PA12 Blue MD

The Bold, The Blue, The Beautiful

PA12 Blue MD voor door-en-door, voedselveilige en detecteerbare onderdelen

The next level in the evolution of 3D-printed parts. A fusion of reliability and aesthetic perfection, PA12 Blue MD is where top-notch performance meets the brilliance of blue.


A Foundation in PA12 – Stability Redefined

PA12 Blue MD isn’t just any ordinary material; it’s based on a carbon-reduced PA12. With a legacy rooted in PA12—a material celebrated for its stable, durable parts—PA12 Blue MD inherits these esteemed traits and builds upon them. A proven track-record in 3D-printed part-production makes this variant not just reliable but also an industry benchmark.

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Consistently Blue – Inside Out!

Aesthetic matters. With PA12 Blue MD, the beauty isn’t just on the surface but radiates from within. Unlike other dyed parts that disappoint with unsightly white streaks after wear, every inch of our parts beams with an enduring blue. Authenticity, consistency, and brilliance, all packed into one.

PA12 Blue MD is metaal en X-ray detecteerbaar


Metal and X-ray detectable

PA12 Blue MD stands tall and proud in the diverse world of applications. . Its certifications, characteristic industry-blue hue, and exceptional detectability make it an unbeatable choice for food-processing and handling. But that’s not all. Medical applications, where detectability is paramount, also find PA12 Blue MD an indispensable ally.


EC1935/2004 Certification – Europe’s Assurance of Safety

PA12 Blue MD is also certified according to EC1935/2004 – a major European standard dedicated to materials and articles intended to come into contact with food. This regulation ensures that any such material does not transfer its constituents to food in quantities that could endanger human health or bring about an unacceptable change in the composition of the food. With this certification, PA12 Blue MD proves its commitment to safeguarding the health and wellbeing of consumers across the European continent.


FDA Certification – Meeting Global Benchmarks

But we don’t stop at just one continent. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is renowned globally for its stringent standards when it comes to food-contact materials. PA12 Blue MD takes pride in being FDA-certified, ensuring it aligns with international safety benchmarks. When you choose PA12 Blue MD for your food-processing applications, rest assured, you’re opting for a material that stands up to rigorous scrutiny and passes with flying colors.


Together, these certifications underscore our dedication to quality and safety. It’s not just about producing a material that looks good and performs well. It’s about ensuring that every part created with PA12 Blue MD adheres to global safety standards, guaranteeing peace of mind to manufacturers and consumers alike.

Food safety isn’t just a standard—it’s a promise. With PA12 Blue MD, that promise is etched in every particle, making it the go-to choice for businesses that prioritize both quality and safety. Because at the end of the day, what matters most is the assurance that the material touching our food is as pristine as the food itself.

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Carbon Reduced – For a Greener Tomorrow

t the heart of PA12 Blue MD is a promise—a promise to our planet. Crafted from carbon-reduced PA12, it takes a significant step towards minimizing environmental impact. Because while we cherish the present, we’re equally committed to preserving the future.


Condition Value Unit
Tensile modulus ISO 527 1800 ± 150 N/mm2
Tensile strength ISO 527 49 ± 3 N/mm2
Elongation at break ISO 527 10 ± 5 %
Vicat softening temperature ISO 306 B/50: 170 A/50: 180

Still not convinced?

Perhaps 3D printing has not been used for production as long as turning, milling or injection molding. As an engineer, you don’t really have a “feel” with printed parts yet. Don’t know how 3D printed products hold up in your machines. And we understand that!

So: do you have a 3D printing application in mind? Just want to mount a 3D printed part in your machine to try it out? Have a part made to see if it will indeed stay whole? If so, contact Neil for a free sample. Round of business!