We have validated and created optimal printing profiles for the most used high-performance polymers and composites, giving you the best quality right from the start.
The validation of new materials is simple; the user can do it simply by following our guidelines. This way, you can expand your material portfolio to meet the demand.
The miniFactory Ultra 3D printer is used and trusted by several leading material manufacturers in the market. We actively adapt this technology in various demanding applications.
See below the validated high temp 3D printing materials for the miniFactory Ultra 3D printer.
With the miniFactory Ultra 3D printer, you can print all 3rd party high temp 3D printing materials, allowing you to choose where to source your materials. In addition, the flexibility of the open material system lets you add future materials, by the user, with ease and without additional costs.
PEEK (Polyetheretherketone) is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic with excellent thermal, mechanical and chemical resistance properties. In addition, the carbon fiber improves the compressive strength, stiffness, and load-bearing capacity of PEEK
ULTEM® AM9085F (polyetherimide) filament is based on a polyetherimide blend used in the aerospace industry. It is ideal for aerospace, marine, and land vehicles as it has a high strength to weight ratio and FST (flame, smoke, and toxicity class).
TPI - is a thermoplastic polyimide. It offers extreme heat resistance and high mechanical properties even in the most demanding environments.
PPSU (polyphenylsulfone) is known for its excellent hydrolytic stability and chemical and heat resistance. Therefore, it is an ideal choice for under-hood automotive applications and medical devices requiring repeated steam sterilization.
PEKK-A (PolyEtherKetoneKetone) offers low outgassing, high mechanical properties, and exceptional resistance to extreme environments, such as those in aerospace and oil exploration.
ESD-PEKK (electrostatic dissipative polyetherketoneketone) is a thermoplastic for the aerospace industry with static degradable properties. It has excellent chemical resistance and favorable mechanical and thermal properties.
PA carbon (polyamide) is ideal for high-performance and durable structural end-use components, making 3D printing technology a viable option for demanding racing and technical, structural applications that require robust performance at high temperatures
PC-S (Polycarbonate) is an amorphous transparent thermoplastic. It offers high heat resistance. It is solid and suitable for demanding applications. It is well suited for various applications, such as the manufacture of parts in the food industry and engineering.
PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) is a semi-crystalline fluoropolymer with excellent abrasion and weather resistance. In addition, PVDF has increased chemical resistance and compatibility with thermoplastic materials.