PEI - Polyetherimide

Polyetherimide (PEI) material is an amorphous thermoplastic part of polyimides thermoplastics. Unfilled PEI thermoplastic is translucent and amber in color with exceptional mechanical, thermal and electrical properties.
PEI plastic has similar characteristics to the polyarylsulphones (PSU, PPSU, PESU), while simultaneously offering significant advantages.

PEI is mainly used for electrical and electronic applications, household appliances, aircraft interior design, automotive (under engine hood, interior parts, etc.), medical, etc.


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Main 3D printing parameters

Advised nozzles Brass 0.25 | 0.4 | 0.6 | 0.8 | 1.0 | 1.2 mm
Printing temperatures 350 - 420°C
Buildplate substrate HT buildplate
Builplate temperature 130 - 150°C

Typical properties

Tensile strength at break
105 MPa
Charpy notched impact strength
4 KJ/m2
Tensile modulus
3 200 MPa
Elongation at break
6%

Typical properties; not to be construed as specifications.
DIN EN ISO 527-2 & ISO 179/1eA.

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