Alloy 910 Material
Alloy 910 properties and characteristics
- Tensile Stress : 8,100PSI +
- Elongation at Break : 31%
- Transmission : 50%
- Modulus = 72,932 PSI
- Print Temperature : 250C-255°C
- Melting Temperature : 210°C
- Glass Transition Temperature(Tg) : 90°C
- Shrinkage- in/in : 0.0031
- Pyrolysis Thermal Degradation: 349°C
- Shore Hardness :85A
What Is Alloy 910 Material?
Alloy 910 offers the strength and durability of nylon with the same negligible shrink nature of PLA and t-glase.Printed parts provide moderate pliability and are useable up to 200°F, making it an ideal alternative to market leading rigid materials.
- A very durable material with a high tensile profile
- Constant strength under stress providing durability for functionality and form
- Chemical resistance of a nylon
- Prints very well with support materials
- Best adherence to platform is achieved by coating clean glass with PVA at 45-50°C
- certified for use in food handling
Applications of Alloy 910 Material
frames, enclosures, parts requiring high strength and stiffness. Used in 3d forging,prosthetics, robotics assemblies,jewelry printinting etc.