PLA Ingeo 870 Filament

SKU: PLA-870-1.75M-GRY-1KG

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Diameter: 1.75 mm
Colour: Grey
Weight: 1 Kg
Sale price$28.00 USD

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Introducing the PLA Ingeo 870 Filament – a high-performance polymer developed specifically for 3D printing of technical and functional parts. This filament stands out mainly for its ease of printing and high strength, but its key feature is the improvement of its properties after undergoing the crystallization process (120°C and 15-20 min). After this post-processing, the piece has a thermal resistance almost equal to ABS, over 85°C and an impact resistance 200% higher than that of the same piece made with ABS filament. So, if you're looking for a high-performance filament that is easy to use, then the PLA Ingeo 870 Filament is the ideal choice for you!


PLA INGEO 870, Anti Warping, Non Toxic, Zero Bubble, Smooth Surface


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


Density 1.22 g/cm3
Diameter tolerance ± 0.05 mm

Printing advice

Print temperature 195 - 230ºC
Print speed 40 - 100 mm/s
Bed temperature 0 - 70ºC

Technical datasheet

PLA INGEO 870 Filament Technical Datasheet

Security datasheet

PLA INGEO 870 Filament Security Datasheet

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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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