Z-HIPS filament is best for 3D printing large models. Its durability makes it perfect for prototyping machines and functional testing. Compared to standard High Impact Polystyrene, Z-HIPS has been modified to provide your 3D prints with unique semi-mat finish. The material’s surface quality is on par with surfaces of mass produced items. With Z-HIPS you can quickly prototype casings and industrial parts with no post-processing needed. This low-shrinkage material allows you to efficiently run reliable performance tests on models closely resembling final products.
|Zortrax M200||spool||800 g ±5%||1.75 mm|
|Zortrax M200 Plus|
|Zortrax M300||2000 g ±5%|
|Zortrax M300 Plus|
|Key Properties||Metric||Imperial||Test Method|
|Elongation at Break||7.75%||7.75%||ISO 527:1998|
|Shore Hardness (D)||73.2||73.2||ISO 868:1998|
|Glass Transition Temperature||98.68oC||210oF||ISO 11357-3:2014|
- functional prototyping
- low volume end-use parts production
- models with large, flat surfaces
- architecture mock-ups
- mechanical parts prototypes
- consumer products prototypes
Speed up product design by 3D printing high-end prototypes with Z-HIPS. Reliably test functionality and form of your designs before starting the production.
Smooth semi-mat surface
Z-HIPS prototypes perfectly imitate final products. Semi-mat finish reduces the amount of post-processing needed and masks the layering.
Impact resistance and high durability
Visually stunning, prototypes 3D printed with this polystyrene filament are also suitable for performance and impact tests.