Professional-grade 3D printer filament makes every creative endeavor stronger and more beautiful.
Whether you're a student, engineer or artist looking to expand their medium, Titan 3D printer filament is crafted to help you take your innovative concepts and bring them into the world. Made with PLA bioplastic derived from corn, Titan 3D Printer Filament is made for every Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) on the market, giving you more range and versatility in the classroom, the office and with home 3D printers.
Precision Filament Means Flawless Printing
Boasting a 1.75mm diameter and +/- tolerance of 0.03, our ecofriendly filament is made from pure recycled raw materials without the use of a plasticizer. And because we offer 10 fantastic colors, we can help you create a colorful world of your own.
True Printing Versatility
Our premium printer filaments are perfect for designers, engineers, and students alike; truly anyone who values innovation and precision crafting. When you need high-quality designs that stand up to heat and your bold visions, choose Titan 3D Printer Filament and make your 3D project one of a kind.
Compatibility:MakerBot, RepRap, LeapFrog, Flash Forge, Printrbot, LulzBot, DeltaWASP, Witbox, Zortrax, Solidoodle, TutularBot, and most desktop 3D printers on the market.
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PRECISION DIAMETER - Titan 3D filament is a PLA bioplastic finely-tuned to 1.75mm for crisp, clean printing and stronger layered bonding.
SPOOL COILING TECHNOLOGY - Avoid breakage during the printing process thanks to our advanced spoiling process that reduces deformed, tangled filament, clear Spool.
VERSATILE MODELING - Titan 3D printing filaments are confirmed to work with all Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printers available today.
ECOFRIENDLY MATERIALS - Crafted with corn bioplastic, Titan 3D printer filament is plasticizer free, making it safe for classroom or home use.
VIBRANT COLORS - We offer spools in 10 high-quality colors with temperature ranges of 190-210C. Art projects and engineering models never looked so amazing!
Physical Properties DURA™ Characteristic Effects Melting Point (°C) 155 Polymer melting temperature Diameter Tolerances (mm) ± 0.05 Variation in filament size Ovality (mm) 0.04 Difference between two diameters measured across the filament’s profile Density (g/cm3) 1.29 Density of filament material Melt Flow Index (195°C) 12.5 Viscosity of filament in molten state Tensile Strength at Yield (MPa) 29 The force required to deform Tensile Elongation at Yield (%) 18 The amount of stretching before deforming Tensile Modulus (MPa) 2754 The rigidity or resistance to stretching Toughness (J) 0.68 The amount of energy required to deform Failure Mode Ductile Type of failure experienced at deformation Heat Deformation Temp (°C) 120 Temperature at which a part will begin to deform after being post annealed Volatile Compounds Detected 6 Number of identified compounds released during 3D printing Volatiles with Toxicity Concerns ≤ 1 Number of identified compounds with a toxic health hazard rating according to GHS exceeding the exposure threshold *Dependent on manufacturer Presence fluctuates and not present in food grade certified resin (available by special order)
3D Printing Tips • To achieve the best performance, store DURA™ filament in a cool, dry place as it can absorb moisture from the air, and long-term exposure to high humidity conditions can compromise almost any filament quality and performance. • Print in an area with good airflow, low humidity and minimal temperature fluctuations. • Be sure your build plate is level, clean and oil-free before printing. DURA™ filament adheres well to glass or plastic and does not require a heated build plate or heated chamber like ABS filament. • If your machine does have a heated build plate, we do advise using it for larger prints set at a temperature of 60°C, and if your machine has a fan, we recommend using it for most prints. • It is recommended to use a water based glue stick before starting prints to ensure the first layer of the print sticks to the plate. • This filament will run best at an extrusion temperature of 175-195°C (2.85mm filament usually prints at the higher end of this range). • If prints appear stringy lower temp in 5°C increments until your prints appear satisfactory. • For more stability and a higher quality print, consider experimenting with infills of 10-35% as well as print speeds of 50-100 mm/s. Reduce layer height to 0.10mm. • For prints with curvatures, it is recommended to turn on rafts and supports in your settings.