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Posted · Problems when printing with PP (Polypropylene)



I am trying to print a piece with PP (Polypropylene) with my printer Ultimaker S5, but the results are terrible.

The warping is considerable and sometimes the pieces cannot keep sticked to the bed for a long time,

even I am using a special glue for that (Magigoo).

These are the parameters which I am using:





Could you please tell me if I am doing something wrong? In the data sheet of the material, it appears this:





Thank you!


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    Posted · Problems when printing with PP (Polypropylene)

    bumping this topic. hope you found some answers.

    do you have the airfilter as well?


    having the same problem, same machine.


    did have some good results but from a set of 7, only 1 came out real good. very inconsistent.  

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    Posted · Problems when printing with PP (Polypropylene)

    When I was printing with PP, I put packaging tape (PP based) on the entire print surface. The printed object fuse with the tape and give a good bonding. 

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    Posted · Problems when printing with PP (Polypropylene)

    When I print with PP, I set Adhesion on (Brim) and use a glue (Magigoo for PP) much. These can give a good bonding.
    Recently I make small size grooves near bottom corners .
    These grooves prevent parts from bending.

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