Previously Innofil3D Filament, new name, same high-quality product.
PP is one of the most used materials in the world due to its versatility and ability to engineer lightweight tough parts. The Ultrafuse PP filament enables these solutions to be available for professional 3D-printing.
Ultrafuse PP is a high-performance thermoplastic with low density, high elasticity and high resistance to fatigue. The mechanical properties make it an ideal material for 3D-printing applications that have to endure high stress or strain. The filament has high chemical resistance and a high isolation value. PP is one of the most used materials in the world, due to its versatility and ability to engineer lightweight tough parts.
- Low density (900 kg/m3)
- Chemical resistance
- Resistant to fatigue
- Elasticity and toughness
- Nozzle Temperature: 220- 240°C
- Bed Temperature: 60- 80°C
- Bed Material: PP Tape or PP adhesive
- Nozzle Diameter: ≥ 0.4 mm
- Print Speed: 20 - 50 mm/s
Drying & Storage Recommendations
Ultrafuse PP filament should be stored at 15 -25°C in its original sealed package in a clean and dry environment. Drying should be done with these parameters:
- 60 °C in a hot air dryer or vacuum oven for 4 to 16 hours