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Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temp: 190°C – 220°C (374℉~ 428 ℉)Heated Bed Temp: 25°C – 60°C (77℉~ 140℉)Dimensional Accuracy 99% Probability +/- 0.03mmDimensional Accuracy 98% Probability +/- 0.02mmPrinting Speed: 40~90 mm/s (2400mm~5600 mm/min)Filaments Net Weight: 1 kg (2.2 lbs) Good toughness Extrude smooth lines
Our brand was founded in 2019. The founder of the brand is a scholar who loves 3D printing. In order to be able to print better models, with over 8 years’ 3D filaments R & D experience, we decide to turn our professional experience and large-scale production capacity into quality and economical products and let all people enjoy printing together.
Shakespeare once said: What’s past is prologue, thus OVERTURE was established.
Density : 1.16 – 1.25 (g/cm3 at 21.5˚C) Tensile strength (X-Y) : 46.6 ± 0.9 (MPa) Tensile strength (Z) : 43.5 ± 3.1 (MPa) Elongation at break (X-Y) : 1.9 ± 0.2 (%) Bending modulus : 3283 ± 132 (MPa) Bending strength : 85.1 ± 2.9 (MPa) Charpy impact strength : 2.7 ± 0.2 (kJ/m2) Young’s modulus (X-Y)：2636 ± 330 (MPa)
Here is a introduction of printing project from our customer
They designed a pavilion using Digital fabrication methods. The method they chose was 3d printing with thermoplastics (for example: OVERTURE White PLA Filament).
The entire structure was put together with 50 3d printed connections (nodes) with 254 plywood members that spanned between each node. In total they used about 6 different printers, 13,354 grams of filament were used and there was a total of 1,501 hours of printing. The entire pavilion gets bolted together in about 2 days and then a string element gets woven through the pavilion.
The pavilion was designed to be walked through, drawing you in through expansion and contraction. As you enter you are greeted by this big vast opening which then shrinks around you when walking to the center, then when exiting you are drawn out again through the end opening up again. Another element that played a key part was the string. When standing in the center of the pavilion you are not only at the smallest part of the pavilion but the string element is woven in such a way that its almost like its spinning around you.
Yoni Comhaire, Gabriela Boroweic are seperately the fifth year architecture student at Virginia Tech and graduate architecture student at Virginia Tech.
They designed a pavilion using Digital fabrication methods. The method they chose was 3d printing with thermoplastics (example: White PLA Filament)
Suggested Printing Temp
190°C – 220°C 230°C- 250°C 190°C – 220°C 190°C – 200°C 200°C – 220°C 210°C – 230°C
1.16 – 1.25 (g/cm3 at 21.5˚C) 1.24 (g/cm3 at 21.5˚C) 1.32 ±0.1 (g/cm3 at 21.5˚C) 1.2 (g/cm3 at 21.5˚C) 1.16 – 1.25 (g/cm3 at 21.5˚C) 1.19 – 1.24 (g/cm3 at 21.5˚C)
Charpy impact strength
2.7 ± 0.2 (kJ/m2) 5.1 ± 0.3 (kJ/m2) 5.66 ±0.44 (kJ/m2) 13.4 ± 1.2 (kJ/m2) 2.7 ± 0.2 (kJ/m2)
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