Polyamide powder filled with glass particles (PA-GF) has a much higher thermal resistance (up to 110°C) than polyamide, and is typically used in functional tests with high thermal loads. This material exhibits excellent stiffness, high density and tensile strength, combined with low specific weight. As a result, PA-GF is ideal for demanding conditions where stiffness, temperature performance or wear resistance is key.

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Technical Specifications

Standard lead time 8 working days (online & offline orders)
Standard accuracy ± 0.3% (with lower limit on ± 0.3 mm)
Minimum wall thickness 1 mm, but living hinges are possible at 0.3 mm
Layer thickness 0.12 mm
Maximum part dimensions 650 x 330 x 560 mm (offline orders)
350 x 330 x 560 mm (online orders)
Surface structure Unfinished parts typically have a grainy surface but all kinds of fine finishes are possible.
Laser-sintered parts can be sandblasted, colored/impregnated, painted, covered and coated.


  Units Condition PA-GF
Density g/cm³     1.22 +/- 0.03
Tensile Strength MPa  DIN EN ISO527 51 +/- 3
Tensile Modulus MPa  DIN EN ISO527 3200 +/- 200
Elongation at Break  DIN EN ISO527 6 +/- 3
Flexural Modulus MPa  DIN EN ISO178 2900 +/- 150
Charpy – Impact strength kJ/m2 DIN EN ISO179 35 +/- 6
Charpy – Notched Impact Strength MPa DIN EN ISO179 5.4 +/- 0.6
Izod – Impact Strength kJ/m2 DIN EN ISO180 21.3 +/- 1.7
Izod - Notched Impact Strength kJ/m2 DIN EN ISO180 4.2 +/- 0.3
Ball Indentation Hardness   DIN EN ISO2039 98
Shore D/A-hardness   DIN 53505 D 80 +/- 2
Heat Deflection Temp °C ASTM D648 (1.82MPa) 110

Finishing Degrees

The right finish and color can transform a print into a product. Whether you’re looking for a functional finish for color-coded components or an aesthetic finish like soft-touch or high-gloss paint, take a look at your wide range of options here.

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How Does Laser Sintering Work?

Laser Sintering is a laser-based technology that uses solid powder materials, typically plastics. A computer-controlled laser beam selectively binds together particles in the powder bed, by raising the powder temperature above the glass transition point after which adjacent particles flow together. As the powder is self-supporting, no support structures are necessary.

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