FormfuturaApolloX™ Grey

High-performance filament ASA in Grey

  • High-performance
  • For engineering purposes
  • UV & weather resistant
  • Perfect adhesion
  • FDA compliant
  • $36.49 ($4.87 / 100 g)

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  • Formfutura ApolloX™ Black
  • Formfutura ApolloX™ White
  • Formfutura ApolloX™ Light Grey
  • Formfutura ApolloX™ Grey
  • Formfutura ApolloX™ Dark Blue
  • Formfutura ApolloX™ Red
  • Formfutura ApolloX™ Natural
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Item no.: FF-285APOX-GREY-0750, Content: 750 g

EAN: 8718924476345

  • High-performance
  • For engineering purposes
  • UV & weather resistant
  • Perfect adhesion
  • FDA compliant

Product information & technical details

Item no.:
Manufacturer No.:
750 g
Product Line:
Category :
ASA Filaments
1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Filament colour:
Grey / silver
Net weight:
750 g
Recommended processing temperature:
235 - 255 °C
Recommended heating temperature:
80 - 90 °C
Diameter related tolerance :
± 0,05 mm


Form Futura Apollox ™ is a professional high-performance filament. The filament is based on modified ASA (acrylonitrile-styrene-acrylate) in industrial quality.
Apollox ™ has a high thermal stability, improved flow properties, zero-warping and very good adhesion.

ApolloX ™ is UV and weather resistant with high colour stability. Combined with high strength and heat resistance, the material is perfect for use in outdoor and automotive industry applications.

With ApolloX™ FormFutura introduces ASA filaments with unique properties for FDM 3D printing to the market.
Due to its high adhesion property, the material is also very well suited for large models.


  • UV & weather resistant
  • FDM-optimized
  • Excellent adhesion to heated building boards, Kapton, BuildTak, etc.
  • Distortion-free
  • Perfect interlayer adhesion
  • High thermal stability
  • FDA compliant

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