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DSM Arnitel 3D Printing Filament

DSM Arnitel 3D Printing Filament

Arnitel ® is a highly flexible TPC (thermoplastic copolymer)with excellent UV and chemical resistance compared to TPU. With these material characteristics, Arnitel® is ideal for use in exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), cold charge air ducts as well as components for end-of-arm tooling. The flexibility and versatility of Arnitel® lends itself to hundreds of applications in a number of industries.

Technical Specifications

Shore D Hardness (3s): 61

Tensile modulus (3D printed: flat X-X direction): 230 MPa

Stress at break (3D printed: flat X-X direction): 21 MPa

Strain at break (3D printed: flat X-X direction): 245%

Tensile modulus (3D printed: on-edge X-Z direction): 240 MPa

Stress at break (3D printed: on-edge X-Z direction): 35 MPa

Strain at break (3D printed: on-edge X-Z direction): 510%

Tensile modulus (3D printed: upright Z direction): 220 MPa

Stress at break (3D printed: upright Z direction): 20 MPa

Strain at break (3D printed: upright Z direction): 55%

Melting temperature (10°C/min): 208°C

Glass transition temperature (10°C/min): -10°C

Vicat softening temperature (50°C/h 10N): 190°C

Vicat softening temperature (50°C/h 50N): 90°C

Humidity absorption: 0.1%

Density: 1270 kg/m³

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About DSM Arnitel 3D Printing Filament

DSM is a world leader in manufacturing and a trusted brand with over 100 years of experience creating and improving high-performance, engineering-grade thermoplastics that are used worldwide in industrial applications that produce and manufacture automotive, electrical and electronics, building and construction, medical, and consumer goods, to name but a few. Focused on creating more sustainable thermoplastics, DSM’s company strategy is in line with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to help reduce waste and carbon emissions. DSM’s materials help create stronger, more durable products while raising the bar on creating more environmentally-friendly manufacturing methods.