Test performed at 1mm/min on 3D printed test specimins at 0°, along with the tension stress.
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Create food safe and certified endocrine disruptor free prints with our Nanovia ABS EF filament.
ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is a widley used thermoplastic for automobile bodywork, construction toys, and various high tech equipment.
It’s characterized by it’s high shock resistance, its ability to be welded and smoothed with acetone, and its low mass.
Enclosure printed with Nanovia ABS EF – made by Objet Maker
With it’s printing settings close to standard, the Nanovia ABS EF filament can be used on most commercially available 3D printers.
Health and safety
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Endocrine disruptor test:
1 Method OEDT – SERPBIO Laboratory. Sample : NANOVIA 3D filament ABS EF.
Study: Measuring the activity of the human estrogenic receptors expressed in S. cerevisiae (SW303.1B).
Every measurement is reproduced 3 times independently with the different contents of the tested sample.
Results: The obtained data shows that the tested product does not influence the measured activity.
Note on the ratio of circulating plasmic œstradiol: With menopaused women / with men: * [4×10-11M – 2×10-10M] with pre menopaused women (excluding ovulation): [1×10-10M – 5×10-10M] / with women (ovulation): [2×10 -9m] * a value is considered critical when it exceeds [2×10-11M].
CONCLUSION: The tested material can be considered absent of endocrine disruptors.
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