Metal Bronze Composite PLA 1.75mm 750g

Metal Bronze Composite PLA 1.75mm 750g
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Metal Bronze Composite PLA 1.75mm 750g

Filament Brand: FilaPrint
Filament Type: PLA
Filament Colour: Bronze
Filament Diameter: 1.75mm
Filament Weight: 750gms



Metal Bronze Composite PLA 1.75mm 750g

FilaPrint Metal PLA is an 80% bronze filled filament which is easy to print, sand & polish, with the ability create the most beautiful objects with real METAL characteristics, such as a 3 x higher weight than PLA, a METAL feel & touch and thermo-conductivity.

Due to the high percentage of fillers FilaPrint Metal Bronze PLA has virtually no shrinkage, plus a special lubricant increases the flow and prevents FilaPrint Bronze to adhere to the nozzle.

Finally all above positives combined with the correct hardness results in a filament that can be printed on almost every type of FDM 3d printer available on the market with retraction enabled on nozzles ≥0.35 mm.

Bronze 3D Printed Budda


  • Approx. 80% bronze content

  • PLA-based, 3 times heavier
  • Metal feel & “cold” touch
  • Excellent printability on both direct & Bowden style 3D printers
  • Processing additive added for easy & reliable printing
  • Quick & easy polishing and other post-processing
  • Possibility to print with retraction
  • Works on nozzles ≥0.35 mm

Additional Info:

FilaPrint Metal Bronze PLA can be printed without a heated bed, but if  utilising a heated bed the recommended temperature is ± 35-60˚C.

Storage: Cool and dry (15-25˚C) and away from UV light. This enhances the shelf life significantly. FilaPrint Metal Bronze PLA can be used on all common desktop FDM or FFF technology 3D printers.

* Please consider the use of a hardened steel nozzle when printing with this filament as the bronze powder filler  makes the filament abrasive and will result in fast wear of regular brass nozzles.
* Please have a look at the printing, post-processing & other PDF documents for further tips & tricks.

Storage: Cool and dry (15-25˚C) and away from UV light, this will enhance the shelf life significantly.


Test method

Typical value

Printing temp


195 - 220˚C

Melting temp.

ISO 294

195˚C ± 10˚C

Melting point

ASTM D3418


Vicat softening temp.

ISO 306

± 65˚C


Test method

Typical value

Specific gravity

ISO 1183

3,39 g/cc



Yield Stress (50mm/min)

ISO 527


Strain at break (50mm/min)

ISO 527


Tensile (E) modulus (1mm/min)

ISO 527


Impact strength, Izod unnotched 23˚C

ISO 180/A

11,3 KJ/m2


ø tolerance



ø 0,05mm