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• Lower melting temperature than PTFE
• More flexible than PTFE
• Low dielectric constant (insulating)
• Chemically inert
• Very low co-efficient of friction
• Antistick properties
• UV resistant (does not age)
• Not hygroscopic (water absorption <0.01%)
• FDA approved
• Working temperature from -200°C to +205°C
FEP is more difficult to print than our Fluorinar-PVDF.
YOu need high temperatures: 320-380ºC and heated bed ± 160ºC and closed printer.
Ventilation is very important
Alternatif for FEP:
Fluorinar-PVDF-C easy to print (±250ºC) on any 3d printer with a heated bed; no warping.
|Nozzle||320ºC - 380ºC|