PP filament by BASF can be printed successfully with FDM/FFF 3D printers. Polypropylene or PP is a processional filament material with many important qualities. This material is one of the most commonly used materials in the world and serves multiple applications. Print with PP filament for objects that require to undergo stress and high mechanical loads.
Discover BASF’s PP filament from the Ultrafuse line. Polypropylene is a well-known material that is embraced in the engineering landscape. Objects created with this filament have great resistance to fatigue and can handle high amounts of strain repeatedly. The elasticity accompanied by toughness is one of the reasons that this material is extremely multifaceted and can be used where certain flexibility is required. Use the premium Ultrafuse PP filament for lightweight parts with excellent chemical resistance.
We recommend that you print PP filament at a nozzle temperature of 220°C-240°C. Furthermore, set your bed temperature at 60°C-80°C. Make sure that you correctly store PP filament in a dry and cool area at a temperature of 15°C-25°C for the best quality 3D prints.
|Weight filament||700 g|
The base material used in the filament. For more information on the different materials, please check the Filament information page
|Temperature - extruder||220-240 °C|
|Temperature - heated bed||60-80 °C|
|1 - 9:||excl $ 47.50|
|10 - 29:||excl $ 45|
|30 - :||excl $ 42.50|
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