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Lichtechtheit / Lichtbeständigkeit von PLA und ABS Filament

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Hallo zusammen,

für ein neues Projekte würde mich interessieren, wie die Lichtbeständigkeit der

Filamente aus PLA und besonders aus ABS ist. Speziell würde mich die

Lichtbeständigkeit von schwarzem ABS Filament interessieren.

Gibt es bei dem schwarzen ABS Filament Unterschiede je nach Hersteller /


Ich habe bisher mit schwarzem Ultimaker, hiendl und SMART ABS gedruckt, aber

leider noch keine Erfahrungen bezüglich der Lichtechtheit sammeln können.

Wäre die Lichtechtheit sehr ungünstig, wäre das Projekt wohl schon hinfällig.

Frage mich also, was so ein ABS Objekt in der prallen Sonne farbtechnisch so

aushält und wie lange wohl?

Es wäre schön, wenn dazu jemand kommentieren könnte.




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