PLEASE NOTE: To print this material an industrial grade 3D Printer like the FUNMAT HT or FUNMAT PRO HT is required. Due to the demanding printing requirements for this material we cannot guarantee success with any other 3D Printer brands or models.
Ultem® 9085 PEI (Polyether Imide) is an amorphous, high-performance polymer that combines excellent thermal properties, exceptional dimensional stability, inherent flame retardancy, and good chemical resistance. Ultem® 9085 resin offers the ability to create parts with excellent properties at elevated temperatures due to a high glass transition temperature (Tg) of 186°C. Ultem® resins are found in applications, such as personal service units, oxygen panels and components, ventilation system components, connectors, cable ducts, latches, hinges, food tray containers, door handles, and interior cladding parts.
High Mechanical and Thermal Performance: Ultem 9085 is chemically resistant, thermally-stable, and cost-effective alternative to metal that is strong enough to replace steel in some applications and light enough to replace aluminum in others. For applications like transmission components, throttle bodies, ignition components, sensors and thermostat housings,
Flame Retardance & Low Smoke Toxicity: INTAMSYS Ultem 9085 is a self extinguishing plastic with ow smoke emission, and low smoke toxicity. Ultem 9085 is suitable for applications requiring flame retardance. Ultem 1010 is classified as UL94 V-0. Ultem® 9085 meets FAR 25.853 and OSU 65/65 with low toxicity, smoke and flame evolution. The excellent balance of flame retardancy, low smoke emission, and low smoke toxicity of Ultem® 9085 makes it an excellent candidate for aerospace and aircraft applications.
Chemical Resistance: INTAMSYS Ultem 9085 provides good resistance to a broad range of chemicals, such as automotive fluids, fully halogenated hydrocarbons, alcohols, and aqueous solutions.
Dissipation: INTAMSYS Ultem 9085 exhibits stable dielectric constant and dissipation factor over a wide range of temperatures and frequencies
Hydrolytic stability: INTAMSYS Ultem 9085 is resistant and suitable for long-term hydrolytic stability
To learn more about INTAMSYS Ultem 9085, click the "Settings & Specifications" tab.
||330˚C - 350˚C
|Build Surface material
|Build surface treatment
||PVP glue applied to the build surface
|Build plate temperature
||120˚C - 160˚C
|Heated Chamber Temperature
||90˚C - 120˚C
||30mm/s - 40mm/s
It is important to remove Ultem 9085 parts from the bed while the temperature is still high, removing a print after it has cooled may cause the glass plate to break because the print will shrink more rapidly than the glass.
Ultem 9085 printed parts can be annealed in an oven after printing to facilitate crystal growth and maximize mechanical / thermal performance.
- Set the oven temperature at 150˚C and place the print in the oven immediately for an hour.
- increase the temperature to 200˚C and leave it for 2 hours.
- Lower the temperature to 150˚C and leave it for 30 minutes.
- Finally, turn off the oven and leave it to cool down to room temperature before removing the print.
|Flame, Smoke and Toxicity Rating
||UL94 V-0, FAR 25.853 and OSU 65/65
Young’s modulus: 2230 MPa - ASTM D638
Tensile strength: 86 MPa - ASTM D638
Bending strength: 116 MPa - ASTM D790
Impact strength: 115 J/m - ASTM D256, notched
Glass transition temperature: 186˚C - DSC, 10˚C / min
Heat Deflection temperature: 153˚C - ASTM D 648, 1.82MPa, 3.2mm
We have full MDS and technical data sheets for INTAMSYS Ultem 9085. Contact us to enquire!