Wear-resistant filament with higher temperature resistance iglidur J260-PF
iglidur J260 is available as injection moulded, bar stock and 3D printed material (filament) and shows very similar friction and wear specifications in all manufacturing processes. It is therefore a reliable material for product development from prototype up to high volume production. It has the best coefficient of friction and wear of the tribo-filaments, as well as an increased long-term temperature resistance of 120°C. But it is also much more demanding to process: the printer should be able to achieve an extrusion temperature of 280°C and a printing bed temperature of 120°C, and ideally have a heated installation space. Without a heated installation space, only smaller components can be printed. When to use it?
When not to use it?
- If the wear resistance of iglidur I150 or iglidur I180 is not sufficient
- When a higher application temperature of up to 120°C is required.
- From prototype to series: the same material for 3D printing, bar stock and injection moulding
- If your existing 3D printer does not have a build chamber heater (→ iglidur I180-PF)
- When mechanical properties are very important in addition to abrasion resistance (→ iglidur I180-PF, iglidur iglidur I150-PF)
- When complex parts have to be produced