Standard: 10 workdays
Standard: ±0.4mm of 0.4% of Technical: ±0.15mm of 0.2%
|Minimum wall thickness||
Standard: dyed black
|Pay attention to||
Avoid thin, long walls. The temperature of the process can cause parts to warp. Due to the process, tolerances in building orientation (Z) are higher and holes are slightly elongated. Also check our guidelines.
|Tensile modulus||ISO 527||3816 ± 150||N/mm2|
|Tensile strength||ISO 527||49 ± 3||N/mm2|
|Elongation at break||ISO 527||3 ± 5||%|
|Flexural modulus||ISO 178||5040 ± 130||N/mm2|
|Vicat softening temperature||ISO 306||B/50: 170 A/50: 180||℃|
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