Functional filament with a wide range of applications

PP (Polypropylene) is a thermoplastic 3D printing filament and as well as being commonly used in daily life. PP filament is durable, break-resistant, fatigue-resistant, and semi-flexible. Parts that are 3D printed in PP are well-suited for uses that involve twisting, flexing, or bending. PP is also a contact-safe material for food, chemical, and medical applications, including orthopedic use due to its lightweight and low friction characteristics.

  • Excellent durability and toughness
  • Chemical resistance
  • Food safe
  • Lightweight
  • Semi-flexible and break-resistant

Compatibility: PP filament

OFP Certified: PPprint P-filament 721




  • Functional parts
  • Medical and orthosis
  • Food contact safe production
  • Chemical and solvent resistant part
  • Prototyping and modeling

Material Performance

Printing Guide

Printing Settings

Nozzle temperature (°C)
210 ℃ – 230 ℃
Bed temperature (°C)
25 ℃ – 80 ℃
Layer height (mm)
0.15mm – 0.25mm
Printing speed (mm/s)
35 mm/s – 70 mm/s
Cooling fan
Drying temperature (°C)
60 ℃

Printing Notifications:

  • Use special printing bed surface for the first layer adhesion, or Magigoo PP.
  • For a better bed adhesion, brim or raft are highly recommended.
  • Avoid dense and rectangular infill to prevent warping caused by PP crystallization.

For Raise3D Printer Users:

Choose the best 3D printer to start your printing journey with PP. Find 3D Printers.

For ideaMaker Users:

Choose the right printing profile for PP on ideaMaker IO and use it on ideaMaker. Download the latest version of ideaMaker.


Find out more in our OFP section