Apium PEEK 450 in Natural
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  • Apium PEEK 450 1.75mm 500g
  • Apium PEEK 450 1.75mm 500g

Apium PEEK 450 1.75mm 500g

Apium PEEK 450 filament is a highly resistant, semi-crystaline thermoplastic material. It is ideal for applications requiring thermal, chemical, and mechanical exceptional conditions. Industries like Automotive, Aerospace, Medical, Electronics, and Oil & Gas use this material for its excellent characteristics.

$435.00
Tax included
Colors
  • Black
  • Blue
  • Natural
Quantity
Available for order.

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With the continued cooperation and commitment to providing the highest quality of material, Apium guarantees the purity and dimensional tolerances of all their materials. They focus and develop high-performing materials to fulfil their suitability for FFF 3D printing technology always.


Apium PEEK Material:

The particular properties of the PEEK 450 make this material ideal for the production of parts requiring exceptional resistance. For applications like Automotive or Aerospace, the PEEK material allows users to print high strength and resistant parts to temperature, wear, chemical and mechanical substances. Increase your design freedom and create complex parts with Apium PEEK filament.

This filament is available in 3 different colours: black, beige and blue.



Applications: Automotive, Aerospace, Medical, Electronics, Oil & Gas

Key features:

  • Good fatigue performance
  • High temperature, wear, chemical and mechanical resistance
  • Suitable for sterilisation
  • Extremely stable
  • High stress crack resistance
  • Excellent strength
















APM00002

Data sheet

Nozzle Diameter (mm)
1.75
Colour
Natural, Black, Blue
Weight
500g
Tensile Strength
97 MPa
Tensile Modulus
3.7 GPa
Flexural Strength
131.18 MPa
Flexural Modulus
2.65 GPa
Compressive Strength
93.8 MPa
Shore D hardness
84.26
Tensile Elongation
29%

Specific References