Ultimaker brand CPE is a dependable, high-quality CPE 3D Printing Filament designed for 3D printing visual or functional prototypes, and working mechanical parts. It features excellent chemical resistance, high impact strength and toughness, and reliable dimensional stability, making this an adaptable and versatile 3D printing filament to use in a wide range of different applications. Ultimaker CPE 3D Printing Filament is available in 9 different colors (including neutral colors for professional-looking models) and compatible with all 2.85mm 3D Printers, including all Ultimaker 3D Printers.
ULTIMAKER CPE FILAMENT IS A HIGHLY VERSATILE MATERIAL WITH ADVANCED MECHANICAL PROPERTIES FOR ANY NEED
With Ultimaker CPE 3D Printing Filament, you can iterate and manufacture prototypes or even functional end-use parts in a fraction of the time and cost as traditional manufacturing methods. Create custom components, produce parts or products for your short-run manufacturing needs, or perform any number of fit tests necessary with this versatile, high-performance 3D printing material. Because Ultimaker CPE 3D Printing Filament possesses excellent chemical resistance and toughness, functional prototypes 3D printed in this material can be rigorously tested again and again before going into production. Working models with complex geometries are easily achievable when 3D printing with Ultimaker CPE thanks to its dependable dimensional stability. Utilize the dual-extrusion features of the Ultimaker 3, Ultimaker S5, or Ultimaker S3 3D Printers to create two-colored models; or extrude your complex 3D model with compatible support material such as Ultimaker PVA or Ultimaker Breakaway Support Material for simple removal of support structures.
A tube sensor holder 3D printed using Ultimaker CPE 3D Printing Filament due to it's excellent chemical resistance. Functional prototypes such as this can be rigorously tested again and again before going into production.
- Compatible with all 2.85mm 3D printers, including all Ultimaker 3D Printers
- Diameter: 2.85mm
- Recommended nozzle temperature: 230 - 260°C
- Recommended bed temperature: 70° - 80°C
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