Pegasus PP Ultralight 3D printing filament is most likely to be the lightest printing material in the world. Pegasus PP Ultralight 3D printing filament are nanotechnology-enhanced compounds based on Formfutura’s Centaur PP and other PP grades, as well as various impact modifiers and adhesives. Due to the use of nanotechnology, the weight and/or density of Pegasus PP Ultralight is 20% lower than that of ordinary PP 3D printing filaments. Pegasus PP Ultralight combines all the mechanical properties of PP 3D printing materials with extremely lightweight characteristics, making it a material that is very suitable for applications such as automobiles, drones, wear-resistant and durable applications.
– Extremely lightweight: the material density is 0.75 g/cc, which is 20% lighter than ordinary PP and 40% lighter than ordinary PLA
– Good abrasion resistance and fatigue resistance of the printed product
– High chemical resistance
– Does not absorb moisture
– Excellent layer-to-layer adhesion, the model is not easy to break
– After adding LDPE tape to the platform, the model has excellent adhesion to the printing platform