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White PLA filament 1kg

Is it for me?

PLA is the most commonly used filament. It’s easy to print, and a very strong material. The perfect choice for printing large objects thanks to its low thermal expansion (little to no warping) and for printing tiny parts because of its low melting temperature. Only this material is proven for 50 microns layer height.

PLA has a relatively low melting temperature of about 175 degrees Celsius. Unlike so-called thermoset materials, PLA can be heated past its melting point multiple times with very little degradation. It’s also very hard material, but that also means it’s somewhat brittle, and once it breaks, it likes to shatter.

However, PLA is not a perfect material and, just like every other plastic, has some disadvantages. The low melting temperature also means low-temperature resistance. Parts start to lose mechanical strength at temperatures over 60 °C.

The combination of having low-temperature resistance and low UV-resistance means that it’s not ideal for outdoor use. Also, PLA is only soluble in chemicals like chloroform or hot benzene. So when connecting multiple pieces, you’re better off using just glue.

Even though PLA is on its own food safe, we do not suggest to repeatedly drink or eat from your 3D prints. Because of the small fractures on the print surface, bacteria can build up in there over time. You can prevent this by applying a food-safe coating. When post-processing PLA, it’s better to use wet sanding. Without water you'll quickly start heating the plastic by friction, it will melt locally and make it hard to keep sanding.

Printing Setup

Nozzle 215 °C
Heatbed 50-60 °C

Basic Attributes

Easy to print Brittle
Can print tiny parts Low temperature resistance
Can print huge objects Difficult post-processing
Hard and tough    
Low warping    


This PLA is proudly made in the Czech Republic.

1.75 mm filament is manufactured with precision of +- 0.05 mm

We reserve the right to ship weights +/- 5% due to packaging variations.

Before printing, make sure the surface of heatbed is clean as described in 3D Printing Handbook.


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Padalko Georgy
Padalko Georgy10 months ago

(March 2022) So far I didn't have _any_ problems with this filament except a slight over-extrusion that is easily fixed by the extrusion multiplier. I used it to print multiple hook, caps, stands, etc. and all of them came out great. In fact I'm having much better experience with this one that with Prusament Signal White PETG (I know PETG is more tricky, but still). I use default Prusa PLA profile for it (Not "Prusament", but "Prusa"!) Ordering my 2nd roll right now.

Gericke Fabian11 months ago

Took me a while to set up the proper cura profile for this one - basicly like any other filament. However, once set up I was able to print everything smoothly. After proper setup no issues with warping or adhesion. Would recommend this one, Prusament is among my most favourite filaments out there now.

Vennemeyer Matthew3 years ago

I have printed about 5 rolls of this white PLA, primarily for anatomy (bone) and lamp shades. It had printed great, and has a nice matte finish, not glossy at all.

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