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The Kimya TPC-ESD 3D filament belongs to the thermoplastic copolyester family: is an elastomer. TPC is obtained by copolymerization of two types of monomers: an ester (a rigid segment) and an ether (a flexible segment)....
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The Kimya TPC-ESD 3D filament belongs to the thermoplastic copolyester family: is an elastomer. TPC is obtained by copolymerization of two types of monomers: an ester (a rigid segment) and an ether (a flexible segment). Its-ESD€� formulation also provides protection against electrostatic discharge. It offers resistance to chemicals and to impacts and has a Shore hardness of 91 A. It can be used to print flexible, elastic parts. The Kimya TPC-ESD 3D filament is used in industry to produce connectors, sensors, measuring devices, etc. It has the following properties:
|Diameter||INS-6712||1.75 ± 0.1 mm|
|Density||ISO 1183-1||1.2 g/cm3|
|Moisture rate||INS-6711||< 1 %|
|Melt flow index (MFI)||ISO 1133-1 (@210°C“ 2,16 kg)||21 - 25 g/10min|
|Melting Temperature (Tm)||ISO 11357-1 DSC (10°C/min“ 0-300°C)||160 °C|
|Printing Speed||20-60 mm/s|
|Infill||100% - rectilinear|
|Surface resistivity||ASTM D257||107 - 109 Ohms/m²|
|Tensile modulus||ISO 37/2/500||46 MPa|
|Tensile Strength||ISO 37/2/500||13.1 MPa|
|Tensile Stress at Break||ISO 37/2/500||12.8 MPa|
|Tensile strain at break||ISO 37/2/500||<400 %|
|Flexural modulus||ISO 178||54 MPa|
|Flexural stress at conventional deflection (3,5% strain)*||ISO 178||2 MPa|
|Charpy impact resistance||ISO 179-1/1eA||No Break|
|Shore Hardness||ISO 868||91A|
Note 1 *According to ISO 178, end of the test at 5% deformation even if there is no specimen break.
Note 2 The data should be considered as indicative values - Properties can be influenced by production conditions.
|Highlight 2||Easy To Print|