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Ultimaker CPE+


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Posted · Ultimaker CPE+

Ultimaker CPE+ is chemical resistant, dimensionally stable and has a higher temperature resistance and impact strength compared to CPE. Curious if the impact strength is sufficient for your application? Get in touch with our community and we can help you build the strongest part possible. Community experts and Ultimaker experts are available to help. 

 

Or have you used CPE+ yourself? Let us know what you think of it! It could be useful for new customers considering to use CPE+ for their applications. Thanks!

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