Novamid® ID 1030

3D printing grade

General Information

This is a filament grade - not available for sale as granules.
With Novamid® material for Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), you can produce parts almost indistinguishable from those produced with standard injection molding.
This open source filament material is a pure polyamide 6/ 66, and was originally developed many years ago by our Engineering Plastics experts for demanding specialty applications often subjected to harsh environment and high temperatures (up to 125°C).
Optimized to 3D-print easily, Novamid® ID 1030 filaments bring a unique combination of properties, including outstanding stiffness and ductility, across a range of applications - from transportation, to sports and electronics. Their optimized crystallization profile improves fusion, enabling parts with excellent interlayer strength and high surface quality. 
Novamid® ID 1030 is well-suited for durable applications requiring good mechanical properties
Special features
Regulatory Affairs
Processing technology
3D printing

Rheological properties

Melt volume-flow rate
2.3
cm³/10min
Temperature
230
°C
Load
2.16
kg
Melt flow index MFI
2.6
g/10min
MFI test temperature
230
°C
MFI test load
2.16
kg

Mechanical properties

Tensile modulus
2330
MPa
Yield stress
71.5
MPa
Yield strain
4.5
%
Stress at break
41.5
MPa
Strain at break
>50
%
Flexural modulus
2370
MPa
Flexural strength
94.5
MPa
Charpy impact strength (+23°C)
N
kJ/m²
Charpy impact strength (-30°C)
N
kJ/m²
Charpy notched impact strength (+23°C)
4.3
kJ/m²
Charpy notched impact strength (-30°C)
3.2
kJ/m²

Thermal properties

Melting temperature (10°C/min)
200
°C
Temp. of deflection under load (1.80 MPa)
51
°C
Temp. of deflection under load (0.45 MPa)
84
°C

Other properties

Water absorption
13
%
Humidity absorption
3.8
%
Density
1120
kg/m³

Material specific properties

Viscosity number
246
cm³/g
Tensile modulus (3D printed tensile bars) 45°-45°
860
MPa
Maximum tensile stress (3D printed tensile bars) 45°-45°
37
MPa
Elongation at break (3D printed tensile bars) 45°-45°
110
%

Diagrams