Formfutura Centaur PP Natural

High Performance Plastic with Excellent Mechanical Properties

  • Food safe
  • Low density
  • Waterproof pressure possible
  • Dishwasher safe
  • $43.33 ($8.67 / 100 g)

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  • Formfutura Centaur PP Natural
  • Formfutura Centaur PP Black
  • Formfutura Centaur PP White
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Item no.: FF-175CNTRPP-NAT-0500, Content: 500 g

EAN: 8718924470084

  • Food safe
  • Low density
  • Waterproof pressure possible
  • Dishwasher safe

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: Formfutura
Content: 500 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: PP Filaments
Property: Food Safe
Filament colour: Transparent
Net weight: 500 g
Recommended processing temperature: 220 - 240 °C

Description

Centaur PP is a lightweight and high-performance polypropylene (PP) filament that has excellent mechanical properties and excellent inter-layer adhesion.

Centaur PP combines unique material properties into a 3D printer filament, making Centaur PP an extremely versatile material suitable for a wide range of applications. From dishwasher safe and microwaveable household items to functional design objects with outstanding endurance properties.

Unique properties

  • Food contact compliant
  • Dishwasher safe and microwaveable
  • Lightweight: material density of 0.9 g / cm³
  • Waterproof printing possible with one coat
  • Good elastic properties: Can be stretched up to> 600% before breaking - Shore hardness of D50
  • Improved wear, abrasion and fatigue resistance
  • High chemical resistance
  • Excellent adhesion between the layers

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