PA12 40% Glass-Filled (PA614-GS)

PA12 40% Glass-Filled (PA614-GS) is a nylon material available for Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing.

PA12 40% Glass-Filled

Product Description

PA 12 40% Glass-Filled is a polyamide powder loaded with glass spheres that add stiffness and dimensional stability. The material possesses higher thermal resistance than unfilled polyamides and exhibits excellent long-term wear resistance. Due to the glass additive, it has decreased impact and tensile strengths compared to other nylons.

 

Key Product Benefits

  • Stiffness and dimensional stability
  • Long-term wear resistance
  • High temperature resistance 


Applications

The material’s stiffness and temperature resistance makes it suited for components like armatures and mounting plates.

Tolerances

For well-designed parts, tolerances of ±0.012 in. plus ±0.002 in./in. for each additional inch can typically be achieved.
Note that tolerances may change depending on part geometry.


PA12 40% Glass-Filled (PA614-GS)Properties

All of the figures contained on this data sheet are approximate and dependent on a number of factors, including but not limited to, machine and process parameters.
The information provided is therefore not binding and not deemed to be certified

Property Test Method Value
Color - White
Sintered Density ASTM D792 1.22 g/cm³
Water absorption (20 °C, 50% relative humidity) ASTM D570 0.5 ± 0.2%
Water absorption, 24 hrs. in boiling water ASTM D570 2.0 ± 0.3%
E-Module (x-y plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 2,000 ± 200 MPa
E-Module (z plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 1,900 ± 200 MPa
Tensile strength (x-y plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 50 ± 4 MPa
Tensile strength (z plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 42 ± 5 MPa
Elongation at break (x-y plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 11 ± 4%
Elongation at break (z plane) ASTM D638, test speed 10mm/min 4 ± 2%
Heat deflection temperature @ 0.46 MPa* ASTM D648 177 °C (350 °F)
Heat deflection temperature @ 1.82 MPa* ASTM D648 86 °C (186 °F)

*From supplier data sheet


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