ARNITEL® ID2060 HT is a new high-performance Thermoplastic Copolyester (TPC) for 3D printing using Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF). This filament is the first to offer a unique balance of flexibility, chemical resistance against exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) condensate and prolonged high temperature resistance for printing demanding automotive air-fuel and industrial applications.
ARNITEL® ID2060 HT features:
- First high temperature TPC filament on the market
- A unique balance of flexibility, sustained high temperature
and chemical resistance
- Prolonged high temperature performance: 175°C (1000 hrs),
190°C (500 hrs)
- Excellent chemical resistance against EGR condensates
- Hardness of Shore D 61
|Tensile modulus (3D printed: flat X-X direction)||ISO 527-1/-2||230 MPa|
|Stress at break (3D printed: flat X-X direction)||ISO 527-1/-2||21 MPa|
|Strain at break (3D printed: flat X-X direction)||ISO 527-1/-2||245%|
|Tensile modulus (3D printed: on-edge X-Z direction)||ISO 527-1/-2||240 MPa|
|Stress at break (3D printed: on-edge X-Z direction)||ISO 527-1/-2||35 MPa|
|Strain at break (3D printed: on-edge X-Z direction)||ISO 527-1/-2||510%|
|Tensile modulus (3D printed: upright Z direction)||ISO 527-1/-2||220 MPa|
|Stress at break (3D printed: upright Z direction)||ISO 527-1/-2||20 MPa|
|Strain at break (3D printed: upright Z direction)||ISO 527-1/-2||55%|
ARNITEL ID2060 HT is available from stock in:
ARNITEL®ID2060 HT @DSM is available in the original packaging of DSM.
Arnitel® ID2060 HT is the first high performance TPC FFF material combining flexibility with prolonged high temperature use, chemical resistance and strength. This combination makes it suitable to print cold charge air ducts for demanding automotive under the hood applications as well as components for end-of-arm tooling. Parts printed can resist sustained
high-temperature of 175°C (1000 hrs) or 190°C (500 hrs) and chemicals such as EGR condensate.
In order to prevent moisture pick up and contamination, supplied packaging should be kept closed and undamaged. For the same reason, partially used bags should be sealed before re-storage. Allow the material that has been stored elsewhere to adapt to the temperature in the processing room while keeping the bag closed.