Featuring: IGUS iglidur® L180

Featuring: IGUS iglidur® L180

Components made of igus® tribo-filament are up to 50 times more wear-resistant than standard materials for 3D printing and therefore have an extremely long service life. Due to their excellent tribological properties, they are suited for 3D printing of replacement parts for e.g. bearings, drive nuts, gears and other parts. The igus® Tribo-Filaments can be processed on 3D printers that are based on the fused-deposition-modelling method (FDM/FFF) and that allow the nozzle temperature to be set as required.
Not sure which filament to use on your next project, especially those parts that undergo abrasion & friction like bearings, bolts, and nut?
Lubrication-free printing and lubrication-free bearing solutions. Maximum 3D printing freedom thanks to the large igus® motion plastics® system. Lubrication-free printing. Abrasion and wear-resistant tribo plastics for additive manufacturing via selective laser sintering (SLS) or the use of filament (FDM/FFF) allow you to use the printed bearing or to test the function of the part reliably and completely from the prototype or production batch onward. Lubrication-free bearings. Through the use of igus® high-performance plastics, 3D printers and scanners are maintenance-free and operate without lubrication. drylin® linear plain bearings are silent because they do not use metal balls; dryspin® lead screw nuts adjust the print bed efficiently and precisely; igus® energy chains® prevent cable malfunctions and extend machine operating times.

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