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02-20-2019

Temperature-Resistant PA Powder for 3D Printing

Thermal Properties Modified

Evonik Resource Efficiency GmbH, Essen, Germany, has developed a polymer powder for applications in higher temperature range as part of its polyamide 6 series.

The product further expands the company’s portfolio of high-performance materials for powder-based 3D printing technologies.

Demonstration part made from the new polymer powder of the polyamide 6 series. The material has been specially developed for applications in the higher temperature range (© Evonik)

Demonstration part made from the new polymer powder of the polyamide 6 series. The material has been specially developed for applications in the higher temperature range (© Evonik)

The new polyamide powder features high mechanical strength as well as good chemical and temperature resistance. Its heat deflection temperature (HDT B) is around 195°C. Moreover, the powder material stands out for its low water absorption – below 3% –, which, according to the company, has a positive effect on processability in 3D printing and the dimensional stability of printed 3D components.

The new polymer powder with its nearly round grain shape stands out for good flowability and application properties, making it suitable for all powder-based 3D printing technologies. A proprietary procedure of Evonik is employed to produce the high-temperature material at the company’s Marl site in Germany.

Additional information
  • 01-18-2019

    Powdery 3D Printing Materials

    Evonik Acquires Startup Structured Polymers

    The acquisition will provide Evonik access to the new patented technology of Structured Polymers that will allow the company to expand its portfolio of specialty polymer powders in the additive manufacturing market.   more

  • 02-15-2018

    Evonik Increases Polyamide 12 Capacity

    New Plant for Vestosint Production in Marl, Germany

    The new facility primarily produces high-performance powders for the 3D printing market, which is expanding heavily with double-digit growth rates.   more

Company profile

Evonik Resource Efficiency GmbH

Rellinghauser Str. 1-11
DE 45128 Essen
Tel.: 201 177-01

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