Polymaker PolyLite Dual Silk PLA - Aubergine (Silk Lime / Silk Magenta)
Designed for Reliability and Ease of Printing
Polymaker's PolyLite family of 3D printing filament is sourced with only the best raw materials. This ensures incredible quality and reliability, and PolyLite PLA is no different. This easy to print filament is one of the most popular 3D printing materials on the market. It meets your everyday 3D printing needs in modeling, designing, prototyping, and most importantly having fun.
PolyLite PLA is available in a huge variety of exciting colors, including shiny silks. You can even impart the stars into your prints with Polymaker's galaxy colors.
Polymaker's PLA is incredibly easy to print and is also super reliable, incorporating Polymaker's Jam-Free™ technology. PolyLite PLA is also one of the strongest PLA's on the market today. Keep reading to learn more about all the great features of this incredible material.
Don't waste your time fiddling with settings, and get printing right away. Check out our pre-tested print settings below to get started printing with your brand new filament even faster. Some settings may change slightly depending on your 3D printer.
- Hotend Temperature: 190°C - 230°C
- Bed Temperature: 25°C - 60°C
- Print Speed: 40mm/s - 60mm/s
- Fan: On
For Direct Drive Extruders
- Retraction Distance: 1mm
- Retraction Speed: 20mm/s
For Bowden Tube Extruders
- Retraction Distance: 3mm
- Retraction Speed: 40mm/s
(Only if the material has absorbed water)
- 55°C for 6hr
Features of Polymaker PolyLite PLA
Polymaker Jam-Free™ Technology
Polymaker's Jam-Free™ Technology helps prevent your filament from jamming in the nozzle causing nozzle clogs that could potentially ruin you hotend. This technology works by increasing the heat resistance of the filament itself to 140°C. This keeps your nozzle from jamming by reducing the problem of heat creep.
Heat creep is when your hotend heats the filament, and the heat creeps up the filament. This causes melting outside the desired area, known as the melt zone. This leads to your printer pushing more filament into the hotend then it thinks, causing jams.
The increased heat resistance reduces heat creep, allowing you to print without having to worry about nozzle jams.
Note: The increased heat resistance of the filament does not lead to increased heat resistance in the printed part. Final part heat resistance for PolyLite PLA is similar to most PLAs: around 60°C.
Super Rigid PLA
Polymaker PolyLite PLA is based on a PLA manufactured by Natureworks. It has a high molecular weight, making it one of the most rigid PLA filaments on the market. PolyLite has a Young's modulus of 2636 ± 330 MPa (a measure used to represent rigidity). You can check out all of the technical and safety data for PolyLite PLA by clicking on the associated buttons below.
Available in a Huge Variety of Colors
PolyLite PLA is availiable in a wide assortment of colors. You can find any of your tra