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Antibacterial TPU Filament - Spool of 750g
® antibacterial filaments with biocidal properties for 3D printing. It prevents the development of viruses and bacteria, making this material suitable for printing protection or sanitary ware.
Made of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU). Available in white and natural colours.
Ø1.75 mm Hardness:
90A Sale unit:
250 g, 500 g or 1 kg spools.
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More information about antibacterial TPU filaments for 3D printers
Suitable for printing flexible 3D accessories such as mask holders, ear savers, door openers, and many more.
You can also use this material to make splints, prostheses, and other elements used to treat injuries.
Its composition helps prevent the formation of fungus, bacteria, and other microorganisms on the surface of printed pieces.
Semi-rigid structure for easy printing and a soft finish.
Natural-coloured filaments have a translucent appearance, with a slight amber colour.
Similar to PLA filaments in extrusion temperatures, but with a higher compressive and tensile strength.
Suitable for 3D printers with direct or Bowden extrusion systems.
100% recyclable filament,
non-toxic, with food-grade certification. This material is safe to use by children. Delivered in a cardboard box, vacuum packed and wound on clear plastic spools.
TECHNICAL DETAILS (*)
215 - 235ºC
Hot bed temperature
0 - 40ºC
3.5 - 6.5 mm
0.9 - 1.2 mm
(*) Guide values. We recommend experimenting with your 3D printer to find the most appropriate parameters.
0.25 kg 0.5 kg
040103 - White
040105 - White
040107 - Natural
040104 - Natural
040106 - Natural
040108 - White
Spool + filament weight
16 x 6 x 16 cm
21.5 x 6.5 x 20.5 cm
21.5 x 6.5 x 20.5 cm
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND
TPU is a material prone to absorb moisture. When this happens, the filament can make bubbles or creaks when printing.
To remove moisture, you can use any of the following strategies:
Leave the filament in a closed room with a dehumidifier for
24 hours. Place the filament in an oven for
2 hours at a temperature of 60°C.
STORAGE & PRESERVATION
Filaments tend to absorb moisture from the environment, leading to problems during printing or finishing. For this reason, it is important to keep the relative humidity value between
10-15%. Moisture may cause the filament to degrade, clogging the extruder and varying it’s physical and mechanical properties.
To keep the filament in good condition, it needs to be stored and dried correctly.
The filament must be stored in airtight containers, preferably vacuum packed. You can use zip bags with silica gel beads, vacuum-sealed bags or food containers with a vacuum seal.
There are many techniques to remove moisture, including:
Conventional methods such as drying the filament in a home oven or a food dehydrator. At low temperatures for long periods of time.
Professional ways such as using a filament dryer.
The useful life of a filament can vary according to different factors. That is why it is important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for drying and storage parameters.