Roboze’s engineered PEEK, one of the most advanced 3D printing materials, placed under significant thermal stress. An amazing video Roboze, the world’s best beltless FFF 3D printer manufacturers, conducted a unique thermal inertia test on Roboze’s PEEK material. PEEK is known as one of the best performing thermoplastic polymers in the world, both in terms of mechanical and thermal properties. This test demonstrated how Roboze’s PEEK material reacts under the stress of continuous high temperatures of up to 245°C for an extended period of time, only losing 35% of its properties compared to the material under the original standard conditions. Using the Roboze One+400 to print a 25 x 25 x 10 (mm) block, the PEEK material, is placed in direct contact with a heated electric resistor at temperature of 245°C for 8 hours and 30 minutes. The excellent thermal resistance and mechanical properties of PEEK make it one of the most widely sought after polymers in various high impact applications and in conditions that require prolonged heat resistance over time. It can thus be used in applications for aerospace, defence, automotive, mechanical and aeronautics. Roboze has once again broken the boundaries of high-temperature thermoplastic polymers. Thanks to the Roboze team, the company will keep striving in its search for new top quality materials and engineering revolutionary solutions for the world of 3D printing. See it to believe it.
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