Caverna PP (a polypropylene filament) has a water-soluble phase that dissolves to create a co-continuous microporous morphology.
Caverna PP offers a unique microporous morphology, opening up a wide range of possible applications.
Caverna PP's highly uniform pore size and distribution provide outstanding print fidelity.
When placed in ordinary tap, Caverna PP's water-soluble phase dissolves to produce a co-continuous microporous foam-like structure.
Caverna PP technical information.
Caverna PP provides you with the design freedom to print structures with a co-continuous microporous morphology. The only one of its kind to offer a uniform pore size and distribution, it’s ideal for builds where consistency and fidelity are key.
The final structure of Caverna PP allows vapors to pass through while still holding water. Its resemblance to sponge, bone, or filter gives this unique build material an application in almost any industry. From the sole of a shoe to tissue scaffolds to high-tech filters, the uses for Caverna PP are only limited by your imagination.
While PP is typically challenging to build with, Caverna PP is easy to work with, allowing you to experiment more freely — and print complex geometries when supported with AquaSys 120.
With a final structure that's spongy and flexible while maintaining a consistent pore pattern and size, the industrial opportunities for Caverna PP are wide-ranging.
With AquaSys 120 as its support, Caverna PP doesn't require toxic finishing chemicals, making it ideal for manufacturing, medical, and educational uses — while also relieving the waste disposal burden for all users.