Magnetic PLA, also known as magnetic filament or magnetic iron PLA, is a unique type of filament used in FDM 3D printing. It is infused with magnetic particles, typically iron or ferrite, which give it magnetic properties. This means that objects printed with magnetic PLA exhibit magnetic attraction and can interact with magnetic fields
One of the main advantages of magnetic PLA is its versatility and ease of use. It can be printed using standard FDM 3D printers without requiring any special modifications. The printing process is similar to regular PLA filament, making it accessible to a wide range of users.
Magnetic PLA finds applications in various fields. It is popular in educational settings for creating interactive learning tools and models. The magnetic properties allow students to explore concepts related to magnetism and magnetic forces in a hands-on manner.
Magnetic PLA can be used to create interactive educational models, such as magnetic puzzles or learning aids. The magnetic properties allow for hands-on exploration and manipulation of the printed objects.
Magnetic PLA can be used to create components for magnetic sensors and actuators. These components can be incorporated into devices like proximity sensors, magnetic switches, or magnetic grippers.
Magnetic PLA can be utilized in the production of robotics and electronics components. It can be used to create magnetic brackets, mounts, or enclosures for electronic devices or robotic systems.
Magnetic PLA is useful for prototyping and tooling applications. It enables the creation of magnetic prototypes, jigs, or fixtures that can be used in manufacturing or assembly processes.
Magnetic PLA provides an artistic and creative opportunity for artists and designers. It allows for the fabrication of magnetic sculptures, artwork, or decorative objects that exhibit magnetic properties.
Magnetic PLA can be used to fabricate magnetic games or toys. This includes magnetic building blocks, puzzles, or magnetic chess sets.
|Flexural Strength||80 MPa|
|Tensile Strength||48 MPa|
|Elongation at Break||31%|
|Standard Tolerance||+/- 0.1 mm|
|Layer Thickness||±0.3 mm|
|Density||1.8 g/cm³ (1800 kg/m³)|