First printable polypropylene by Fillamentum October 03 2019
Within few weeks Fillamentum Industrial will release new material under the name PP 2320. This polypropylene, which, thanks to its unique properties, will easily become an integral part of your production. It took nearly a year of development and technological testing to bring this material to perfection.
3D printing is no longer a privilege of hobby users and designers. Fillamentum Industrial aims at the field of industrial applications. Our Industrial materials will increase production efficiency, saving your time and costs. The clear evidence is this new polypropylene, which Fillamentum presented at TCT Show in Birmingham.
PP 2320 has excellent electrical insulation properties and will find its application as an alternative to PVC in the insulation of electrical cables. Like Vinyl 303, which was launched this March, it is not absorbent, so it's ideal as part of a pipeline, in making of tanks and sinks. The high temperature and chemical resistance make PP 2320 a structural component for chemical tools that also require high strength. PP 2320 by Fillamentum Industrial achieves high tensile strength over competing polypropylene filaments with greater elongation.
Polypropylene of Fillamentum Industrial has countless applications, but another unforgettable advantage is the ease of printing. PP 2320 is printed in the temperature range 225-245° C. For maximum strength we recommend printing at the upper limit of the printing temperatures (240–245 °C). Large objects should be printed in a heated chamber.
We offer a unique option for the pre-order of this material.
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3D Expo 2017 May 21 2017
This will be a long one, but we need to show you everything what we like on 3D Expo 2017 which took place in Prague, Czech republic.
We are producing filaments, so our photographic skills need some improvement, but we take all the photos with love : ).
- Our super handsome crew
Four really heavy days with great people. And here are heroes who survived it with a smile!
- We get gifts ❤️
Mothers Day from N3DS on Thingiverse printed by our friend from PLA Vertigo Grey
This is from MakersLab, printed during Expo. We gave him name Stepan : ). Printed on Prusa with PLA Crystal Clear Iceland Blue. Model White Bear at The Middelheim Museum, Antwerp from Scan The World on MyMiniFactory
- How looks like Prusa i3 MK2 made from Vertigo Grey
- How looks some nice multicolour prints from Prusa
- What's new at MakersLab
This is two news - a box for your printer with HEPA filter and a box for spool for staying dry
- Project from the Kralik brothers
Those printers doesn't print, they are dancing! : )
- You should know about TriLab!
Why? Because they won 1. place at 3D printers competition with their Kossel!
They have also the biggest Pikachu from whole expo (from our PLA Melon Yellow). Model is from A. Flowalistic at Thingiverse
And this awesome print of Wireframe skull from Ch. Nelson (PLA Vertigo Grey)
- Mr. Doleček with awesome airplane
"To be a part of 3D Expo in our homeland was a great opportunity for meeting our friends, collaborators and customers. Seeing all those cheerful users makes for us a commitment to work even harder on our products. This is what give us energy to look in the future and make the best what we can."
Founder of Fillamentum
On the photo is wonderful model from Stepan Dokoupil from 3D LabPrint
- And photos of nice people we met : )
Thank you for visiting or just going through photos.
See you next time!