ULTEM 9085 Filament 1.75 mm 500 gr

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    ULTEM 9085 Filament has unique properties because it does not come into contact with water during the production process and is directly vacuum packed. These properties make the filament particularly suitable for use in FDM and FFF 3D printers. The material has excellent inter-layer adhesion which results in a great improvement in impact resistance, strength, durability and the printing process.

    High thermal properties; (Tg) of 186 ° C - Inherent flame resistance and low smoke - Long-term hydrolytic stability - Excellent dimensional stability - Exceptional strength and modulus, even at elevated temperatures - Good resistance to a wide range of chemicals - Stable dielectric constant and dissipation factor over a wide range of temperatures and frequencies

    ULTEM ™ 9085 PEI (polyether imide) resin offers the ability to create parts with excellent properties at elevated temperatures due to a high glass transition temperature (Tg) of 186 ° C. ULTEM PEI 9085 is a high performance amorphous polymer which combines excellent thermal properties, exceptional dimensional stability, inherent flame resistance and good chemical resistance .

    If necessary, parts printed with 9085 filament can be tempered in a hot air oven to reduce the occult printing stresses that may be present in the part. This type of stress can occur in any plastic material and can cause lower than expected mechanical properties. If this occurs with the 3D printed object, it is possible to follow 5 simple step-by-step procedures below for annealing and tempering of the printed parts in ULTEM® 9085 (Annealing)
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    Data sheet

    Filament diameter
    Extruder temperature
    Floor temperature
    Min 120°C
    500 gr

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