Luvocom® 3F PEI 50236 GY Filament is an ultra-performance polymer based on polyetherimide (PEI) with better chemical resistance than ULTEM 9085 because there is no PC inside. In addition to having inherent flame retardancy, it has good chemical resistance properties combined with excellent thermal and dimensional stability. Our material has optimized for 3D printing . It comes with UL94 V0 classification and fulfills requirements according EN 45545 (Materials for applications in trains). The material is grey pigmented to save color lacquering step.
- High temperature resistance
- Excellent chemical resistance
- High dimensionally stable precision parts
- Outstanding fire resistance (UL V0 and EN 45545)
|Density||1,38 g/cm3||ISO 1183-3|
|Tensile Strength (dry, @50 mm/min)||105 MPa||ISO 527|
|Elongation at maximum force (dry, @50 mm/min)||
|Elongation at break (dry, @50 mm/min)||5%
|Modulus of elasticity (dry, @1 mm/min)||3,5 Gpa||ISO 527
|Heat distortion temperature (HDT A)||200 °C||ISO 75|
|Continuous service temperature (20.000 h)||170 °C||IEC 60216|
|Surface resistance (ROB)||>10¹² Ω||DIN IEC 60093|
|Insulation resistance strip electrode (R25)||>10¹² Ω||DIN IEC 60167|
|Printer nozzle temperature||400 - 450°C|
|Heated bed temperature||>140°C|
|Print Speed||20 - 60 mm/s|
Magigoo HT on glass or a PEI Sheet
|Pre drying recommendations||120°C, >8 hours|
To get the best results while printing we advise you to keep the 3D printer in a room where there is hardly any draft and/or temperature fluctuations. When the 3D printer is not being used it is important to keep filament in a bag and stored in a cool, dry and dark place until it is used again.
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|Material Safety Data Sheet (250 KB)|
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