PLA Ingeo 850 Filament

SKU: PLA-850-1.75M-WHT-1KG

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Diameter: 1.75 mm
Colour: White
Weight: 1 Kg
Sale price$24.00 USD

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PLA Ingeo 850 Filament is the best option in terms of 3D printing materials, as it has the characteristics of a common PLA, its ease of printing and great adhesion, and also mechanical characteristics very close to ABS such as high impact resistance. These characteristics can be increased if the piece is subjected to a crystallisation process (120°C and 15-20 min) achieving a glass transition temperature of 85°C, very close to that of ABS and an impact resistance 15% higher than that of ABS. Therefore, this PLA Ingeo 850 Filament is suitable for all your 3D printing needs.


PLA INGEO 850, Anti Warping, Non Toxic, Zero Bubble, Smooth Surface


  • FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)
  • FDM (Fused Deposit Modelling)


Density 1.24 g/cm3
Diameter tolerance ± 0.05 mm

Printing advice

Print temperature 195 - 220ºC
Print speed 40 - 100 mm/s
Bed temperature 0 - 50ºC

Technical datasheet

PLA INGEO 850 Filament Technical Datasheet

Security datasheet

PLA Ingeo 850 Filament Security Datasheet

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
JAVIER ESCALADA H7Metrology (Cantabria, Spain)
Sin problemas de impresion

Buen filamento que se imprime muy bien , deseando ver la durabilidad en entornos de bastante calor y humedad , fabricando cubre perfiles que tienen que trabajar en condiciones exigentes,

F.C. (Flanders, Belgium)
PLA ingeo 850

Very good temperatuur resistence , after cristalisation extremele strong but not flexible anymore.
TOP material

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How to print with PETG Filament?

PETG filament is a variant of the widely used PET polymer, its use in 3D printing is booming due to the fact that the ratio between printing difficulty and mechanical characteristics is very good. It is widely used in industry because it is chemically very stable and has a high impact resistance.

How to print with TPU Filament?

TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) filament is the most popular flexible material for 3D printing because of its great versatility. It's high durability and flexibility make it ideal for prototyping and even final products.

How to print with PLA Filament?

PLA (Polylactic acid) filament is the most popular filament due to its ease of use. It is produced from starch from the cultivation of corn, sugar cane or other starch-rich vegetables.

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