When you are dealing with a very demanding, complicated application that requires 3D printing with only the strongest parts, then Ultem 1010 3D printing in San Bernardino CA may be exactly what you are looking for. It is strong, industrial grade, and made from FDM thermoplastic. It can be used in many industries and applications, and we are happy to discuss the specifics when you contact ProTek Models at (909) 477-6866.
Before we describe the process of Ultem 1010 3D printing in San Bernardino CA, it is important to understand what Ultem is. It is what’s known as an amorphous thermoplastic polyetherimide, or PEI for short, type of resin. It provides incredibly elevated thermal resistance, impressive strength, and excellent stiffness. It is also resistant to numerous chemicals. For these reasons it is commonly used in the aerospace, medical, and automotive industries or other industries that require strength and resilience that other types of thermoplastics cannot provide.
Ultem is a general term but Ultem 1010 3D printing in San Bernardino CA refers to a specific option within the next generation of Fused Deposition Modeling (which is also known as FDM). Ultem 1010 is a specific type of PEI that is often chosen when a client needs something with the strongest possible tensile strength within FDM, or the highest resistance to temperatures. Ultem also has the highest resistance to many chemical types.
You may wonder: What are the other options within the Ultem family? How does Ultem 1010 3D printing in San Bernardino CA compare to them? All applications are unique and we are happy to talk about your unique needs to determine which will best fill its needs. However, generally speaking you can expect that another top choice, 9085, is more likely to be used when toughness and flexibility are essential while 1010 is often the choice when the top priorities are strong, chemical-, and temperature-resistant properties.
There are a number of industries that are likely to choose Ultem 1010 3D printing in San Bernardino 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 (909) 477-6866 to learn more.