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Carbon Captured PETG/PLA Filament
Carbon Captured PETG/PLA Filament
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Carbon Captured PETG/PLA Filament

$39.99
    DESCRIPTION

    Carbon Captured PETG Filament: Developed for robust durability, this soft-touch, stain-black material offers a wide processing window while delivering favourable dimensional stability. 


    Derived from captured CO2 and 5% recycled carbon, this filament is the first of a new collection of engineering-grade filaments co-developed with Carbon Upcycling Technologies. 

    • High-speed printing (~>100mm/s)
    • 5% recycled carbon

    Recommend using 0.5mm or larger print heads.

    Available in different grades with Canadian Filaments

     

    Carbon Captured PLA Filament: Recommended for light load-bearing parts and everyday prints, this matte black PLA delivers high-impact strength and desirable stiffness. Its advanced cooling properties enable high-speed printing at ~>100mm/s without stringing. 


    Derived from captured CO2 and 7% recycled carbon, this filament is the first of a new collection of engineering-grade filaments co-developed with Carbon Upcycling Technologies 

    • 3.4 GPa Tensile Modulus
    • 48 MPa Tensile Strength @ yield
    • 48 kJ/m2 notched impact strength
    • High-speed printing (~>100mm/s)
    • 7% recycled carbon


    Recommend using 0.5mm or larger print heads.

    Available in different grades with Canadian Filaments.

    MATERIAL & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    Weight: 1 KG
    Diameter: 1.75 mm
    Material: PLA +/-0.03
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    Environmentally friendly, high quality filament in Alberta, Canada.

    We chose to tackle some of the greatest flaws we found in the business after 6 years of working with 3D printing. These problems included needless plastic waste from plastic spools, low quality filaments on the market, and the carbon footprint of shipping thousands of kilograms of filament from China to Canada. Our solution to these issues was to become Alberta's first 3D printing filament manufacturer, as well as the first to offer cardboard spools to support industry sustainability.

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