Zortrax  Z-HIPS Black

Black filament with high-impact resistance and easy finishing process

  • High impact resistance
  • Easy finishing process
  • Ideal for prototype packaging
  • £32.95 (£4.12 / 100 g)
  • from 2 only £31.29 / pc -5%

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Colour:
  • Zortrax Z-HIPS Black
  • Zortrax Z-HIPS Natural White
  • Zortrax Z-HIPS Grey
  • Zortrax Z-HIPS Green
  • Zortrax Z-HIPS Red
  • Zortrax Z-HIPS Yellow
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Item no.: SCH-5904730747691, Content: 800 g

EAN: 5904730747691

  • High impact resistance
  • Easy finishing process
  • Ideal for prototype packaging
M200: £32.95 (£4.12 / 100 g)
from 2 £31.29 (£3.91 / 100 g)
M300: £67.20 (£3.36 / 100 g)
from 2 £63.84 (£3.19 / 100 g)

Product information & technical details

Item no.: SCH-5904730747691
Manufacturer No.: 5904730747691
Manufacturers: Zortrax
Content: 800 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Product types: HiPS Filaments
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 800 g, 2000 g
Diameter related tolerance : ± 0,05 mm
Printing material for Zortrax: M200 , M200 Plus , M300 , M300 Plus , M300 Dual

Description

Z-HIPS is a thermoplastic polymer that has a very high impact resistance.
The material is ideal for

  • gluing components
  • painting
  • sanding
  • sandblasting

Z-HIPS is intended for applications such as prototype housing in household electronics to industrial machinery where UV resistance is not required.

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