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IMPACT PLA Fiberlogy




IMPACT PLA offers properties that are similar or better than those of ABS filaments while keeping the ease and security of the printing process typical of traditional PLA. This technical filament ensures increased resistance to cracking and breaking due to its high impact strength and a higher resistance to high temperatures. With these properties, IMPACT PLA is ideal for creating demanding prints working in extreme conditions while maintaining the highest level of attention to detail.

IMPACT PLA is a tried and tested filament for printing functional prototypes and large heavy-duty tools.


  • increased impact strength compared to PLA (up to 800%) and ABS (up to 50%)

  • parameters exceeding the ABS

  • precise reproduction of details

  • very good adhesion



  • TOYS OR THEIR ELEMENTS: blocks, works or parts thereof, car parts

  • PROTOTYPES: tools, conceptual models, switching parts, mechanical parts, elements requiring resistance to higher temperatures

  • SPARE PARTS: elements of machines, devices, vehicles, electronic equipment

  • TOOLS OR THEIR ELEMENTS: gears, racks, elements requiring high strength

  • READY PRODUCTS: containers, handles

  • TOYS OR THEIR ELEMENTS: blocks, robots or their parts, car parts



  • net weight : 0.85 kg

  • print temperature: 220-245°C

  • bed temperature: 50-70°C  (when using plates or other means to increase the adhesion, the heating of the bed is not required)

  • diameter tolerance: +/- 0.02 mm

  • oval tolerance: +0.01 mm


Filament of the fiberlogy company from a recognized producer of filaments dedicated to 3d printers in    FFF / FDM technology. High precision of workmanship and the use of excellent quality raw materials allows the use of this filament in 3d printers of the most reliable brands such as ULTIMAKER, MAKERBOT, ZORTRAX, PRUSA i3 / i4, XYZprinting, UP, SHAREBOT kiwi and many more...

DIAMETER AND NET WEIGHT                                        COLOURS

1.75 mm - 0.85kg

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