Also known as ULTEM™ 9085, PEI, or polyetherimide is a versatile thermoplastic used in 3D printing which offers excellent mechanical strength and temperature resistance. Learn about the benefits and request your sample part.
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Join AON3D's 3D printing application and materials experts for an on demand 30-minute session that covers all the key information you need, including: Exciting applications from leading industries already printing parts from PEEK, PEKK, and ULTEM™. What sets these three ultra-high-performance polymers apart from other filaments.
At the top of the thermoplastic pyramid sit three polymers; PEEK, PEKK and ULTEM (PEI) - some of the strongest thermoplastics in the additive manufacturing world. With properties that include incredible strength, temperature resistance and chemical resistances, it's clear why so many engineers across so many industries have looked to these materials for their applications.
AON3D's printers support the strongest 3D printable plastics including high-strength, chemically-resistant and flexible varieties. From PEEK - the strongest printable thermoplastic to ABS a high performing economical plastic for temperatures between -20°C and 80°C, AON3D's industrial 3D printer can fabricate ultra high-performance thermoplastics.
AON3D formed to fill a massive gap in the fused filament fabrication (FFF) 3-D printing market. “There were two types of 3-D printers: desktop consumer printers that are generally used to make trinkets and toys using a limited variety of weak plastics, and $250,000-plus industrial printers that, while functional, only worked with a limited range of proprietary plastic filaments,...
PEEK (polyether ether ketone) is the strongest 3D printable thermoplastic in the world and possesses an extremely high maximum operating temperature, allowing it to be used as a direct substitute for metals in many situations.
Nylon (PA – polyamides) covers a semi-crystalline family of polymers that have many applications in 3D printing. Nylon’s high strength-to-weight ratio and low friction coefficient make it ideal for a wide range of applications.