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Stratasys partnered with BASF to commercialize new polypropylene material for 3D printing

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  • Stratasys, a provider of polymer 3D printing solutions, has partnered with BASF Forward AM, a chemical supplier, to develop SAF Polypropylene Material for Stratasys specifically for Stratasys' "H350" powder bed fusion printer for 3D printing applications.

  • The H350 powder bed fusion printer offers scalable, higher-volume 3D printing production. Additionally, it offers higher nesting densities, which increase productivity and lower per-part cost. 

  • The material is claimed to be capable of producing defect-free parts with complex geometries, such as flexible, tight pipes and intricate sensor mounts. Additionally, it provides durable, chemical-resistant parts at a lower cost in powder bed fusion technologies catering to the automotive, medical, consumer sports, and industrial sectors. 

  • Furthermore, the company claims that the solution's total turnaround time is less than 36 hours, allowing customers to produce hundreds of parts in a single build.

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