Auto vent printed in High Temperature to withstand hot-air flow testing.

High Temperature is ideal for thermal testing prototypes that require hot-air or hot-water flow.

Heat Resistance and Strength

High Temperature has the highest heat deflection of any PolyJet standalone material and great surface smoothness. High temperature is strong and stiff, ideal for static parts or thermal testing parts that require high heat resistance such as plumbing fixtures and household appliances.

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Highest Thermal Resistance

High Temperature simulates the thermal performance and strength of engineering plastics. With a heat deflection temperature of 80°C after thermal treatment, High Temperature is ideal for testing static parts and hot-air flow or hot-water flow in pipes and faucets. Combine High Temperature with PolyJet rubber materials to produce varying Shore A values, gray shades and rigid functional materials featuring higher temperature resistance. 

BEHAVIOR AND USE

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HDT @ 0.45 MPa

63-67 °C

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Izod Impact, Notched

14-16 J/m

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Flexural Strength

110-130 MPa

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Tensile Strength

70-80 MPa

Final Thermos product and a 3D printed model.

Airtight Performance

Thermos Keeps Competitive Edge 3D Printing  Prototypes

Compared to conventional methods, Thermos 3D prints prototypes with more finished features. PolyJet empowers Thermos to make detailed models with a mix of clear and rubber-like features suitable for liquid and gas testing.

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