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Availability date: 2018-09-27
The Ultrafuse PA6 GF30 is a 3D printing filament based on PA6 (Polyamide 6) reinforced with 30% glass fibers developed by BASF. It belongs to the BASF rich Ultrafuse portfolio of high quality technical filaments. The Ultrafuse PA6 GF30 is a material of high mechanical resistance, with resistance to wear, high resistance to chemicals and UV light. This combined with a high threshold of working temperatures (-20 ºC to 120 ºC) makes the Ultrafuse PA6 GF30 the ideal and most common material for manufacturing industrial tools that will be used in harsh environments.
But here the advantages of this material do not end. The incorporation of glass fibers makes the Ultrafuse PA6 GF30 easier to print than the PA6 (Polyamide 6) by itself, increases the bond between layers, reduces the warping effect between the parts and the base, and the absorption of moisture. All this translates into a smooth finish, continuous and with great dimensional stability, which together with the high level mechanical properties it presents, make this material the ideal for the vast majority of applications that every professional and industrial user desires.
A major of all the advanced advantages already mentioned is that the printing temperatures of Ultrafuse PA6 GF30 are accessible for any printers FDM of the market, with the extruder temperature of 240-280 ºC and the base temperature of 70-110 ºC. To ensure adhesion to the base, the use of a microperforated base, PEI sheet or Kapton Tape is recommended. With filaments containing glass fibers the nozzle wear is very pronounced and the use of a hardened steel nozzle or Nozzle Olsson Ruby is recommended. The Nozzle Olsson Ruby is the most resistant and highest quality 3D printing nozzle on the market thanks to its ruby tip integrated in a brass nozzle.
Ultrafuse PA6 GF30 is designed to make prototypes, functional parts and elements of high structural strength, such as electric tool housings (drill, radial, etc), control elements, parts for the transport sector (engine intake systems) of vehicles, tubes for refrigeration liquids), resistant and small applications (connectors of pneumatic systems), professional and leisure sports equipment.
|Elongation at break (%)||2.1|
|Tensile strength (MPa)||102|
|Tensile modulus (MPa)||7400|
|Flexural strength (MPa)||170|
|Flexural modulus (MPa)||6100|
|Softening temperature (ºC)||124|
|Abrasion resistance||Abrasion resistance|
|Vibration resistance||Vibration resistance|
|UV resistance||UV resistance|
|Fiber reinforced||Fiber reinforced|
|Moisture resistance||Moisture resistance|
|Chemical resistance||Chemical resistance|
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