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ULTEM 1010 vs 9085: What's the difference, and which is better? 3D Printing Filament 2020

ULTEM™: Polyetherimide. But what's up with the different grades? Rob and Cole discuss their experience with the materials in open-material 3D printers, and some of the technical specs of each material, compared.

Essentially, 9085 is a tougher material, but not quite as rigid -- and much easier to print. However, 1010 is stiffer, higher temp, and has some unique certifications of it's own.

Cole and Rob get into it for this one, so be sure to get the golden nuggets while you can!

At Vision Miner, we specialize in Functional 3D printing, especially high-performance plastics like PEEK, ULTEM, PPSU, PPS, CFPA, and more.

If you're interested in using functional 3D printing and materials in your business, feel free to reach out, and we can help you make the right choice for your application.

Call 833-774-6863 or email contact@visionminer.com, and we're here to help!
Anyone700 : Seems like not many people are good at qualifying suppliers on alibaba. I have gotten great PEI 1010 off alibaba at $100/kg.
TheEtbetween : Is nylon x stronger than peek?
interceptore309 : Forgive me but I am somewhat new to 3D printing. What kind of printer setup do I need to print with this? Can I print using an open printer or dose it need to be closed and heated? I have and ender 3 right now and I am getting a artillery sidewinder x1. Will they work?
Juan Pablo Donayre Quintana : What kind of printer can be used with ULTEM 9085 ? I mean, best balance between cost and capability. Can you give us some Printer models that can be used with ultem 9085 please ?
Ember Sky Media : If I wanted to start printing in ULTEM, what printer would your recommend that meets the required temperature specs? I'm looking at making small parts for an engineering project.

ULTEM 1010 - 3D Printing Materials (all you need to know)

In this video on ULTEM 1010 for 3D printing, you'll learn what this incredible FDM thermoplastic(made for extreme conditions) is capable of and why ULTEM 1010's properties make it such a strong and durable material.

00:00 What is Ultem 1010? First, we'll go over Ultem's history, what 3D printers it's used in and its most important aspects.

00:35 What kind of material is Ultem 1010? Here we'll discuss what kind of thermoplastic Ultem 1010 is, how it's similar to PEEK and how it gets 3D printed.

01:00 Next, we'll go over some of Ultem 1010's properties. These include Ultem 1010's glass transition temperature and ultimate tensile strength.

01:15 Ultem 1010's strength. Here, we'll start discussing what makes Ultem 1010 such a unique material, starting with its strength.

01:35 Ultem 1010's heat resistance. You'll learn that this material can withstand high temperatures. We'll go over some applications in which this is important.

02:13 Ultem 1010's chemical resistance. Explained is what makes ultem better than other amorphous thermoplastics in relation to chemical resistance.

02:47 Ultem 1010's good FST(flame, smoke, toxicity) score. You'll see how hard it is to ignite Ultem and how little flame or smoke it produces when coming into contact with fire.

3:12 Ultem 1010's unique certifications. Lastly, ultem's unique certifications are discussed.

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What is ULTEM™ 1010? High Performance Filaments for 3D Printing

In this video, we talk about the uses, functions, and properties of ULTEM™ 1010 3D Printing filament. This new material is extremely strong, chemically resistant, heat resistant, and a slew of other desirable properties!

With its high ultimate tensional and flexural strength, flame resistance, outstanding rheology resulting in a great dimensional stability, high work temperature and high chemical resistance and biocompatibility, ULTEM™ 1010 is used in a variety of high performance applications in aerospace, medical devices, automotive and electrical/electronics applications.

ULTEM™ is a semi-transparent, high-strength filament that gives users the ability to create quality parts in the FDM process. The items you produce will have excellent properties because ULTEM™ can withstand high temperatures. Due to its thermal and chemical stability, ULTEM™ material is ideal for medical devices, aircraft components (this material is certified for commercial aerospace projects), and automotive applications. Unlike other thermoplastics, ULTEM™ is an actual production plastic that allows you to create complex designs. It’s a part of the polyetherimide family, meaning it can endure high-stress processes. Overall, it’s a great choice if you need to confidently print a variety of parts on low-volume production; it’s reliable, powerful, versatile, and non-toxic. Plus, you won’t experience any cracking or warping after molding your parts. Whether you’re operating a large or small company, this thermoplastic is ideal for use in advanced prototyping because it can effortlessly produce the complex parts you need. If you want to buy certified ULTEM™ filament, view our online selection. While ULTEM™ doesn’t cost as much as PEEK, it’s still costly compared to other materials; however, the results will be worth it.

For ULTEM™ 3D printing processes, we find that INTAMSYS printers are top performers. We recommend the Funmat HT model because its advanced thermal system provides industrial quality results. You can also use the Funmat Pro HT to print objects from ULTEM™ filament; it’s ideal for large batch production. An INTAMSYS printer promises high quality at a reasonable price; ULTEM™ is also easy to machine-finish, for perfect dimensional accuracy.

If you have questions about ULTEM™ 3D printing, call or text us anytime at 1-833-774-6863. We want to ensure the ULTEM™ printer you purchase best serves your specific facility.

Be sure to check out our other videos and how-to guides, on how to level the buildplate, load your filament, and print your first successful print in PEEK! The same process goes for ULTEM™, PPSU, and other high-temp filaments.

We're here to make your experience with the Intamsys Funmat 3D Printers a breeze -- so you can start saving, and MAKING money right away.

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lance phelps : Hi rob could we try printing that guide in ultima 1010
Isaac Bulford : Any tips on printing ultem 1010? Would it be possible on a budget printer like an ender 3 or would it require a specialised machine?
sina primus : can we use this filament with a (prusa i3) 3d printer???
david,r. massey : Very interesting. Could do auto body panels covered with carbon-fiber prepeg, then auroclaved. Stuff should withstand heats and pressures evolved.?
Ted Style : Can we send you cad files and have them printed?




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