Spectrum PLA Pro is a material based on modified PLA dedicated to the manufacturing of filaments for 3D printing.
The filament is created by reusing the recycled extrusion residual waste stream.
An unquestionable advantage of Spectrum PLA Premium is a very low processing shrinkage. Thus, it is particularly useful for large-size 3D printers without a closed build-in chamber.
Spectrum PLA Glitter to materiał na bazie PLA domieszkowany drobinkami o wysokim połysku.
The matte finish of printed items considerably improves their aesthetic properties and also minimises the visibility of layers on the side surfaces of printed items.
Spectrum PLA MATT is a PLA-based material with a chemical composition modified so that it would be possible to obtain matte surfaces of printed object.
Spectrum PLA Glow in the Dark is a PLA-based filament blended with a concentrated phosphorescent pigment which causes the phosphorescence effect.
SILK Filament is a PLA-based material for additive manufacturing with colour concentrates which imparts the satin texture effect to printed items.
PLA Carbon is a modified, PLA-based filament blended with carbon fibers which contributes to a considerably higher rigidity, hardness and tensile resistance, while retaining low shrinkage and very good adhesion to build platforms typical for the pure PLA.
Tough like ABS, easy to print like PLA
Spectrum PLA Thermoactive is a filament based on pure PLA blended with a thermochromic pigment. Due to this extremely original addition, additive manufactured items change their colour according to the temperature.
Spectrum PLA Stone Age filament is a series of PLA-based material with admixtures to obtain an imitation of “stony” structure of printed items.
The specific qualities of Spectrum Smart ABS include a high impact resistance and relatively high rigidity. “Smart” version demonstrates improved processing parameters which considerably reduce the difficulties which accompany the additive manufacturing using the standard ABS.
ASA 275 is a material resistant to UV radiation and other weather conditions.
Major advantage provided by Spectrum PET-G Premium are the virtually zero shrinkage rate and low absorption of moisture as compared to other thermoplastics used for FDM/FFF 3D printing.
Spectrum PET-G Carbon is a modified, PET-G-based filament blended with carbon fibres which contributes to a considerably higher rigidity, hardness and tensile resistance, while retaining low shrinkage and very good adhesion to build platforms typical for the pure PET-G.
Spectrum PET-G Glow in the Dark is a PET-G-based filament blended with a concentrated phosphorescent pigment which causes the phosphorescence effect.
Spectrum PET-G Glitter is a material doped with high gloss flitter particles based on Premium PET-G.
Spectrum ABS Kevlar is a structural composite filament based on ABS with the addition of aramid fibers, commonly known as Kevlar. The demand for properties better than those offered by standard ABS, for durability and for increased tensile strength set in motion actions aimed at combining the very good properties of ABS with aramid fibers.
The applied modifications led to reduced shrinkage, excellent adhesion to work platforms and reduced material density, which means that the printed elements are slightly lighter than their counterparts made with standard ABS. The excellent dimensional stability makes it possible to 3D print objects with accurate dimensions, which is especially important for projects consisting of multiple parts.
ABS GP450 exhibits much higher mechanical strength than other similar materials available on the market.
Filament Spectrum Medical ABS is a highest-quality material designed specifically for medical applications.
Due to its properties, Spectrum PC/PTFE filament is a material for a wide range of industrial applications. Materials printed using the PC/PTFE filament can be machined for a perfectly smooth surface.
Spectrum PP features high flexibility (ultimate elongation – 500%) and high impact resistance plus reduced moment of inertia as compared to metal parts.
A major feature of the PA6 Neat is its increased mechanical strength as compared to other plastics.
Parts made of Spectrum PA6 Neat BK allow for long-term operation at elevated temperatures up to 120°C (20.000h) and up to 160°C for a short-time operation (max. 200h), while maintaining sufficient mechanical properties.
The Spectrum PA6 CS20 FR V0 filament is a new flame-resistant construction material based on polycaprolactam. The applied ceramic fillers enhance thermal stability without causing problems with processing.
Its specific property is a low impact of moisture, high temperature resistance and good electrical insulation properties as compared to unmodified PA6 or PA66.
The filaments specific quality is the moisture absorption reduced by half and the water absorption time is four times lower than that of the pure PA6.
Parts made of Spectrum PET-G FX120 filament exhibit high chemical resistance, temperature resistance, and can be steam sterilized.
Spectrum PET-G FR V0 is a new halogen-free, flame-resistant 3D printing material based on the ever-popular PET-G.
PET-G HT100 does not contain styrene and is chemical resistant. Excellent dimension stability allows printing with accurate dimensions, which is particularly important for projects consisting of many different elements.
It is the easiest-to-print material filled with carbon fibre on the market and shows much better temperature and mechanical properties than PET-G based materials.
Spectrum HIPS–X is a support material designed for additive manufacturing for FDM/FFF technology. It is usually used as support for components manufactured with ABS, where HIPS-X supports are dissolved in the citric acid solution (D–Limonene) upon completion of the manufacturing process.
The improved cohesiveness of the Spectrum PA6 Low Warp material allows for a significant reduction of “curling” effect (especially at the corners of the printed model).
Spectrum S-Flex 98A is a filament based on a thermoplastic polyether polyurethane. In the area of additive manufacturing, S-Flex 98A is a material characterized by a relatively easy and failure-free 3D printing process.
Parts made of Spectrum S-Flex 85A are characterized by very high resistance to hydrolysis (a kind of degradation caused by the presence of water), good recyclability and very good resistance to dynamic forces.
Spectrum S-Flex 90A is a filament designed for 3D printing, which enables you to manufacture flexible items in a much simpler way than with other materials of this type.
Spectrum WOOD is a material designed for 3D printing based on pure PLA blended with natural wood particles.
Spectrum Group, in cooperation with its partners, is producing aluminum oxide in different degrees of purity: standard quality which covers the majority of all possible applications and very high purity for special applications.
Spectrum Group, in cooperation with its partners, is producing 3 mole-% yttrium stabilized ZrO2. Amongst the typical materials of high performance ceramics ZrO2 possesses the highest density with 6.05 g/cm3. It is available in different colors: crème, white, black, red, blue and green. The organics content of the filament amounts to ca. 14 mass-%.