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What are the high-temperature resistant 3D printing materials?

2024-05-08 17:29

01. Thermoplastic materials

Polyimide (PI): This material has excellent high-temperature resistance and can maintain stable performance at temperatures ranging from 200 ° C to 300 ° C. It also has good mechanical properties and chemical stability, making it suitable for manufacturing complex components. In the aerospace field, polyimide is commonly used in the manufacturing of engine components, spacecraft structural components, etc.

Polyether ether ketone (PEEK): It has excellent heat resistance and chemical corrosion resistance, and can maintain stability at a temperature of 250 ° C. Its high strength and stiffness make it an ideal choice in the fields of automotive manufacturing and engineering machinery, such as the manufacturing of automotive engine components and engineering machinery transmission components.

Polyether ether ketone ester (PEKK): It also has good high-temperature resistance and is suitable for applications that require high strength and high-temperature resistance.
 

02. Ceramic materials

Alumina, Silicon Nitride, and Silicon Carbide: These ceramic materials are known for their excellent high-temperature stability and corrosion resistance, making them particularly suitable for applications in high-temperature and corrosive environments, such as furnace parts and chemical equipment, which can withstand temperatures above 1000 ℃.
 

03. Metal materials

Titanium alloy, nickel based high-temperature alloy, and stainless steel: These metal materials are often used in applications that require high strength and high temperature resistance due to their high melting point and high temperature resistance characteristics, such as aviation engines, rocket components, automotive engines, etc., with a temperature tolerance of over 1000 ℃.
 

04. Composite materials

Carbon fiber reinforced composite materials (CFRP) and glass fiber reinforced composite materials (GFRP): These composite materials combine the advantages of various materials, including high temperature resistance, suitable for applications that require high strength and high temperature resistance, such as aerospace, automotive, and sports equipment, with a temperature tolerance of over 1000 ℃.


This material performs well in high-temperature environments and is particularly suitable for manufacturing high-temperature component testing and general components such as HVAC, household appliances, motor casings, and stators. Its thermal deformation temperature can reach 300 ℃, which can maintain the integrity and stability of components in high temperature environments.

The choice of high-temperature resistant 3D printing materials depends on specific application requirements, such as the required high-temperature resistance, complexity of parts, and mechanical properties. When selecting materials, it is recommended to consider factors such as material performance, cost, and processing difficulty comprehensively. If you have any questions, you can also directly consult us.