Dealing with demanding applications can be a challenge but at ProTek Models we have the answer for you. If your needs require the strongest possible parts, then you may be looking for Ultem 1010 3D printing in Orange CA. This industrial-grade FDM thermoplastic is stronger than belief and can be used for numerous different applications. Read on to learn more about it and then contact ProTek Models with any questions or to request a quote.
Before we get into what you can expect from Ultem 1010 3D printing in Orange CA, let us take a step back and consider what Ultem is. It is what’s known as a PEI, which is short for amorphous thermoplastic polyetherimide. It is a type of resin. It is strong, known for its resistance to extremely high temperatures, and for the fact that it is very stiff. It’s used in high-need industries such as the medical field, automotive industry, and aerospace applications.
Now that you know what Ultem is, let us cover what Ultem 1010 3D printing in Orange CA is. It is what is often referred to as the “next generation” of Fused Deposition Modeling, which is also known as FDM. Ultem 1010 is a very popular grade of PEI that has a very high tensile strength – higher than any other FDM material, in fact. More than that, it also has the highest temperature and chemical resistance. It is bio compatible and offers breakaway support material.
We find that when clients are trying to choose between two types of Ultem, they are often trying to choose between Ultem 9085 and UItem 1010 3D printing in Orange CA. Every application is different, and we will happily cover the differences in regard to your specific project, but generally speaking 9085 is often the choice if toughness and flexibly are essential, while 1010 is better for projects that require strength and resistance to chemicals and extreme temperatures.
There are a number of industries that are likely to choose Ultem 1010 3D printing in Orange CA. They include:
This is of course not a comprehensive list. If you are in an industry that needs the most resistant and strongest option, then this may be the option. Contact ProTek Models at (832) 968-6636 to learn more.