EasyWood is a wood-filled PLA-based filament which is gravimetrically filled with approximately 40% grinded wood particles.
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EasyWood is a very easy to print wood filament as it is based on our EasyFil PLA compound and the 40% gravimetrical filling with grinded wood particles make the filament absolutely warp-free. EasyWood looks, feels and smells like real wood and beautiful wood-nerve structures can be obtained by grinding the printed object a bit with a piece of fine grit sandpaper or by varying with the printing temperature
|Nozzle size: ≥ 0.4mm||Layer height: ≥ 0.2mm||Flow rate: ± 104%|
|Print temp: ± 210 - 240° C||Print speed: Low||Retraction: Yes ± 5mm|
|Heat bed: ± 0 - 60° C||Fan speed: 50-100%||Experience level: Beginner|
|ρ: 1.20 g/cc||50 gr coil||0.5 Kg spool||2.3 Kg spool|
|Ø 1.75mm||± 17.3m||± 173m||797m|
|Ø 2.85mm||± 6.5m||± 65m||300m|
When printing with filled/composite filaments it is recommended to clean your nozzle immediately after printing by feeding 15-20cm PLA filament through your nozzle. This will make sure that any potential fillers are flown out of your nozzle. It is even better to use glow in the dark PLA as the extremely hard phosphorous particles are much more likely to scrape out residual waste from your nozzle.
|HS Code: 39169090||Description: Monofilament||Country of origin: the Netherlands|
This filament is compliant to below listed directives and regulations.
• RoHS directive 2011/65/EC
• REACH directive 1907/2006/EC
EasyWood™ looks, feels and smells like real wood. EasyWood™ is a unique mixture of 40% grinded wood particles in combination with the modified and proven easy-to-print binding polymers used for our EasyFil™ PLA filaments. This extraordinary blend has resulted in a high-end and unsurpassed “easy to print” wooden filament. You can obtain a beautiful wood-nerve structure in your EasyWood™ printed objects by grinding it a little bit with a piece of fine grit sandpaper. By grinding your printed object a bit you will highlight the relief, or rough edges/surfaces, of your printed object with different shades of the respective wood colour.
|Properties||Typical value||Test Method||Test condition|
|Specific gravity||1.20 g/cc||ASTM D1505||-|
|Melt flow rate||4.5 g/10min||-||-|
|Impact strength||7.1 KJ/m²||-||-|
|Tensile strength||71 Mpa (MD)||ASTM D882||-|
|Tensile modulus||1930 Mpa (MD)||ASTM D882||-|
|Elongation at break||171% (MD)||ASTM D882||-|
|Flexural strength||± 59.6 Mpa||-||-|
|Flexural modulus||± 2583.9 Mpa||-||-|
|Print temperature||± 200 - 240° C||-||-|
|Melting temperature||± 145 ± 10° C||-||-|
|Viscat softening temp.||± 46° C||ISO 306||-|