Ultrasint PA6 MF 

Ultrasint PA6 MF is a mineral-filled polyamide with excellent tensile strength, stiffness, thermal properties, and chemical resistance. This high-performance material is ideal for functional prototyping, particularly in the automotive industry, which requires a stiff material that has both high thermal resistance as well as chemical resistance similar to injection-molded PA6. 

Technical Specifications

Standard lead time Minimum of 10 working days (online & offline orders) 
Standard accuracy ±0.3% (with lower limit on ±0.3 mm)
Layer thickness 0.1 mm
Minimum wall thickness 1 mm
Maximum part dimensions 340 x 340 x 360 mm (offline orders) 
200 x 200 x 200 (online orders)
Interlocking or enclosed parts?  No
Surface structure Unfinished parts typically have a grainy surface and local surface defects can occur. 

Datasheet

MEASUREMENT VALUE STANDARD
Density 1.44 g/cm3  

Tensile Strength XY

Tensile Strength Z 

62 MPa

40 MPa

DIN EN ISO 527

DIN EN ISO 527

Tensile Modulus XY 

Tensile Modulus Z

3300 MPa

3100 MPa

DIN EN ISO527

DIN EN ISO527

Elongation at Break XY

Elongation at Break Z

7%

1.6%

DIN EN ISO527

DIN EN ISO527

Flexural Strength XY 

Flexural Strength Z

85 MPa

55 MPa

DIN EN ISO527

DIN EN ISO527

Flexural Modulus XY

Flexural Modulus Z 

2750 MPa

2600 MPa

DIN EN ISO178

DIN EN ISO178

Flexural Elongation at Break XY 

Flexural Elongation at Break Z 

6.1 %

2.9 %

DIN EN ISO178 

DIN EN ISO178 

Charpy – Impact strength XY 

Charpy – Impact strength Z

27.8 kJ/m² 

3.9 kJ/m² 

DIN EN ISO179 

DIN EN ISO179 

Charpy – Notched Impact Strength XY 

Charpy – Notched Impact Strength Z 

3.1 kJ/m²

2.3 kJ/m²

DIN EN ISO179 

DIN EN ISO179 

Izod – Impact Strength XY 

Izod – Impact Strength Z 


24.1 kJ/m²

4.6 kJ/m²


DIN EN ISO180 

DIN EN ISO180 

Izod - Notched Impact Strength XY 

Izod - Notched Impact Strength Z 

4.4 kJ/m²

3.6 kJ/m²

DIN EN ISO180 

DIN EN ISO180 

 Melting Temperature (20K/min)  219  °C DIN EN ISO11357

Heat Deflection Temperature A (1.8 MPa) 

Heat Deflection Temperature B (0.45 MPa) 

121  °C

209  °C

DIN EN ISO75 

DIN EN ISO75 

Vicat A (10N) 

Vicat A (50N) 

217  °C

210  °C

DIN EN ISO306

DIN EN ISO306 

 

Actual values may vary with build condition. 

Please note that values are measured after conditioning. 

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