INTAMSYS PEKK Filament
$314.00 – $993.00
INTAMSYS PEKK Filament is a cutting-edge 3D printing material that opens up a world of possibilities for high-performance applications. Made from Polyetherketoneketone (PEKK), this filament combines exceptional mechanical properties with excellent chemical resistance, making it the ideal choice for demanding industrial projects. With INTAMSYS PEKK Filament, you can create durable and functional parts that withstand extreme temperatures, harsh chemicals, and mechanical stress, ensuring reliability and longevity in even the most challenging environments. The INTAMSYS PEKK Filament boasts remarkable strength and stiffness, providing superior dimensional stability and structural integrity to your printed objects. Its heat resistance properties enable it to withstand temperatures up to 260 degrees Celsius (500 degrees Fahrenheit), allowing for applications in aerospace, automotive, and engineering sectors. Moreover, its resistance to a wide range of chemicals ensures compatibility with various solvents, fuels, and oils, making it a versatile option for industries where exposure to corrosive substances is common. Experience the future of additive manufacturing with INTAMSYS PEKK Filament and unlock the potential for advanced, high-performance prototypes, functional parts, and end-use products.
INTAMSYS PEKK Filament offers outstanding mechanical properties, providing superior strength and stiffness for durable and robust printed parts.
This filament demonstrates excellent resistance to a wide range of chemicals, ensuring compatibility with solvents, fuels, oils, and other corrosive substances.
High Heat Tolerance
With the ability to withstand temperatures up to 260 degrees Celsius (500 degrees Fahrenheit), INTAMSYS PEKK Filament is suitable for applications in environments with elevated heat levels.
Versatile Industrial Applications
INTAMSYS PEKK Filament is specifically designed for demanding industrial projects, making it an ideal choice for aerospace, automotive, and engineering sectors where reliability and performance are crucial.
Glass transition temperature
Heat deflection temperature (1.8 Mpa)