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A high grade engineering material, PEEK (polyetheretherketone) is one of the highest performing semi-crystalline thermoplastics on the market. Offering a combination of superlative properties, Roboze PEEK can replace metal in some of the most severe end-use situations and environments. It is very chemically resistant and offers excellent strength, superior fatigue resistance, and a continuous-use temperature of 240°C (464°F).
Exceptional chemical resistance to organics, acids and bases; High mechanical strength in excess of 250°C (482°F); very good wear and abrasion resistance; Best-in class fatigue resistance; Excellent dimensional stability; Excellent resistance to hydrolysis ; Superior dielectric with low loss at high temperatures and frequencies.
PEEK is available for use in the Argo 500 and ONE + 400 machines by Roboze.
Great for use in the Defense, Aerospace, Automotive, Oil and Gas, Manufactoring, Consumer Electronics and Plastics industries for metal replacement, end-use parts and functional prototyping.
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