HIPS

HIPS is a filament that is used to both print objects and acts as support material during the construction of complex geometric objects with angles greater than 45 degrees. Acting as a support material, HIPS is easily removed when the completed object is submerged in D’Limonene where HIPS is soluble. The best material to pair HIPS with as support is ABS since they both have very similar mechanical properties. If used as a standard material, HIPS objects are very stiff and have good heat resistance.

Printing tips

Heated Bed: Temperature affects HIPS when printing and you need to ensure better management for better printing results.

Heat Resistant

Soluble

Impact Resistant

Water Resistant

HIPS PRINTING GUIDELINES

Extruder

Extrusion temperature

235-245°C

Bed Temperature

Bed temperature

115°C

Filament Weight

Weight (kg)

0.5

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Warping

Low

Layer Bonding

Layer bonding

Medium

Bolt Pro and Xeed

Suitable for

Bolt Pro, Xeed

Diameter

Filament diameter (mm)

1.75

Applications

Visual Prototypes

Visual Prototypes

Considering that HIPS has very similar properties to ABS, it is also applicable to use it for visual prototypes since it's strong and can be post-processed to create the desired design.