INTAMSYS HIPS Filament
INTAMSYS HIPS filament is a high-quality and versatile 3D printing material that stands for High Impact Polystyrene. HIPS is widely recognized for its exceptional mechanical properties and ease of use, making it a popular choice among 3D printing enthusiasts and professionals alike. With its excellent impact resistance, good dimensional stability, and superb layer adhesion, INTAMSYS HIPS filament allows for the creation of durable and precise prints. One of the key advantages of INTAMSYS HIPS filament is its compatibility with dual-extrusion 3D printers. It serves as an ideal support material for printing complex models or structures that require intricate geometries and overhangs. HIPS filament can be easily dissolved using Limonene, a common solvent, leaving behind a clean and smooth surface finish on the final print. This makes HIPS an excellent choice for applications such as prototyping, architectural models, and intricate designs where support removal can be a challenging task. Overall, INTAMSYS HIPS filament offers a reliable and efficient solution for achieving high-quality 3D prints with excellent support structures, opening up new possibilities in the world of additive manufacturing.
Excellent Mechanical Properties
INTAMSYS HIPS filament offers high impact resistance and dimensional stability, ensuring durable and robust 3D prints.
Dual-Extrusion Support Material
It serves as an ideal support material for intricate designs and complex structures, enabling the creation of detailed and precise prints.
Easy Support Removal
he breakaway support feature of INTAMSYS HIPS filament provides convenience and ease of use for achieving high-quality prints with intricate designs and complex geometries.
Suitable for a wide range of applications including prototyping, architectural models, and intricate designs, INTAMSYS HIPS filament provides versatility and reliability for various 3D printing projects.
Heat Deflection Temperature
Elongation at break
Support for model material
ABS, ASA, PC
Support material removing method