Fluorinar-H™ Kynar® PVDF Filament - Natural - 2.85mm

Nile Polymers

3d filament net weight MATERIAL NET WEIGHT: 0.5KG
Custom sizes may be available, contact us for details.
3d print settings PRINT SETTINGS: SEE BELOW.
Print settings listed in the product description below.
3d data sheet Canada DATA SHEETS & COFC: AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
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POLY (VINYLIDENE FLUORIDE)

Kynar® PVDF filament. Made in USA.

FLUORINAR-H™ KYNAR® PVDF FILAMENT ADVANTAGES:

Fluorinar-H™ filament made from Arkema’s Kynar® PVDF homopolymer.

  • Upper use temperature of 150 C
  • Long-term performance in direct contact with HCl, H2SO4, HF and HBr
  • UV resistant for years of sunlight without loss of mechanical properties
  • Low coefficient of friction for exceptional material release
  • Gamma ray sterilization without loss of tensile strength
  • Zero flame spread
  • Ion extraction at ppb levels
  • USP Class VI
  • Lot traceability
  • 100% Kynar® PVDF: no additives, stabilizers, plasticizers, fillers or colorants
  • Full melt compatibility with our Fluorinar-C™ Kynar® Flex PVDF filament

There are no perfect materials for every 3D printing application.  However,  Fluorinar-H™ 3D PVDF filament will provide high-quality prints for prototypes, one-off prints or small production runs. These prints can be used in environments which exceed the capabilities of other 3D filaments.  Fluorinar-H™ parts are made to be used and not stored on the shelf.  When you need Kynar® PVDF, nothing else will work.

Unlike other advanced polymers, printing with Fluorinar-H™ 3D PVDF filament does not require a heated chamber and can be done on consumer-grade equipment at a material price that won’t break the bank. 

3d printing temperature guideline Printing
Temperature:

Notes:

250°C - 260°C

 

Our PVDF filament is a low surface energy material so it does not adhere well to most surfaces.  Print adhesion can be tough to achieve unless you know one thing: Elmer’s disappearing purple glue stick.  Apply a thin layer of PVA adhesive evenly to a clean glass print surface.  Heat the printing bed to 100 C and extrude the Fluorinar™ filament at 240 – 260 C.  Print speed can be set between 20 – 40 mm/s.  Turn off the print surface cooling fans