8060 Simulate PP is a material used in vacuum casting processes to replicate the properties of polypropylene (PP). It is designed to closely mimic the characteristics of PP, such as its flexibility, impact resistance, and chemical resistance. This makes it an ideal choice for creating functional prototypes and low-volume production parts that require the properties of PP.
The material is commonly used in various industries, including automotive, consumer goods, medical, and industrial applications. It allows for the production of prototypes and components that accurately simulate the behavior and performance of PP parts, enabling testing, validation, and functional evaluation before mass production
It is used to create prototypes of PP parts that accurately mimic the mechanical and physical properties of the final product. This allows for functional testing and validation before mass production.
8060 Simulate PP is utilized in the manufacturing of various engineering components such as housings, enclosures, and brackets. These parts require the characteristics of PP, including good impact resistance, chemical resistance, and dimensional stability.
The material finds applications in the production of consumer goods such as packaging, containers, and household products. It provides the desired properties of PP, such as flexibility, lightweight, and ease of processing.
8060 Simulate PP is used in the automotive industry for creating prototypes or low-volume production of interior components like dashboards, consoles, and door panels. It allows for testing and evaluation of fit, form, and function.
The material is suitable for fabricating medical devices and equipment that require the properties of PP, such as sterilizability, chemical resistance, and biocompatibility.
8060 Simulate PP is employed in various industrial applications, including tooling, jigs, fixtures, and machine components. It provides the necessary strength, durability, and resistance to chemicals and environmental conditions.
|Elongation at break
|Heat deflection temperature
|105 °C to 175 °C*