- sintering/curing T=120-200ºC (the higher the sintering temperature the lower the resistivity) for 5-10 minutes after 3D printing:
- Resistivity <30 microohm centimeter (when used in dip coatings)
- Resistivity will increase proportionally to its dilution in any 3Dresyn
Features of 3D-ADD EK1*:
- easy mixing and compatible with any of our 3Dresyns
- expensive option since 3D-ADD EK1 will be in the bulk of the device whilst conductivity is just on the surface of any conductive material
- ideal for dipping 3D prints in 3D-ADD EK1 for cost effectiveness since 3D-ADD EK1 will be on the surface of the 3D printed device.
- adjust the viscosity of 3D-ADD- EK1 with our Conductive Thinner CT1 to control the rheology and the thickness of the 3D-ADD EK1 to wish when dipping the 3D printed parts inside it
- 3D-ADD EK1 has excellent adhesion on the surface of most 3Dresyns
- high conductivity when used in dip coatings: Resistivity <30 microohm centimeter
- low sintering/curing T=120-150-200ºC for 5-10 minutes
- non toxic
- long shelf life (c. 6 months in the fridge)
- broad sintering/curing compatibility: photonic, NIR, low vacuum oven, thermal curing, etc.
3D-ADD-EK1 is supplied as a kit, which contains 10 or 50 or 100 grams of 3D-ADD EK1, 10 or 50 or 100 grams of Conductive Thinner CT1, 1 measuring flask to measure exactly the volume of 3D-ADD EK1 and Conductive Thinner CT1 and 1 empty 250 mL black bottle to mix, keep and protect the blends.
Note: conductivity of 3D printed parts will depend on several variables, such as % 3D-ADD EK1 and the sintering/curing cycle used. LCD printers may exhibit printability limitations, due to their low light power, at high dosage of 3D-ADD EK1. It is highly recommended to apply 3D-ADD EK1 by dipping the 3D printed parts inside it diluted to wish with our Conductive Thinner CT1