Polypropylene (PP) is one of the most versatile and common choices for industrial production, and 3D-printed PP has similar properties to injection-molded PP. Tough, fatigue-resistant, lightweight, and with exceptionally high elongation at break, PP is an ideal choice for functional prototypes of snap-fit assemblies or living hinges in automotive components, packaging, and consumer goods.
|Maximum part dimensions|
480 x 480 x 430 mm
±0.3% (with a lower limit of ±0.3 mm)
|Minimum wall thickness|
1 mm, living hinges are possible at 0.4 mm (all structures under 0.8 mm must be designed in a flat, uncurved position and oriented parallel to XY plane for correct building)
|Minimum detail size|
|Interlocking or moving parts|
|DIN EN ISO 527||21|
|DIN EN ISO 527||905|
|DIN EN ISO 178||22.8|
|DIN EN ISO 178||700|
|DIN EN ISO 527||529|
|ISO 75 (@1.80 MPa)||52|
Actual values may vary with build conditions.
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