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Add:North HT-PLA

About The Materials 

Materials Documentations

Our HT-PLA is made of a new modified grade of PLA. This gives the filament higher impact strength and heat resistance than regular PLA but is still as easy to print with. 

Thanks to the unique crystallization of this new PLA material, you can with the help of using post-print annealing, get additional heat resistance as well as durability for even stronger parts. 

Suitable for dimensionally demanding and tough functional prototypes that need to withstand high temperatures.

Annealing recommendations: 110C for 20-30 minutes is usually enough, and will give your part a temp resistance of 90C+ and a much stronger layer bonding. 

All filaments from add:north are manufactured in Sweden, resulting in less variations in temperature and humidity during deliveries.

The spool is delivered vacuum sealed.

* New modified grade of PLA

* Higher impact strength

* Higher heat resistance


Diameter tolerance: ±0.025mm

Spool size:

   140 x 54 x 44 mm (100 - 250 g)

   200 x 52 x 55 mm (500 - 1000 g)

   200 x 52 x 66 mm (1000 g Economy lines)

   300 x 52 x 102 mm (1500 - 2300 g)

   350 x 52 x 100 mm (5000g)

Weight filament: 2300g

Weight empty spool:

   110 g (100 - 250 g)

   215 g (500 - 1000 g)

   235 g (1000 g Economy lines)

   545 g (1500 - 2300 g)

   785 g (5000g)

Working temperature: 60°C (90-100°C when baked in oven)


Silicone free: Yes

Biobased: Yes

Print temperature: 200-230 °C

Biodegradable: Yes

Wear resistance: Medium

Chemical resistance: Medium

Hygroscopy: Medium


Density: 1.23-1.25

UV resistance: Medium

Bed temperature: No (or up to 60 °C)

[Print Guide]


200-230 degrees in the nozzle and up to 60 degrees on the build plate. There are two primary factors influenced by the temperature: 

* Layer adhesion. Layer adhesion increases with increased temperature. It is usually good for bed adhesion to also print the first layer a bit warmer than the rest of the model, on the nozzle as well as the print bed.

* Flow. With increased temperature, the flow increases (the viscosity decreases). This may have to be compensated with a somewhat increased retraction distance and retraction speed. Conversely, low-temp prints needs a bit less retraction. Always try to use as little retraction (distance and speed) as possible, so it just prevents the stringing you want to get rid of. This is especially important if you print with all-metal hotends. 

We recommend you to print a temptower when first using a new material, to find the sweetspot of your printer. 

[Cheat Sheet] -Request the file from us 

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