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iglidur® A350-PF, filament for 3D printing

  • Compliant with Regulation (EU) No. 10/2011 and FDA guidelines
  • Available as 3D print filament, as Bar stock and in injection moulding
  • In industry-standard blue
  • Complies with the fire prevention requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration of the USA (FAA) for aircraft interiors
  • Suitable for autoclave
  • High-temperature printer with 180°C build chamber temperature necessary
Product description
The food conformity declarations and data sheets for the iglidur® A350-PF can be found in the download area.

Food-safe high-temperature filament, FDA compliant

iglidur A350-PF is an abrasion-resistant, high-temperature filament developed for the food and packaging industry. The raw material is compliant with EU 10/2011 and FDA food contact regulations, and has the standard blue colour of the industry. It is temperature-resistant up to 180°C, fire-retardant according to UL94-V0 and can be sterilised with superheated steam. Due to its high processing temperature of 340-360°C and a compulsory installation temperature of min. 160°C, a high-temperature 3D printer is required for processing. It is available as injection moulded, bar stock and 3D-printed material.

When do I need it?
  • For applications in the food industry with high application temperatures of up to 180°C
  • From prototype to series: iglidur A350 is available as filament for 3D printing, from Bar stock and in injection moulding
When do I not need it?
  • When high wear resistance at high temperature load is required
  • If, in addition to high application temperatures, high strength is also required or complex parts are to be produced (→ iglidur RW370-PF)
  • If your existing 3D printer does not have a build chamber heater (→ iglidur I151-PF)
Technical data
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