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High temperatures

High-temperature resistant AM materials are made from ‘super’ polymers such as PPS, polysulphones or PEEK. They enable uses where medium to high temperature resistance is required, together with excellent chemical and hydrolysis resistance and, often, self-extinguishing properties. Available in both virgin and filled or reinforced versions.


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  • LAPEX A AM F1

    PES (Polyetheresulfone) | Compound for FFF and FGF 3D printing | High temperature resistant | Self-extinguishing | Suitable for food contact | Colourable

    $1.00
  • LAPEX A AM K/20

    PES (Polyetheresulphone) reinforced carbon fibre | Compound for FFF and FGF 3D printing | Structural | High temperature resistant | Antistatic | Self-extinguishing

    $1.00
  • LARTON AM E

    PPS (Polyphenylene Sulphide) | Compound for FFF 3D printing | High temperature resistant | Self-extinguishing | Chemically resistant

    $1.00
  • LARTON AM K/10

    PPS (Polyphenylene Sulphide) reinforced carbon fibre | Compound for FFF and FGF 3D printing | Structural | High temperature resistant | Self-extinguishing | Antistatic | Chemically resistant

    $1.00
  • LARTON AM K/15

    PPS (Polyphenylene Sulphide) reinforced carbon fibre | Compound for FFF and FGF 3D printing | Structural | High temperature resistant | Self-extinguishing | Antistatic | Chemically resistant

    $1.00
  • LARTON AM K/30

    PPS (Polyphenylene Sulphide) reinforced carbon fibre | FGF 3D printing compound | Structural | High temperature resistant | Self-extinguishing | Antistatic | Chemically resistant

    $1.00

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