Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Ivory

For heavy duty printing

  • Stronger than ABS
  • Excellent finish
  • For highly complex parts
  • £42.05 (£5.26 / 100 g)

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Delivery on Tuesday, 26 February: Order before Friday at 09:00.

Colour:
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Cool Grey
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Pure Black
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Ivory
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Red
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Blue
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Green
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Yellow
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Nude
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Magenta
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Olive
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Brown
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Pastel Yellow
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Pastel Pink
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Pastel Purple
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Pastel Blue
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Pastel Turquoise
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Neon Blue
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Neon Green
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Neon Yellow
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Neon Orange
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Neon Red
  • Zortrax Z-ULTRAT Neon Pink

Content: 800 g

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Item no.: SCH-5904730747127, Content: 800 g

EAN: 5904730747127

  • Stronger than ABS
  • Excellent finish
  • For highly complex parts

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: Zortrax
Content: 800 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Product types: ABS Filaments
Compatible with 3D Printers : Zortrax M200, Zortrax M200 Plus
Filament colour: Natural
Net weight: 800 g
Diameter related tolerance : ± 0,05 mm

Description

One of the strongest and toughest thermoplastic filaments there is!

The surface has an excellent semi-matte finish. Perfect for prototypes and the creation of architectural models.

Together with the Zortrax M200, Z-ULTRAT can produce lifelike prototypes and end-user parts.

More information

Available in a variety of colours.

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