PETG stands for polyethylene terephthalate processed with glycol. The solid, resistant material is an inexpensive all-rounder that is equipped with a halogen-free flame retardant for improved flame protection. The high-performance plastic is ideally suited for FDM printing, meets the UL94 V0 test specifications and covers a wide range of applications such as housings, covers or functional prototypes. The most cost-effective material for flame-retardant 3D printing offers heat resistance according to UNE-EN ISO 306 up to 80° C and is RoHS and REACH compliant.
About the material: PETG-FR
Onyx-FR is a carbon fiber-reinforced plastic for FDM printing that can show its advantages in applications where flame retardancy combined with low weight and increased strength are important. Onyx is a blend of nylon with 15% percent carbon short fibers, which give the high-strength thermoplastic not only excellent heat resistance but also wear-resistant surface properties. Onyx-FR offers medium heat resistance at 0.45 Mpa (80° - 150° C) and meets UL94 V0 requirements.
About the material: Onyx-FR
ULTEM 9085 is a high-performance plastic for additive manufacturing in FDM 3D printing, which is particularly impressive due to its high heat resistance up to 153 ° C. ULTEM 9085 is a thermoplastic that is permanently flame retardant according to UL94-V0. The high-performance plastic also meets FST safety standards and is particularly suitable for lightweight construction, as the material does not deform even under heavy pressure.
About the material: ULTEM 9085
PA-FR is a flame-retardant PA12 with a sandy finish, which is used in the SLS process to produce parts that have to withstand continuous loads in daily use. PA-FR enables almost completely free design of even the most complex geometries through support-free 3D printing. In addition to excellent flame retardancy, PA-FR also offers good, flexible properties. The high-performance plastic is the preferred choice for complex geometries.
You can obtain the material on the stores via "individual inquiry".