DESIGNED FOR PEEK 3D PRINTING
Capable of 3D printing high temperature materials like PEEK, Ultem and PPSU, the FUNMAT HT opens up access to industrial plastics for a fraction of the cost of typical high performance machines.
The FUNMAT HT is a machine devised for engineering firms to test the potential of 3D printing at high temperatures. It is distributed with two interchangeable hot ends, one high temp and one low temp, preventing material contamination that can result in the failed performance of a print.
The high temperature hot end is capable of reaching temperatures up to 450°C, which in turn opens up the mechanical and resistant properties possible.
PEEK is a medical-grade plastic that, for its mechanical robustness, is also in use in the aerospace industry. And PPSU, another material compatible with the FUNMAT HT, is chemical resistant and suited for automotive, aerospace, and plumbing applications.
The lower temperature hot end, by comparison, is capable of working with standard 3D printer materials such as PLA and ABS. This allows for a versatile use of the machine, switching between potential end-user parts and prototyping.
In order to produce such high performance parts, the 3D printer also has a heated bed, capable of reaching 160°C, and a conditioned build chamber with ambient temperatures up to 90°C. The FUNMAT HT is also installed with a optimized cooling fan to maintain the quality of an object throughout printing.