1.75mm ReForm™ - rPLA - BLACK, 250 gram
ReForm rPLA profiles are available on the Ultimaker Marketplace. ReForm rPLA is an approved and validated partner material.
Renewed materials only, no virgin fossil- or virgin natural resources used.
All FormFutura packaging is 100% recyclable.
Spooled on sturdy recycled and FSC certified cardboard spools.
Packaged in recycled and climate neutral cardboard boxes.
Reform is the first filament range that is available on industrial-sized cardboard spools.
Unbeatable retail prices for high-end and sustainable filaments.
ReForm is the first filament range that is available on industrial-sized cardboad spools. FormFutura is changing the game for both desktop- and large scale 3D printing. It doesn't matter if you print with 0.25kg sample spools or industrial-sized 4.5 kg spools. You are now assured that your filament comes on a cardboard spool. By that, we strive to keep our (and your) footprint as low as possible.
This 3D printing filament is not only friendly for our ecosystem, but also for your budget. Sustainability does not have to come at a higher retail price. ReForm proofs to be high-end, sustainable and also very affordable. Let’s reform additive manufacturing with ReForm by FormFutura!
General printing guidelines *
|Nozzle size: ≥ 0.15mm||Layer height: ≥ 0.06mm||Adhesive: EasyFix Nr. I|
|Print temp: ± 200 - 215° C||Fan speed: 80 - 100%||Experience level: Beginner|
|Heat bed: ± 50 - 60° C||Enclosure: No|
*) Above displayed settings are meant as guidance to find your optimal print settings. These ranges in settings should work for most printers, but please do feel free to experiment outside these ranges if you think it is suitable for your printer. There are a lot of different type of printers, hot-ends and printer offsets that it is extremely difficult to give an overall one-size-fits-all setting.
|ρ: 1.24 g/cc||0.25 Kg spool||1 Kg spool||2.3 Kg spool||3.5 Kg spool||4.5 Kg spool|
|Ø 1.75mm||± 84m||± 335m||± 771m||± 1173m||± 1509m|
|Ø 2.85mm||± 32m||± 126m||± 291m||± 442m||± 569m|