TitanX is a premium material used in FDM 3D printing known for its exceptional strength, durability, and heat resistance. It is a high-performance filament that offers a wide range of applications in various industries.
With its excellent mechanical properties, TitanX is capable of producing robust and reliable prints. It has high tensile strength, allowing for parts that can withstand mechanical stress and heavy loads. The material exhibits good impact resistance, making it suitable for applications where durability and toughness are essential.
TitanX is widely used for creating functional prototypes, especially for applications that require high mechanical strength and heat resistance. It can withstand rigorous testing and functional use, making it suitable for engineering and industrial applications.
Due to its excellent durability and resistance to wear, TitanX is often utilized for producing tooling and manufacturing aids. It can withstand repeated use and provide reliable support in various manufacturing processes, such as jigs, fixtures, and molds.
TitanX is capable of producing robust and reliable end-use parts suitable for a range of applications. Its strength and durability make it ideal for creating components in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and machinery, where functional parts need to withstand mechanical stress and challenging environments.
With its heat resistance and mechanical properties, TitanX is used to create functional components that require stability under high temperatures. This makes it suitable for applications such as electrical housings, connectors, brackets, and heat-resistant parts.
TitanX's ability to provide strong and durable prints makes it suitable for customized consumer products. It is used to create personalized items, such as smartphone cases, consumer electronics accessories, and household tools, that require both functional performance and aesthetics.
|Impact Strength||58 KJ/m²|
|Tensile Strength||43.6 MPa|
|Tensile Modulus||2030 MPa|
|Specific Gravity||1.10 g/cc|
|Melt Flow Rate||41 g/10min|
|Elongation at Break||34%|
|Melting Temperature||± 235 ± 10° C|
|Viscat Softening Temperature||± 97° C|