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iglidur® i180-BL, filament for 3D printing

  • Versatile use: good combination of high wear resistance, strength and temperature resistance
  • Good processing ability with an enclosed printer and igus adhesive film
  • Colour: black

Material profile for Bambu Lab X1C and Ultimaker S3/S5/S7 available for download
Product description
The material profile for processing iglidur i180-BL on the Bambu Lab X1C 3D printer can be found on this page in the "Downloads" tab.
The material profile for Ultimaker printers is available for download in their Cura marketplace: Go to Ultimaker Marketplace


Self-lubricating filament iglidur i180-BL, black

Components made from the 3D printing material iglidur i180-BL can be used universally for all types of wear-resistant parts, such as plain bearings, gears and drive nuts, as this material has also been specifically developed for moving applications. The higher wear resistance and higher temperature resistance (100°C over the long term) extend the range of application, especially for more dynamic applications with higher surface speeds. The filament is easy to process on encased 3D printers and is somewhat higher in terms of processing requirements than an ABS filament. At the igus Adhesive film for the print bed or the Bonding agent for tribofilaments accessory materials are available to facilitate processing.

When to use it?
  • When an increased permanent application temperature of up to 100°C is required.
  • For highly dynamic plain bearing applications
  • If a black material is required
When not to use it?
  • If the application temperature is higher than 100°C in the long-term, or even higher wear resistance is required (→ iglidur J260)
  • If I need a filament that is very easy to process or if I only have an open 3D printer (→ iglidur i150)
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