Recycled PLA 3D850 Filament - 1.75mm - 1KG

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SKU: 15-A3-0056 Barcode: 7512346123
Regular price $24.95 CAD

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3d filament net weight MATERIAL NET WEIGHT: 1KG
Custom sizes may be available, contact us for details.
3d print settings PRINT SETTINGS: SEE BELOW.
Print settings listed in the product description below.
Contact us to inquire about documentation availability.

Our new recycled PLA 3D850 filament is yet another step toward creating more sustainable 3D printing and reducing its environmental impact.

Recycled PLA 3D850 is made from a mixture of PLA scraps as well as residual waste accumulated during the manufacturing process of our popular TRUE FOOD SAFE PLA while ensuring that original material properties are not compromised.; so it prints and feels just like our original True Food Safe PLA filament!

The main differentiating features of the 3D850 grade are:

  • Fast crystallization and higher flow rate for faster printing with less distortion 
  • Higher Rigidity
  • Annealable for high heat resistance

Because we use a variety of random PLA colors in the recycling mixture, each spool will have a slightly different color shade. Most spools result in dark shades of Grey/Green/Purple/Brown/Blue or similar.

Our Recycled PLA is a great choice for those who are looking for a low cost, high quality and a more environmentally sustainable material solution for everyday printing and prototyping.

Rest assured that this filament is manufactured to the same high quality standards as our non-recycled PLA version. Material properties, consistency, tolerances and tests are all monitored and verified as with any of our standard products.

3d printing temperature guideline Printing


210°C ±5
  • PLA should be printed with a heated print bed set to 55°C - 60°C
  • A good quality glue stick should be used for proper bed adhesion on most bed surfaces.
  • If excessive stringing occurs, the materials may need to be dried in a dehydrator.
  • First layer nozzle temperature usually 5°C-10°C higher than subsequent layers.