PLA Extrafill

It’s a bio-sourced and biodegradable polymer that provides great visual quality and highly detailed printing. Odorless, very easy to print with and available in a wide range of unique colors.
Working temperature: 190–210 °C
Heated bed: 50–60 °C
Available diameters: 1.75 mm and 2.85 mm
Diameter tolerance: +/- 0.05 mm
750 g of filament (+ 230 g spool)
2.5 kg of filament (+ 590 g spool)
The length of the filament:
255 m (1.75 mm, 750 g)
97 m (2.85 mm, 750 g)
840 m (1.75 mm, 2.5 kg)
325 m (2.85 mm, 2.5 kg)

Fillamentum PLA Extrafill is a material for the FFF (also known as FDM) 3D printing technology. 

High quality of printing even in tricky details with excellent lamination. Made of natural ingredients and can be biodegraded by industrial composting. 


  • Good surface quality
  • Easy to work with at high print speeds
  • User-friendly for both home and office environments
  • Ideal for models and prototypes that require aesthetic detail
  • A wide range of color options available
  • High surface hardness
  • Suitable for room-temperature applications
  • Low odor
  • Biodegradable in industrial composter
  • Made of natural ingredients (100% bio-based)
  • Safe to use in electrical and electronic equipment
  • Safe for food contact applications (declaration sent per request)
  • BPA-free, styrene-free

Your PLA Extrafill color choice

PLA Extrafill PLA Crystal Clear Timberfill ® Nonoilen®
Polymer base polyactic acid polyactic acid mixture of biopolymers filled with 15 % of natural fibers polyactic acid and polyhydroxy butyrate blend
Mechanical properties stiff stiff brittle tough
Biodegradability industrial composter (months) industrial composter (months) industrial composter (months) industrial composter, electric composter (90 days)
Temperature resistance without/after annealing 55 / 80 °C 55 / 110 °C 55 / 80 °C 110 / 110 °C
Optical properties yellowish, transparent clear, transparent wood-like, non-translucent yellowish, non-translucent
Moisture sensitive *** ***** **** **
Safe for food-contact applications yes yes no yes
Recyclability Recyclable usually with loss of mechanical properties Recyclable usually with loss of mechanical properties Not recyclable Recyclable, many times without loss of properties
* less sensitive / ***** very sensitive

case study

Company Wibit prints 1:50 models of the water parks! How cool is this? We have interviewed Mr. Harrison, a Chef Designer in the company about his project of designing water parks.

amazing pla extrafill prints