ApolloX is an engineering-grade material specifically developed for FDM 3D printing. It is known for its exceptional mechanical properties, high heat resistance, and durability. The material is designed to withstand rigorous functional testing and produce end-use parts with reliable performance.
ApolloX exhibits excellent strength, with a high tensile and flexural strength, making it suitable for applications requiring structural integrity and load-bearing capabilities. It also has good resistance to wear and tear, ensuring long-lasting and reliable performance of printed parts.
One of the notable features of ApolloX is its high heat resistance, allowing it to withstand temperatures up to 110ºC. This makes it suitable for applications where parts may be exposed to elevated temperatures or thermal stress.
ApolloX is often used to create functional prototypes of mechanical and structural components. Its high strength, durability, and resistance to wear and tear make it suitable for testing and validation purposes.
With its excellent mechanical properties and heat resistance, ApolloX is also employed in the production of end-use parts. It can be used to manufacture functional components for various industries, such as automotive, aerospace, robotics, and consumer goods.
ApolloX is well-suited for creating jigs and fixtures used in manufacturing processes. Its stability, precision, and resistance to high temperatures make it an ideal choice for producing tooling aids that assist in assembly, alignment, and quality control.
The strength and durability of ApolloX make it suitable for manufacturing custom tools, including tool handles, grips, and fixtures. These tools can be tailored to specific ergonomic requirements and provide excellent mechanical performance.
In some cases, ApolloX can be used for low-volume production tooling applications. Its high-temperature resistance and dimensional stability make it suitable for creating molds, inserts, and other tooling components used in small-scale manufacturing.
|Melt flow rate
|Elongation at Break
|± 235 - 255° C
|Viscat softening Temperature
|± 98° C