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    Cutting & Drilling Materials Wallchart

    This Cutting & Drilling Materials poster is a colourful and engaging wall chart that teaches school pupils about different types of saws and drills as well as how to use them safely. Some of the saws featured on the wall chart include a rip saw, a tenon saw, a hacksaw, a coping saw, a jigsaw and a band saw. Drills shown include the power drill and pillar drill plus multiple commonly used drill bits.

    The poster's expert-approved information explains in plain English every aspect of this challenging Design and Technology topic. Alongside each value-stuffed information block is an attractive, relevant image which makes the fascinating topic of cutting and drilling materials easy to take in and recall. The poster's large A1 size, appealing design and visual colour palette make it a great addition to any Design and Technology learning environment.
    SKU: WC DT058
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    Ultimaker PLA 2.85mm Range

    The Ultimaker PLA (polylactic acid) filament is the ultimate solution for a no-hassle 3D printing. It is reliable and delivers good surface quality. The PLA is made from organic and renewable sources and has various eye-catching colours and compounds to achieve the right filament for your print. Ultimaker PLA is made from starch, a biodegradable and odourless filament that is ideal for 3D models and prototyping at home. This product is 750g in weight.

  • Allows the creation of high-resolution parts
  • Easy to work with at high print speeds
  • Good surface quality
  • Good tensile strength
  • Great for lost casting methods to create metal parts
  • Ideal for models and prototypes that require aesthetic detail
  • It has a 2.85mm diameter
  • Prints in dual extrusion with PVA on Ultimaker 3
  • User-friendly for both home and office environments

  • Note: PLA is the preferred choice for primary and secondary schools because it is safe and easy to print