INTAMSYS PC-FR Filament
INTAMSYS PC-FR Filament is a high-performance 3D printing filament designed specifically for industrial applications. It is composed of polycarbonate (PC) blended with flame-retardant (FR) additives, resulting in a material that offers excellent mechanical strength, thermal resistance, and fire resistance. The filament is engineered to meet stringent safety standards, making it suitable for applications that require flame-retardant properties, such as automotive, aerospace, and electrical components. With INTAMSYS PC-FR Filament, users can achieve reliable and durable prints with exceptional dimensional accuracy. The polycarbonate base provides outstanding toughness and impact resistance, ensuring that printed parts can withstand challenging environments and demanding applications. Additionally, the flame-retardant additives in the filament enhance the safety features of the printed objects by reducing the risk of ignition and slowing down the spread of flames. The high heat resistance of the material allows for post-processing steps like annealing, which further enhances the mechanical properties of the printed parts. Overall, INTAMSYS PC-FR Filament is a reliable choice for industrial-grade 3D printing projects that require both mechanical strength and flame-retardant capabilities.
High Mechanical Strength
INTAMSYS PC-FR Filament offers exceptional mechanical strength, making it suitable for applications that require robust and durable 3D printed parts.
The filament is blended with flame-retardant additives, enhancing the safety features of printed objects by reducing the risk of ignition and slowing down the spread of flames.
The material exhibits excellent heat resistance, allowing for post-processing steps like annealing to further enhance the mechanical properties of printed parts.
INTAMSYS PC-FR Filament is specifically designed for industrial applications, meeting stringent safety standards and providing reliable and consistent 3D printing performance.
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