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INNOFIL3D LAUNCHES THEIR NEW POLYPROPYLENE ENGINEERING MATERIAL

June 01, 2017

INNOFIL3D LAUNCHES THEIR NEW POLYPROPYLENE ENGINEERING MATERIAL

Innofil3D is now BASF Ultrafuse®. New name, same product.

Innofil3D has released a new material called Polypropylene (PP) for 3D-printing. As of now this engineering material, which is widely used for industrial applications, is going to be available at Shop3D.ca in our next shipment from Innofil within a few weeks.

Properties

Polypropylene or PP is widely known as a solution for automotive applications, (household) appliances and liquid containers.  The main features of this material are:

  • Low density
  • Resistance to fatigue
  • Chemical to resistance
  • Elasticity and toughness
  • Insulation properties

Here is a link to the wonderfully detailed Datasheet provided by Innofil3D.




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