3D print tough, flexible models.

Simulated Polypropylene material is tough, flexible, and durable. It enables you to 3D print precision prototypes that look and behave like polypropylene.

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Nick Schmidtke

3D Printing Applications Engineer

Create Prototypes for Polypropylene Products

Stratasys offers two PolyJet photopolymers that simulate the appearance and functionality of polypropylene.

Rigur (RGD450) is an advanced Simulated Polypropylene material that offers durability and a beautiful surface finish. Use it to quickly build tough prototypes for snap-fit components, living hinges, and other demanding applications.

Rigur is an office-friendly material engineered to deliver reliable performance and impressive, dimensionally stable prototypes. It comes in a bright, true white with PolyJet technology’s signature fine resolution and smooth curves. For added versatility, 20 Digital Materials combine Rigur with flexible photopolymers to produce a range of grayscale shades and Shore A values.

Durus (RGD430) is the original Simulated Polypropylene material, and exhibits great impact resilience and an elongation at break of 44%.

Easy Support Removal

Increase productivity and gain even more design freedom with the ability to easily remove support material from delicate features and small cavities. Soluble support material (SUP706) empowers hands-free removal, plus improved manual or WaterJet removal. It is compatible with all PolyJet materials (except hearing aid and dental materials) and works on all Connex1, Connex2, Connex3, Connex1000, and Eden260VS systems.