Magigoo 3D Glue Stick for PPGF

Adhesive for use with glass fibre reinforced polypropylene filaments

  • For PPGF filaments
  • Specially developed
  • Simple application
  • $42.49 ($84.98 / 100 ml)

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Content: 50 ml

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Item no.: T3D-M-PPGF, Content: 50 ml

EAN: 5350583999938

  • For PPGF filaments
  • Specially developed
  • Simple application

Product information & technical details

Item no.: T3D-M-PPGF
Manufacturer No.: M-PPGF
Manufacturers: Magigoo
Content: 50 ml
Product types: 3D Printer Accessories



Magigoo PP-GF is designed exclusively for use with glass-reinforced polypropylene filaments (GFPP). This adhesive ensures that the prints adhere when the print bed is hot, and that the part can be easily removed after cooling.


Polypropylene (PP) is a thermoplastic semi-crystalline polymer which has good strength, impact resistance and ductility properties, making it suitable as a construction material. However, PP is a soft material and, like most plastics, can be reinforced by adding fibres to a polymer composite. These materials are usually stiffer and stronger than the starting polymer and can result in a material having a very high strength to weight ratio. Compared to most PP filaments, the GF30PP warps to a greater extent. This type of material requires a completely new adhesive formulation to fulfil its characteristic features.


Magigoo PP-GF has been developed and tested to work with 30% glass fibre filled polypropylene

  • Shake the bottle vigorously
  • Apply to the desired area
  • Print according to the recommendations of the filament / printer manufacturer.
  • Allow to cool and remove
  • Cleaning - Use a damp cloth to wipe

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