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Yellow Elite PLA Filament – 1.75 mm

Yellow Elite PLA Filament – 1.75 mm

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MakeShaper’s Yellow Elite PLA 1.75 mm (E-PLA) filament for 3D printers allows you to make anything. Our E-PLA (Polylactic Acid) is made in the USA and formulated from the 3D870 base resin providing higher impact strength, improved heat resistance, annealable for ultimate strength and improved printability.

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  • Annealing Instructions


MakeShaper’s Yellow Elite PLA 1.75 mm (E-PLA) filament prints with the ease of our standard PLA, but can be heat treated/annealed to increase its temperature and impact resistance giving you stronger prints that surpass ABS. Our E-PLA (Polylactic Acid) is made in the USA providing:

  • Higher impact strength
  • Improved heat resistance
  • Annealable for ultimate strength
  • Improved printability

PLA Settings

  • Optimal Print Temp: 205°-235° C
  • Bed Temperature: 40°-60° C
  • Print Speed: 25-100mm/sec


Spool Sizes10 Kilograms5 Kilograms2.25 Kilograms1 Kilogram650 Grams220 Grams
Hub Diameter (mm)-53.9853.9852.7152.7153.90
Spool Diameter (mm)406.4304.80298.45203.20212152.40
Spool Thickness (mm)390.53184.15117.4873.154035.44

Additional information

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1 Kilogram

Our E-PLA can be subjected to the post-printing annealing processes to improve impact properties and thermal performance.

  • Recommended anneal temperature range: 110⁰C – 120⁰C
  • The annealing process can be completed in an oven or other heat transfer medium…like a hot water bath
  • Annealing time dependent on the wall thickness of the 3D print. We recommend around 20 minutes for a part with 0.125 in” wall.
  • Material can be annealed in water but will result in a longer annealing time unless water is able to reach recommended temperature range.
  • There is potential from the annealing process to cause shrinkage in the print. To determine shrinkage, we recommend measuring the part before and after the annealing process.