This metallic gray, aluminum-filled polyamide 12 powder is characterized by high rigidity, a metallic appearance and a range of useful post-processing options. The surfaces of Alumide parts can very easily be finished by grinding, polishing or coating. The chip-breaking effect of the aluminum filling simplifies machining. Another great property of Alumide® is its very high temperature resistance, which results in excellent dimensional stability at high temperatures. Parts made from Alumide® can therefore be used in functional applications at high temperatures.
Typical mechanical properties in xy print direction
Strain at break
Melting temperature (20°C/min)
Heat deflection temperature (1.80 MPa)
Heat deflection temperature (0.45 MPa)
Typical applications include prototyping parts with need for excellent surfaces, short term, low pressure and low temperature molds, as well as high quality show parts.
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