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Filament IGUS iglidur® C210-PF

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IGUS filaments are stable and wear-resistant materials made of high-performance plastic iglidur®.

  • High chemical resistance
  • High abrasion resistance
  • High-quality processing: suitable for experts
Diameter
  • 1,75mm
  • 3,00mm
Color
  • White
Weight
  • 0,25 kg
Quantity
Out-of-Stock


IGUS iglidur® C210-PF

IGUS iglidur® C210-PF

Materials for 3D printing offered by igus® are stable and resistant to products made of iglidur® high performance plastics.

Filament IGUS iglidur® C210-PF

IGUS filaments are stable and wear-resistant materials made of high-performance plastics and glides. Tribopolymer fibers used to make filaments are up to 50 times more resistant to abrasion than standard 3D printing materials. This allows you to create prototypes and produce small series faster and more economically.

Filamenty IGUS

Extremely high abrasion resistance guarantees a longer life for each printed object. Igus filaments are ideal for moving parts. Igus filaments have been tested mainly in terms of wear resistance, coefficient of friction but also in terms of other material properties.

The filaments are made of high-performance polymer iglidur. Depending on the material selected, it is possible to use the same iglidur material for the 3D prototype in series production. Whether you're working on prototypes or producing small series of components, you can always rely on the tested lifetime of our wear-resistant, high-performance igus plastics.

Filaments IGUS
IGUS iglidur® C210-PF

Wear resistant

In moving parts, the most important aspect is wear. Iglidur materials are wear-resistant, which minimizes wear and increases the life of printed objects. Due to their properties, IGUS filaments are ideal for all areas of application, especially for those in which good friction coefficient and very low wear are very important.

Filamenty IGUS

Application in the automotive industry

Two factors were taken into account when choosing the components fitted to a Formula One racing car: weight and usability. A solution was needed to mount a chassis stabilizer, whose function was to rotate both axles. This resulted in a bearing printed in a 3D printer using Igus filaments. A printed bearing can last for a year without fail.

Filaments IGUS
Filaments IGUS
Filaments IGUS
Filaments IGUS

Data sheet

Filament diameter
1,75 mm / 3 mm
Weight
0,25kg
Outer diameter of the spool
205 mm
Inner diameter of the spool
55 mm
Material suitable for
Expert
Max. moisture absorption (at 23 °C/73 °F, 50% r.h.)
0.3 Wt.-%, test method DIN 53495
Max. water absorption
0.7 Wt.-%
Flexural strength
38 MPa
Max. long-term application temperature
100 °C
Max. short-term application temperature
180 °C
Lower application temperature
-30 °C
Max. recommended surface pressure (at +20 °C/68 °F)
24 MPa
Mould-free according to DIN EN ISA 846 Procedure A
No
Suitable for glue stick
No
Nozzle temperature (min.)
260 °C
Nozzle temperature (max.)
270 °C
Bed temperature (min.)
80 °C
Bed temperature (max.)
90 °C
Recommended adhesion
igus® adhesive film
Construction space
Closed installation space necessary
Component cooling
A component cooling is not necessary, with cooling switched on it is also possible to print

Data sheet

Filament diameter
1,75 mm / 3 mm
Weight
0,25kg
Outer diameter of the spool
205 mm
Inner diameter of the spool
55 mm
Material suitable for
Expert
Max. moisture absorption (at 23 °C/73 °F, 50% r.h.)
0.3 Wt.-%, test method DIN 53495
Max. water absorption
0.7 Wt.-%
Flexural strength
38 MPa
Max. long-term application temperature
100 °C
Max. short-term application temperature
180 °C
Lower application temperature
-30 °C
Max. recommended surface pressure (at +20 °C/68 °F)
24 MPa
Mould-free according to DIN EN ISA 846 Procedure A
No
Suitable for glue stick
No
Nozzle temperature (min.)
260 °C
Nozzle temperature (max.)
270 °C
Bed temperature (min.)
80 °C
Bed temperature (max.)
90 °C
Recommended adhesion
igus® adhesive film
Construction space
Closed installation space necessary
Component cooling
A component cooling is not necessary, with cooling switched on it is also possible to print

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