California-based Airwolf 3D made a big announcement today, regarding a common 3D printing materials problem. Polypropylene is cost effective and incredibly durable, so it’s used often for automotive as well as other industrial uses. Such a plastic is extremely chemically resistant and almost completely watertight, so it’s no mystery why it’s used in everything from carpeting and bottles to chemical tanks and automotive bumpers. But Airwolf 3D has done the impossible, and provided a cost effective solution to 3D print these parts and never having to worry about bed adhesion dilemmas. The organization announced their launch of Wolfbite ULTRA.