Ultrafuse® PA is the translation of BASF´s Ultramid® to the 3D printing space. It is based on a co-polyamide 6/66 grade of intermediate viscosity. With Ultrafuse® PA, it is possible to print semi-flexible thin parts; however, it is very rigid at higher thicknesses. It has a lower melting temperature than PA6 and PA66, meaning it can be printed at a lower temperature and also has better impact resistance versus PA6 and PA66, opening up a whole new application field for end-users.
Recommended: Process materials in a well ventilated room, or use professional extraction systems. For further and more detailed information please consult the corresponding material safety data sheets.
Safety Data Sheet: ULTRAFUSEPA_933757_SDS_GEN_00_EN_2-0
Benefits at a Glance
- Good fatigue resistance
- High mechanical strength
- Low melting point makes it printable for many FFF printers
- Good wear resistance/lubricity
- Good impact resistance at low temperatures
- Most engineering sectors
- Suitable for a wide range of different components and
machine elements, such as high-grade electrical insulation material
Tensile Strength (MPa): 16.4 (ZX), 61.4 (XY)
Flexural Modulus (MPa): 2149 (ZX), 2246 (XZ), 2051 (XY)
Elongation at Break: 0.8 % (ZX), 9.6 % (XY)
Impact Strength Izod notched (kJ/m2): 1.7 (ZX), 3.9 (XZ), 5.8 (XY)
Impact Strength Izod unnotched (kJ/m2): 3.2 (ZX), 45.6 (XZ), 28.0 (XY)
HDT @ 0.45 MPa: 135 ºC
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