Dutch 3D printing materials manufacturer
Formfutura is well known for its many unique materials, which run the gamut from wood and cork to stone and carbon fiber. The company has recently announced the launch of its new filament initiative, the high-performance Centaur PP.
The lightweight polypropylene (PP) filament, with a material density of 0.9 g/cc, was engineered to have excellent interlayer adhesion and mechanical properties.
The material has a high chemical resistance and great elastic properties, with a shore hardness of D50 and improved resistance to abrasion, fatigue, and wear.
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