Ice9 Aero PEKK - Thermally Conductive - Grey - 1.75mm - 0.25 KG

$165.00

SKU: 27-B-6-D-9724 TCPoly

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3d filament net weight MATERIAL NET WEIGHT: 0.25KG
Custom sizes may be available, contact us for details.
3d print settings PRINT SETTINGS: SEE BELOW.
Print settings listed in the product description below.
3d data sheet Canada DATA SHEETS & COFC: AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
Contact us to inquire about documentation availability.

TCPOLY 3D PRINTING MATERIALS

TCPoly has developed proprietary materials that enable printing of value add parts with enhanced functionalities. Our first commercial product, the ice9™ Thermally Conductive Filament, is the world’s highest thermal conductivity 3D printing plastic and can conduct heat 50x higher than traditional plastics. This allows for 3D printing of new heat transfer products for electronics thermal management, heat exchangers, mold tooling and many other industries.

TCPoly offers the highest thermal conductivity for 3D printing filaments. With up to 15 W/m-K, TCPoly filaments offer unparalleled thermal performance in 3D printed parts for electronics cooling and other heat transfer applications.
•  Matches the thermal conductivity of stainless steel
•  Half the density of Aluminum
 •  High toughness and high flexibility
 •  High corrosion and fouling resistance
 •  Electrically insulating or non-insulating (EMI/RFI shielding)
 •  Up to 15 W/m-K for printed parts, up to 8 W/m-K in filament for sale

Ice9 Aero is a PEKK based thermally conductive filament with temperature stability above 250°C. The filament is electrically non-insulating and has a thermal conductivity of 2 W/m-K in the print direction. This filament is ideal for mold tooling and any applications requiring high strength and temperature stability. Ice9 Aero requires a high temperature printer with a hot end temperature 400°C.

Max use temperature: 290°C

TCPoly products are proudly made in the USA.

3d printing temperature guideline Printing
Temperature:

Notes:

370°C - 400°C
  • Heated bed 95-150°C
  • Heated Chamber Required, temperature 50-100°C
  • Downloadable slicing profiles an detailed print settings available at TCPoly.com