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PolyPropylene Filament

Posted by Celcius1 
PolyPropylene Filament
August 30, 2017 06:32PM
Hey Guys,

I'm part of a company that has successfully developed its own range of Poly Propylene filament, we are about to launch to market, but we have also developed a build plate specifically suited to Poly Propylene and Hi-Density Poly Ethylene plastics, as we have a HDPE filament currently in development.

What we would like to know is if anyone could provide us with a list of commonly used build plate sizes so we can have plates to suit those in the industry who use our products.

Talk Soon
Paul
Re: PolyPropylene Filament
August 30, 2017 08:20PM
200x200
300x300
100x100
150x150

most common

circular 180mm ( kossel )
Re: PolyPropylene Filament
August 31, 2017 12:22AM
Also 300x200mm and 300mm diameter are common.


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Re: PolyPropylene Filament
August 31, 2017 12:27AM
... and if you're keen enough - there are some interests in and developments for "big" printers with working areas of 400x300mm, 600x400mm and 800x600mm winking smiley


Viktor
Re: PolyPropylene Filament
August 31, 2017 08:24AM

No direct link to product link [twitter.com]
What does the size of bed have to do with filaments?
Re: PolyPropylene Filament
August 31, 2017 10:40PM
Quote

What does the size of bed have to do with filaments?

...we have also developed a build plate specifically suited to Poly Propylene and Hi-Density Poly Ethylene plastics
Re: PolyPropylene Filament
September 02, 2017 01:36AM
330x330
230x150
Re: PolyPropylene Filament
October 13, 2017 03:51AM
One of my long-term 3D printer objectives is to print modular furniture using a large format 3D printer and polypropylene is a material I see as being a workable material for properties. I’m aiming for a 600*600 mm stationary print bed as a result. I’m currently intending to use basalt, as weight isn’t a problem, but rather an asset in the design I have in mind.
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