igus iglidur I10 laser sintering material for 3D printing

Monday, 04 April, 2022 | Supplied by: Treotham Automation Pty Ltd

igus is expanding the scope of its 3D printing service: chemical-resistant, lubrication-free tribo-polymer components can be manufactured using selective laser sintering (SLS). This has been made possible by a new printing material for laser sintering printers called iglidur I10, which is resistant to acids, bases, alcohols as well as greases and therefore suitable for use in electroplating and food processing plants. The 3D filaments are also available to purchase directly from Treotham.

The laser sintering printing material iglidur I10 is resistant to acids, bases, alcohols, greases and oils. It is also characterised by low moisture absorption, high toughness and high ductility — which indicates the property of a material to deform permanently under shear load before breaking. It is therefore suitable for weight-saving industrial functional components with elastic properties.

The printing material is FDA-compliant, making it suitable for applications in the packaging and food industries. It also complies with EU Regulation 10/2011, which certifies that the plastic is harmless in contact with food.

Treotham will also offer the new printing material via the igus 3D printing service.

Online: www.treotham.com.au
Phone: 1300 65 75 64
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