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Kepstan® PEKK for filament extrusion

Kepstan® PEKK (PolyEtherKetoneKetone) is the latest addition to the PAEK (Poly-Aryl-Ether-Ketone) family, and is ideally suited for metal replacement thanks to its very high service temperature, chemical resistance, and excellent fire retardancy.


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Kynar® PVDF for filament extrusion

Kynar® PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) resins are extremely resistant to harsh chemicals and UV radiation. They are known to be among the most durable polymers in the world. This tough semi-crystalline fluoropolymer, formulated for printability, benefits from outstanding Z-direction strength and ductility. Filaments made from Kynar® resins are particularly suited for early-stage prototyping or short-run manufacturing. Kynar® fluoropolymers are specified for printing chemical processing equipment, fluid transport parts, outdoor exposed elements, or jigs & fixtures.

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Key benefits

Material of choice for the chemical industry

  • Cost effective compared to subtractive

  • Continuous use temperature up to 130°C

  • Excellent resistance to a broad range of chemicals

  • Non-hygroscopic: no drying of filament or special storage needed

  • Inherently UV-resistant for exterior applications

  • Very good abrasion resistance 

  • Low smoke and flame characteristics 

  • Long-term hydrolytic stability


Pebax® elastomers for filament extrusion

Pebax® TPA (elastomers) are an incredibly versatile range of materials.  They are extremely lightweight, flexible, fatigue resistant, impact resistant, and exhibit unmatched energy return compared to alternative materials like TPU. 


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Key benefits

  • Excellent processing characteristics

  • Low energy loss factor across wide temperature range

  • Low density

  • Very good layer adhesion and elongation at break

  • High impact resistance, especially at low temperature

  • Partially bio-based grades available