Large Kynar® PVDF Prints without Warping!
PVDF is a semicrystalline polymer which experiences warping when it transitions from a melt to solid state. This stress is the result of crystallization and leads to dimensional distortion of the printed object and loss of adhesion to the build plate. Stress can be eliminated by annealing or increased crystallite nucleation. But there is an easier way. Nile Polymers is pleased to introduce Fluorinar-C™ Kynar® filament which completely eliminates warping in PVDF prints.
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Now large parts can be printed without loss of print bed adhesion. The final print remains perfectly flat after completion and cooling. Before the existence of 3D printing, one-off parts were typically made by machining from solid stock. Fluorinar-C™ now gives you possibilities: you can either print the part or print solid stock and create the part by machining. Either way, Fluorinar-C™ PVDF filament gives you choices you need to complete your job.
Do you want to test the Fluorinar-C™ PVDF filament on your printer? Fill out the adjacent form and we will send you a 5-meter sample of 2.85 mm filament. Print something with your Fluorinar-C™ filament and let us know how it works for you.
Advantages of Fluorinar-C™ Kynar® Filament
PVDF print sizes are only limited by machine print volume or filament length
Bottom print layer remains perfectly flat without using brims or rafts
No loss of part dimensions due to warping
No warping due to sharp corners on the printed part
Fully compatible with Fluorinar-H™ filament in multi-extrusion printers
Rapid prototype development
Small quantity part production
Cost-effective part manufacturing compared to machining from solid stock
CNC machining of printed solid stock for tight tolerance requirements
Optimal print settings can be achieved on all consumer-grade printers
No off-gassing during printing due to PVDF melt stability
Corrosion resistant prints
No loss of mechanical strength after long-term UV exposure
Additional information about Fluorinar-H™ PVDF filament and PVDF in general can be found on the following pages: