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igus® Ltd.

Caswell Road

Northampton, NN4 7PW

01604 677240

iglidur® i190, filament for 3D printing

  • Flexural strength up to 80 MPa, best iglidur filament
  • Excellent service life - 50 times higher abrasion resistance than ABS
  • Can be processed easily on commercially available 3D printers

Material profile for Bambu Lab X1C, Prusa MK3/MK4/XL and Ultimaker S5/S7/Factor 4 available for download: Go to printing profiles overview
Product description
The material profiles for processing iglidur i190 on the Bambu Lab X1C as well as Prusa 3D printers can be found on this page in the "Downloads" tab.
The material profile for Ultimaker printers is available for download in their Cura marketplace: Go to Ultimaker Marketplace

Here you will find an overview of all the material profiles that we offer for download: Go to printing profiles overview

Flexible and wear-resistant filament - iglidur i190

iglidur i190 is characterised by high wear resistance, as the material is enriched with solid lubricants. It can be processed on regular 3D printers, but a closed 3D printer is recommended. Due to its high wear resistance and excellent mechanical specifications (strength, toughness, coating adhesion), it is an all-round material that is suitable for most applications and 3D printers. Of all igus tribofilaments, only iglidur RW370 has a higher strength than iglidur i190, making iglidur i190 the tribofilament® with the highest strength that can be processed on regular 3D printers. It can also withstand a long-term application temperature of up to 90 °C (after tempering the component). With the Bonding agent for tribofilaments iglidur i190 can be processed on conventional print bed surfaces (e.g. glass). The filament is very sensitive to moisture and should be stored in a drying container and actively dried regularly.

When to use it?
  • For all types of applications where low friction and high wear resistance are important
  • If an easy to process tribo-filament is required.
  • When higher strengths are required.
When not to use it?
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