FFF/FDM 3D Printing Plastic Material
Tensile Strength (ISO 527) – 63 MPa
Tensile Modulus (ISO 527) – 3800 MPa
Flexural Strength (ISO 178) – 84 MPA
Flexural Modulus (ISO 178) – 3750 MPa
Glass Transition Temperature, Tg (ISO 11357-1 DSC) – 70°C
Heat Deflection Temperature (ISO 75) – 147°C
Based on TDS provided by the Manufacturer.
Technical Data Sheet available upon request.
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