Natural - Ultimaker NFC Polypropylene Filiament 2.85mm (500g) Natural - Ultimaker NFC Polypropylene Filiament 2.85mm (500g)

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Ultimaker PP (polypropylene) is durable. It has high toughness, exceptional fatigue resistance, and low friction. It also has good chemical, temperature, and electrical resistance. PP is one of the most widely used plastics on the planet. From electrical components to living hinges, PP is the go-to material for prototyping and end-use products.


Reasons to choose
Ultimaker PP

PP is popular worldwide with engineers and manufacturers for a wide variety of applications.

Durable with high toughness and fatigue resistance (PP retains its shape after torsion, bending, and/or flexing)

Low friction and smooth surfaces

Semi-flexible

Chemical resistance to a wide range of bases and acids, including industrial cleaning agents

High electrical resistance makes it a good electrical insulator
Translucent

Low density resulting in lightweight parts (high strength-to-weight ratio)
Excellent layer bonding

Example 3D prints using PP

Durable and rugged

Living hinge on a container PP has high fatigue resistance and does not break when repeatedly bent. Clamps and living hinges can remain functional over the lifetime of the part.

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Prototypes simulate end products

PP is widely used in end products. Create functional prototypes and print in the same material as the end product for the ultimate in prototyping.

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Translucent and lightweight

PP features good layer bonding, and it is an excellent choice when the design requires transfer of light for aesthetic or other reasons.

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Compatibility matrix


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Download safety data sheet

Ultimaker PP (polypropylene) is durable. It has high toughness, exceptional fatigue resistance, and low friction. It also has good chemical, temperature, and electrical resistance. PP is one of the most widely used plastics on the planet. From electrical components to living hinges, PP is the go-to material for prototyping and end-use products.


Reasons to choose
Ultimaker PP

PP is popular worldwide with engineers and manufacturers for a wide variety of applications.

Durable with high toughness and fatigue resistance (PP retains its shape after torsion, bending, and/or flexing)

Low friction and smooth surfaces

Semi-flexible

Chemical resistance to a wide range of bases and acids, including industrial cleaning agents

High electrical resistance makes it a good electrical insulator
Translucent

Low density resulting in lightweight parts (high strength-to-weight ratio)
Excellent layer bonding

Example 3D prints using PP

Durable and rugged

Living hinge on a container PP has high fatigue resistance and does not break when repeatedly bent. Clamps and living hinges can remain functional over the lifetime of the part.

Learn more about 3D printing in engineering

 

Prototypes simulate end products

PP is widely used in end products. Create functional prototypes and print in the same material as the end product for the ultimate in prototyping.

Learn more about functional prototyping

 

Translucent and lightweight

PP features good layer bonding, and it is an excellent choice when the design requires transfer of light for aesthetic or other reasons.

Learn more about 3D printing in product design

 



Compatibility matrix


Download technical data sheet


Download safety data sheet

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