Polypropylene-like Material For Prototypes

DurusWhite pp-like polyjet material.

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Quickparts, a provider of custom designed parts, ranging from rapid prototyping to plastic injection molding, offers the Objet DurusWhite FullCure430 polypropylene-like material for use through the Polyjet rapid prototyping process.  

DurusWhite addresses a broad range of applications requiring polypropylene-like appearance, flexibility, strength, and toughness, such as reusable containers of various types, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers, automotive components, and more.

The addition of the DurusWhite pp-like polyjet material to the company's already extensive line of materials further allows them to continue their mission of making it easy for customers to get custom designed parts that meet their needs.

Prototypes made of DurusWhite have the look and feel of final products made of polypropylene.  This is a key success factor for materials in rapid prototyping where the ability to simulate a final production material is a very significant quality.

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