Zaxe X1 3D Printer
Zaxe PLA and ABS Filament
When choosing filament rolls used in Zaxe X1 3d printer, there are two types of these rolls with two different materials. PLA (Polylactic Acid) is very common in education and health care as well as home use.ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is preferable for industrial and professional printing.
Zaxe PLA Filament
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is a type of organic plastic made of corn starch. Therefore, it is very common in education and health care as well as home use. Using PLA, you can produce many home use products that come in contact with food and drinks. You can also conveniently print creative items and toys for your children. As an organic plastic, it is widely preferred by home users, health care industry and educational institutions. Due to its lower tensile coefficient, it is preferable for larger prints or prints with smaller wall thickness. It is not very convenient for post-printing surface processing or paints.
Zaxe ABS Filament
ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is a petroleum-based plastic. Most common in the plastic industry, ABS can be observed in many products today. It is preferable for industrial and professional printing. Using ABS, you can print interlaced items such as gears and cogwheels, and objects intended for surface processing (i.e. sandpaper, acetonevaporing, drilling and painting). It is a petroleum-based, inorganic plastic that is suitable for professional and high-resolution prints. It has a higher tensile modulus compared to PLA and is not preferable for objects with very thin wall thickness. You can perform any post-printing surface processing. It has higher thermal strength compared to PLA.