The BASF Ultrafuse PP GF30 filament impresses with properties such as high stiffness, high heat resistance and UV resistance.
High heat resistance
The BASF Ultrafuse PP GF30 filament is a polypropylene with 30% glass fiber reinforced material. The fibers in this compound have been specially developed for additive manufacturing, which means that the filament can be processed with a large number of commercially available 3D printers from various manufacturers. The extreme rigidity of the material is extremely suitable for demanding industrial applications. Other aspects for industrial use of the BASF Ultrafuse PP GF30 filament are the excellent mechanical properties of the material. This includes high temperature resistance and high resistance to chemicals. This filament combines the properties of polypropylene and glass fiber, making it an extremely resilient material for professional applications.Note: Today's filaments from BASF Ultrafuse were sold under the Innofil3D brand name until the end of 2019. The Dutch manufacturer was previously taken over by the German chemical group BASF. As part of the acquisition, the filaments were renamed and the packaging changed. The print material itself is still the same high-quality filament as before.
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