Ultrafuse® PEI 9085 – 1.75mm – 750g

The Ultrafuse® PEI 9085 filament is made from ULTEM 9085 resin*. This amorphous thermoplastic is a Polyetherimide (PEI) blend, specifically developed for its higher flow properties, offering outstanding printing behaviour, high

Product details

  • Product Code PEI-4460a075
  • Product Colour Natural
  • Product Diameter 1.75mm
  • Product RAL n/a
  • Product Weight 750gr
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 326,70  270,00 ex.VAT for USA customers only!

€ 10,00 Handling charge

Details

The Ultrafuse® PEI 9085 filament is made from ULTEM 9085 resin*.
This amorphous thermoplastic is a Polyetherimide (PEI) blend, specifically developed for its higher flow properties, offering outstanding printing behavior, high thermal resistance, broad chemical resistance, strength and stiffness.

Due to the unique properties, this material is a great addition to our highperformance portfolio. Ultrafuse® PEI 9085 is developed for demanding applications and high-temperature environments like aerospace or automotive. Because of its inherent flame retardancy and low smoke emission, it is well suited for electronics
and electrical appliances.

Ultrafuse® PEI 9085 benefits at a glance

  • Short-term temperature resistance up to 186°C
  • Excellent dimensional stability
  • Inherent flame retardancy with low smoke evolution
  • Good chemical resistance against automotive fluids, halogenated hydrocarbons, alcohols and aqueous solutions
  • Long-term hydrolytic stability

Quality

We select the best raw materials available from renowned suppliers.

Dedicated people, highest standards.

Production on our state-of-the-art computer-controlled machinery guarantees a truly consistent filament, also between colors and batches.

It will perform as expected, every time.

All our products are 100% traceable to the source.

Tips & tricks

Recommended Print Settings based on 0.4 mm nozzle;

  • Nozzle temp.; 340 – 360°C
  • Nozzle; ≥ 0.4 mm
  • Print speed; 25 mm/s
  • Bed temp.; 160 – 190°C
  • Chamber temp.; 160 – 180°C
  • Bed modification; Glass (PVA glue stick)
  • Drying recommendation
    (optimum properties);
    Vacuum dryer: 125°C, for 8 hours*

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Technical & Mechanical data sheet

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