Nylon PA12 glass beads
The Nylon PA12 GB is added 40% with glass beads to improve stiffness and resistance to wear and heat resistance. Perfect for automotive, industrial, and consumer applications, these glass beads are the perfect choice for your needs.
- It is the material with the highest thermal resistance for HP MJF
- Rigid and resistant structure
- Good wear resistance
- Fragile behaviour for thin thicknesses
- Difficult to print in large formats
- Parts with large flat surfaces can deform
- 3D printing process: MJF
- Tolerance: <100mm ± 0,40mm; >100mm± 0,4%
- Max size: 380x284x380mm; 15x11.2x15in
- Lead time: <5 days
Nylon PA12 GB (PA12 added with glass beads) is a versatile and essential material for creating parts.
It is often used for creating seals in mechanical, electrical and electronic products and for creating functional parts which require hinge operations.
The material has a very low coefficient of friction, making it ideal for designs which require a smooth sliding action. It is also incredibly reliable for creating parts with durability and longevity.
Parts produced from nylon PA12 GB have excellent dimensional stability, allowing for accuracy of fit and operation.
Additionally, the material is also resistant to attack from chemicals, providing security against environmental damage.
Nylon PA12 GB is an ideal choice for parts used in the food and beverage industry, as they meet the most stringent hygiene standards.
This versatile material is also an ideal choice for use in demanding outdoor applications, as the material is highly resistant to the effects of UV light and high temperatures.
Nylon PA12 GB also provides great thermal and electrical insulation properties, making them suitable for many building and design components.
The strength of parts produced using this material makes them suitable for large industrial applications, providing many years of service.
|Tensile breaking load||31 MPa|
|Modulus of elasticity||2900 MPa|
|Elongation at break||7%|
|Flexural modulus||2400 MPa|
|HDT 0.45 MPa||171 ºC|
|Izod impact resistance||3,6 kJ/m²|