|Extrusion T°||200 – 220 °C|
|Plate T°||40 – 60 °C|
|Enclosure T°||20 °C|
|Linear weight||6.40 g/m @ Ø 1,75|
16,90 g/m @ Ø 2,85
|Density||2.66 g/cm3 (ISO 1183)|
|mass / vol concentration||70% / 48%|
|Total tile||872 min|
|Shrinkage after sintering||10 – 15 %|
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- Create ceramic components with all the advantages of FDM additive fabrication.
- Easy / normal post processing and tooling before sintering.
- Sintering without the need for a chemical debinding step.
- Store Nanovia CR SiC in a dry and dark location, if possible with a desiccant.
- In order to guarantee good printing conditions dehydrate Nanovia Cr SiC at 60°c for 4 hours or longer, when the spools has been exposed to moisture for an extended period.
With it’s printing settings close to standard, the Nanovia ABS AF filament can be used on most commercially available 3D printers.
- Extrusion temperature : between 200 and 220 °C
- Heated bed temperature : between 40 and 60 °C
- In order to protect your equipment we recommend using a nozzle adapted for abrasive materials.
It’s possible to apply normal post treatment techniques on green parts (sanding, polishing, threading, drilling, tooling, etc…), as shown in the following video :
Sintering of Nanovia Cr products is done in two consecutive phases :
- A debinding phase at a relatively low temperature of 400 °C, which evacuates the binding agent.
- A sintering phase directly following the debinding phase at 2050 °C, which fuses the remaining ceramic particles together.
Health and safety
- Please refer to the material data safety sheet.
- Please refer to the used sintering furnace instruction manual.
Spools are packed in individual boxes, sous-vide with desiccant. Spools are equipped with both a material traciblity and a production series number.
Other sizes available up to 25kg on demand