Up to 50 times more abrasion resistant than standard filaments
iglide® 3D print filaments are special filaments for special requirements. They have lower coefficients of friction than conventional 3D print materials and are suitable for special tasks depending on the material. The offer ranges from 3D print materials for simple processing with very good wear values, and filaments with very good friction properties, high strength and elongation, up to chemically resistant materials and those that are suitable for additive production processes according to the "fused layer manufacturing" (FDM/FFF). You can directly install printed parts such as plain bearings or worm gears and put them to industrial use – in the prototype phase or in serial production.
The terms "igus", “Apiro”, "chainflex", "CFRIP", "conprotect",
"CTD", "drylin", "dry-tech", "dryspin", "easy chain", "e-chain",
"e-spool”, "flizz", “ibow”, “igear”, "iglide", "iglidur", "igubal", “kineKIT”,
"manus", "motion plastics", "pikchain", "plastics for longer life",
"readychain", "readycable", “ReBeL”, "speedigus", "triflex",
"robolink", “xirodur”, and "xiros" are legally protected trademarks
of the igus® GmbH/ Cologne in the Federal Republic of Germany and
where applicable in some foreign countries.
igus® GmbH points out that it does not sell any products of the
companies Allen Bradley, B&R, Baumüller, Beckhoff, Lahr, Control
Techniques, Danaher Motion, ELAU, FAGOR, FANUC, Festo, Heidenhain,
Jetter, Lenze, LinMot, LTi DRiVES, Mitsibushi, NUM,Parker, Bosch
Rexroth, SEW, Siemens, Stöber and all other drive manufacturers
mention in this website. The products offered by igus® are those of