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  • Polypropylene (PP) Filament 3D Printing: A Complete Guide

    PP filament is used in a wide variety of everyday products, making it one of the most common plastics used in both 3D printing and other areas. Read and compare other filaments in our 3D printer filament guide.

  • Polypropylene (PP) 3D Printing – The Ultimate Guide – All3DP

    Learn all about polypropylene's benefits when 3D printed, its properties, how to print it, and where to order printed polypropylene parts.

  • The Best Polypropylene (PP) Filaments of 2023 | All3DP

    Prime Potential The Best Polypropylene (PP) Filaments of 2023 by Hironori Kondo, Jackson O'Connell, Matteo Parenti Updated Mar 3, 2023 Polypropylene is a plastic with a unique set of properties. Check out the best Polypropylene (PP) filament brands on the market!

  • Polypropylene 3D Printer Filament | MatterHackers

    Polypropylene 3D Printer Filament Polypropylene (PP) is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic filament used to produce durable and lightweight parts.

  • How to Succeed When 3D Printing with Polypropylene Filament

    Tips and Tricks How to Succeed When 3D Printing with Polypropylene Filament Successfully produce 3D printed parts out of polypropylene filament with these tips on achieving stronger bed adhesion and minimizing shrinkage. Updated on July 22, 2022 by MatterHackers

  • PP (Polypropylene) Family – 3DXTECH

    polypropylene 3D Printing Filament 3DXTECH polypropylene (PP) is excellent for applications that require exceptional mechanical properties & chemical resistance. Our formulations offer improved thermal properties and lower shrinkage & warp compared to other PP-based reinforced compounds. 3d Printer Filament > PP (Polypropylene) Family

  • Polypropylene (PP) | Prusa Knowledge Base

    Description In 3D printing, PP (Polypropylene) is mostly used for making hinges, straps, belts, and other bendable parts. The main disadvantage of this material is its price and very poor print surface adhesion. PP has a pretty good resistance against acids, bases/lyes, and organic solvents.

  • Beginner’s guide to 3D printing with PP – UltiMaker

    PP (also known as Polypropylene) is the newest material in the Ultimaker range. Despite being one of the most used plastics in the world, it can be hard to use for 3D printing. With Ultimaker’s optimized PP filament and these helpful tips, you’ll be ready to start exploring the possibilities of this material. So, what’s special about PP?

  • Ultimate Materials Guide – 3D Printing with Polypropylene – Simplify3D

    The tips in this article will cover all the different types of polypropylene filaments available for 3D printing. Pros Good impact and fatigue resistance Good heat resistance Smooth surface finish Cons Heavy warping Low strength Difficult to adhere to bed and other adhesives Expensive Hardware Requirements

  • Ultimaker UltiMaker Polypropylene Filament – 2.85mm (0.5kg)

    UltiMaker brand Polypropylene (PP) is a reliable, high-quality polypropylene 3D printing filament that features remarkable chemical, electrical, and fatigue resistance. Possessing extreme toughness, low friction, and high durability, UltiMaker PP 3D Printing Filament is a great choice for engineers and manufacturers looking to create end-use parts, tools, and functional prototypes.