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3D printing ESD  

I8-ESD: Electrostatically dissipative laser sintering material

Laser sintering powder for all commonly used laser sintering systems and 3D print service for wear-resistant components

Electrostatically dissipative laser sintering material for long-lived, abrasion-resistant 3D printing components. Ideal for applications in the electronics industry, where ESD properties are essential for avoiding damage to electronic components. Also interesting for all other industries where it is important to avoid electrostatic charges.  
 
Moreover, iglidur® I8-ESD is especially remarkable for its especially great rigidity, which ensures that produced parts exhibit less deformation given the same load. Like all other igus® 3D printing materials, I8-ESD contains solid lubricants which ensure especially low friction and make additional lubrication unnecessary.


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Tech up  
Tech up

  • Electrostatically dissipative (ESD)
  • Contact resistance 10^6 to 10^9 ohms * cm
  • Excellent service life – for example, a pivoting abrasion resistance factor of 2 to PA 12
  • Can be processed on regular laser sintering systems
  • Lubrication-free and maintenance-free

cost down  
Cost down

  • No
    minimum order quantity, no tool costs
  • Delivery time: three days outbound
  • Component entirely black, no additional dyeing necessary

proof  
Proof

  • ESD properties are essential, particularly in the electronics industry, for avoiding damage to electronic components
  • Also interesting for all other industries where it is important to avoid electrostatic charges
  • Tested 3D printing

Recycle  
Sustainability

  • No lubrication necessary
  • Can be recycled
  • 3D printing: low material requirements, since there is no waste or sprue

Tested! iglidur® I8-ESD wear test

iglidur® I8 wear test  
Pivot wear 2MPa 0.01m/s

Vertical axis: wear rate [µm/km]

iglidur® I8 wear test  
Linear wear: 1 Mpa 0.1m/s stroke 5mm

Vertical axis: wear rate [µm/km]

With its five decades of expertise in wear-resistant components made of self-lubricating high-performance polymers, igus offers new possibilities in 3D printing. The iglidur polymers have been specifically developed for 3D printing and are a lot more wear-resistant compared to regular 3D printing materials. Hence, wear resistance and friction are at the same level as with conventionally produced iglidur plain bearings. This shows that the igus 3D printing materials have been designed specifically for industrial use as durable function parts.  
The iglidur 3D printing polymers are thoroughly tested in the in-house test lab with regard to wear and friction. That way, the service life of igus 3D printing components, e.g. as gears or plain bearings, can be calculated online in advance. In addition to special polymers for applications in specific surroundings, igus offers expert advice, practical online tools and configurators, as well as free samples of our materials and products made out of them.

 

More information on 3D printing at igus

3D printing at igus

3D printing material, filaments and laser sintering powder  

Learn more about our services, processes, filaments, laser sintering powder, rapid tooling, rapid prototyping and much more.
 
 


Industrial 3D printing

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3D printing sample box  

Order the free sample box with samples of filaments, components and post-processed specimens and see for yourself the quality and special features of our 3D printing products.


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Wear resistance put to the test

3D printing wear tests  

Wear-resistant plastics from the 3D printer - to keep this promise, we regularly test our products regarding friction, load and service life in our in-house test lab.  


Tribology tests of 3D print material

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