3DXTECH 3DXTECH ThermaX PEEK - (0.5kg) 1.75mm Black
Polyetheretherketone, better known as PEEK, belongs to the polyaryletherketone (PAEK) family of thermoplastics and is regarded as one of the highest-performance polymer plastics in existence. With its unparalleled mechanical, thermal, and chemical resistance properties, it is the ideal material for 3D printing end-use, engineering-grade parts that need to withstand the most demanding applications. When failure is not an option, 3DXTECH’s ThermaX PEEK 3D Printing Filament has your back.
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CREATE HIGH-PERFORMANCE, END-USE PARTS WITH 3DXTECH’S THERMAX PEEK
With 3DXTECH’s ThermaX PEEK 3D Printing Filament you can rapidly manufacture real end-use parts that will continue performing even in extreme conditions. Parts 3D printed with 3DXTECH’s ThermaX PEEK will continue performing in intense heat, with a Continuous Use Temperature of 260°C, and an inherent flame resistance rating of UL94 V-0. Additionally, 3DXTECH’s ThermaX PEEK possesses excellent chemical stability as well, meaning it will not degrade in the presence of chemicals such as oil, gas, and other common chemicals utilized in the automotive, aerospace, industrial, and chemical processing industries.
A functional gear model 3D printed using 3DXTECH's ThermaX PEEK. This material will maintain its dimensional stability and outstanding mechanical properties at application temperatures up to 260°C!
A functional fan shroud model 3D printed using 3DXTECH's ThermaX PEEK. This material will maintain its integrity even in the presence of chemicals like oil and gasoline!
- Printing temperature: 375° - 410°C
- Bed temperature: 130° - 145°C
- Bed adhesion: A PEI 3D Printing surface
- Enclosure temperature: 70° - 140°C (hotter is better)
- Print speed: 10-50 mm/s for 0.2mm layer height
- Drying instructions: Dry at 120°C for at least 4 hours before use
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