ULTEM 1010 3D Filament
220,00 € + IVA
ULTEM 1010 Polyether Imide 3D Filament (PEI) is an amorphous, amber to transparent thermoplastic material with a glass transition temperature (Tg) of 217 °C and operates in continuous use up to 170 °C. This inherently flame-retardant plastic has UL94 V0 and 5VA degrees of protection.
Material properties of ULTEM 1010 3D filament:
- Polyether imide (PEI) – Amorphous thermoplastics, amber to transparent
- Glass transition temperature (Tg) of 217 °C – Operates in continuous use up to 170 °C
- Flame retardant plastic – UL94 V0 and 5VA classification
- Perfect for aerospace, automotive and electronics industries
ULTEM 1010 3D Filament
Polyether ether imide (PEI) Ultem 1010 is an amorphous thermoplastic, available in different colors from amber to transparent, with a glass transition temperature of 217° C, operating in continuous use up to 170° C. This inherently flame retardant plastic is rated UL94 V0 and 5VA.
ULTEM 1010 3D 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 adhesion between layers, which results in a great improvement in impact resistance, strength, durability, and the printing process.
Its unique plating capabilities make ULTEM® PEI 1010 the perfect material for Telecom and MID applications.
ULTEM® PEI 1010 enables the combination of electrical functions with the same performance as an injection molded object.
ULTEM 1010 3D Filament can be used to prototype electrically controlled mechanical components: drives, computer components, internal antennas of cell phones, RF duplexers or microfilters and fiber optic connectors, connectors, MCB components such as housings, shafts and levers, internal hard disks, FOUPs, PCBs, MCCB interiors, Plenum devices, LCD projector interiors, fuel cell components and many other applications.
If necessary, parts printed with ULTEM 1010 3D Filament can be tempered in a hot-air oven to reduce hidden 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, you can follow 5 simple procedures for annealing and curing the parts printed in ULTEM® PEI 1010 .