Polypropylene materials developed for 3D printing
Energy company Repsol’s (Madrid / Spain; Corporate Venturing fund, in collaboration with Spanish start-up Recreus (Alicante;, has launched three new grades of polypropylene for the manufacture of 3D printing filaments.

The fund owns 17% in Recreus, a market leader in the production of thermoplastic filaments for 3D printing (see of 29.03.2019).

The new materials have excellent mechanical properties, can be processed easily and are stable, the partners claim. The PP is available in pellets and specifically developed to cover the high requirements of the sectors using filament technology or fused deposition modelling (FDM). This new range can be used, for example, in the automotive, aerospace, toy, leisure and healthcare industries.
17.06.2020 [245319-0]
Published on 17.06.2020
Repsol: FDM-geeignete PP-Filamente für die additive FertigungGerman version of this article...

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