Additive Technology: FFF

HSHT Fiberglass Reinforcement

HSHT stands for High Strength and High Temperature.

Highest Impact Resistance

Onyx parts with HSHT are 29x more impact resistant than ABS and over 100x more impact resistant than PLA.

Parts reinforced with HSHT Fiberglass can achieve a greater strength and heat tolerance than Aluminum. HSHT has the highest impact resistance and heat deflection temp at 302º F. It’s best suited for parts that require a repeated load or sudden impacts while enduring higher operating temperatures.

Resolution Supported

100 Micron – 0.1 mm

Max Part Size

330 x 270 x 200 mm
( 12.9 x 10.5 x 7.8 in )

Exterior Materials

Nylon
Onyx
  • Turbine
  • Control Arm

Material Tech Specs

  • Heat Deflection Temp
  • Impact Resistance
  • Elastic Deflection
Onyx / HSHT
95%
PLA
30%
ABS
55%
Nylon
27%
Onyx / HSHT
85%
PLA
3%
ABS
7%
Nylon
25%
HSHT Fiberglass
85%
Carbon Fiber
37%
Fiberglass
37%
Kevlar
25%
Material Properties
Result
ASTM Test

Tensile Strength

Tensile Modulus

Tensile Strain at Break

Flexural Strength

Flexural Modulus

Flexural Strain at Break

Compressive Strength

Heat Deflection Temp

Izod Impact – Notched

600 MPa

21 GPa

3.9%

420 MPa

21 GPa

2.2%

192 MPa

302º F

3100 J/m

D3039

D3039

D3039

D790

D790

D790

D6641

D648 B

D256-10 A

Applications

Functional Prototypes
Mechanical Parts
Thermoforms
Welding Fixtures
Inspection Hardware
Jigs, Brackets & Chassis Parts
End-Use Production Parts
Housings & Enclosures

High Strength

Onyx parts printed with HSHT Fiberglass are 2.5x stronger and 8x stiffer.

High Heat Reinforcement

Advantages Of HSHT Fiberglass

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High Impact Resistance

HSHT delivers the highest impact resistance of all our reinforcements. It’s 29x more impact resistant than ABS and 100x more than PLA.

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High Strength

Reinforce your Nylon and Onyx parts with HSHT Fiberglass to achieve a higher flexural strength and tensile strength than Aluminum.

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High Heat Deflection

HSHT Fiberglass has the highest heat deflection temperature of 302º F. It’s great for strong parts that require sudden impacts in high temps.

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