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CRP Technology Windform® GT Polyamide Glass Composite
Categories: Polymer; Thermoplastic; Nylon (Polyamide PA)

Material Notes: Processed by selective laser sintering (SLS). Windform® GT is a deep and dark black composite material based on polyamide fiber glass. After hand finishing, the color becomes shining and brighter. Windform® GT differs from the other Windform® powders thanks to its higher flexibility. Windform® GT combines optimal characteristics of elasticity and ductility and resistance, thus it can be considered a highly valuable material in various racing and functional applications affected to vibration and shocks. In fact, the material has meaningful values of impact strength and elongation at break, which combined with relevant values of tensile strength and flexural strength make it ideal for applications where resistance to “damage” is a prerequisite. Windform® is resistant to moisture. Windform® GT is also a very light weight material with excellent mechanical properties per unit density.

Applied in automotive applications where a certain flexibility in the car and under hood (such as snap fit) is required. It is also suitable in motorsport, air ducts, intake and cooling systems, the hydraulic ducts in contact with liquids or oils, in protective cover for sensors and for all applications that need a good flexibility and resistance to damage (for example: racing components near the ground).

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Available Properties
  • Density
  • Tensile Strength at Break, UNI EN ISO 527-1(97) and UNI EN ISO 527-2(97)
  • Elongation at Break, UNI EN ISO 527-1(97) and UNI EN ISO 527-2(97)
  • Tensile Modulus, UNI EN ISO 527-1(97) and UNI EN ISO 527-2(97)
  • Flexural Strength, UNI EN ISO 14125: 2000
  • Flexural Modulus, UNI EN ISO 14125: 2000
  • Charpy Impact Unnotched, ISO 179-1:2007
  • Charpy Impact, Notched, ISO 179-1:2007
  • Volume Resistivity, ASTM D257-93
  • Surface Resistance, ASTM D257-93
  • Melting Point, ISO 11357-2
  • Deflection Temperature at 1.8 MPa (264 psi), ASTM D648
  • Vicat Softening Point, ASTM D1252, 10 N
  
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Category Notes
Plastic
PA, Polyamide

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