New-user Friendly & Easy to Print
Bambu PLA Basic is designed to be extremely user-friendly, making it an ideal choice for beginners or those new to 3D printing. What’s more, PLA Basic enables users to achieve high-quality prints consistently, without the need for extensive adjustments or advanced printing settings.
Bambu Lab's PLA filament stands out for its high print speed, and excellent appearance. Experience the benefits of smooth and flawless prints with superior quality that exceeds expectations.
RFID for Intelligent Printing
All printing parameters are embedded in RFID, which can be read through our AMS (Automatic Material System). Load and print! No more tedious setting steps.
|Build Plate||Cool Plate, High Temperature Plate or Textured PEI Plate||Engineering Plate|
|Hotend||All Size / Material||/|
|Glue||Bambu Liquid Glue
PLA Basic Hex Code Table
|Recommended Printing Settings|
|Drying Settings (Blast Drying Oven)||55 °C，8 h|
|Printing and Keeping Container's Humidity||< 20% RH (Sealed, with Desiccant)|
|Nozzle Temperature||190 - 230 °C|
|Bed Temperature (with Glue)||35 - 45 °C|
|Printing Speed||< 300 mm/s|
|Vicar Softening Temperature||57 °C|
|Heat Deflection Temperature||57 °C|
|Melting Temperature||160 °C|
|Melt Index||42.4 ± 3.5 g/10 min|
|Tensile Strength||35 ± 4 MPa|
|Breaking Elongation Rate||12.2 ± 1.8 %|
|Bending Modulus||2750 ± 160 MPa|
|Bending Strength||76 ± 5 MPa|
|Impact Strength||26.6 ± 2.8 kJ/m²|
• For better print results, please reduce the Max volumetric speed from 21 mm³/s to 15 mm³/s when printing PLA Basic Silver/Gold/Bronze.
• Drying PLA Basic is optional. Recommended drying condition is 55 ℃ for 8 hours in a blast drying oven, and 75 ℃ for 12 hours on printer's heatbed. Learn more about filament drying. Please refer to Filament drying cover on WIKI.
What's in the Box:
Filament*1 & Desiccant*1
Instructions*1 & Spool Sticker*1
Print Your Own Spool Now
Bambu Lab 3D printer comes with a spool model. Print Spool Part 1&2 from the build-in files!
Instructions for Printed Spool
When you're finished printing, you will have a wide piece (1x), narrow piece (1x), spacing shim (2x).
Find the locator (a tiny block on the wide piece). Align it with the notch on the inner ring of the filament roll. Insert the wide piece into the filament roll.
Step 1. Insert the narrow piece and align the groove of each piece inside of the spool until it is pushed firmly into the wide piece.
Step 2. Once it is pushed firmly into the wide piece, rotate the narrow piece clockwise until it slides into place and you hear it lock.
Step 1. Make sure the spacing shim is installed inside the spool (under the triangle).
Step 2. Tear apart and pull out the plastic strips.
Learn more about swapping the new filament with Bambu Reusable Spool on Wiki, Click Here.