PolyMax™ PETG-ESD pairs electrostatic dissipation (ESD) with an improved toughness PETG. PolyMax™ PETG-ESD is compounded with carbon nanotubes that allow it to dissipate electrostatic charges thanks to its very low surface resistivity. This innate property offers protection to delicate electronics during the electronic assembly processes or when printing electronical housings.
|250˚C – 290˚C
|70˚C – 80˚C
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|65˚C for 6h
(Only if the material has absorbed moisture)
What is PETG-ESD?
PETG-ESD combines the properties of PETG with the ability to control electrostatic discharge, making it a suitable material for applications requiring ESD protection, such as electronic component packaging, fixtures, jigs, or assembly tools used in ESD-sensitive environments.
What should I pay attention to when printing PolyMax™ PETG-ESD?
To ensure the ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) property of printed parts when using PolyMax™ PETG-ESD, it is recommended to print at a minimum temperature of 250°C, moreover, because of the added carbon nanotubes, please use a hardened steel nozzle.
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