Polylactic Acid – PLA
Easy to print material, easy to model (product finish), hard, not resistant to external conditions (only with sufficiently thick finishing materials), the material is most common for printing because of its ease of printing and price.
Corn-based thermoplastic polymer. The most common material in the industry, environmentally friendly and biodegradable. This is the most preferred material, as it allows the user easier machining work.
PLA is a hard but fragile material.
In outdoor conditions, the corners sometimes warp (depending on the thickness and heat).
195-220 degrees to the top of the printer (Diza)
Work surface temperature – 60 degrees.
Nozzle working temperature: 210 degrees, when the nozzle is not steel (less good thermal conductivity) if 10 degrees higher.
In a very large product (about 100 hours of printing) it is recommended to add glue and lower the bed heat