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Antero 840CN03

A PEKK-based material

Antero™ 840CN03 is a PEKK-based FDM thermoplastic combining the excellent physical and mechanical qualities of PEKK with electrostatic dissipative (ESD) properties. The material is filled 3% by weight with carbon nanotubes.

As a high-performance polymer, Antero 840CN03 exhibits exceptional chemical and wear resistance, ultra-low outgassing properties and consistent ESD performance. ESD values range from 104 – 109 ohms per square inch. This makes the material particularly suitable for space and industrial applications where these qualities are critical.

Produce prototypes and low volume, highly customized parts with consistent ESD (Electrostatic discharge safe) performance that are strong, temperature and chemical resistant, ultra-low outgassing, and with exceptional wear properties.

Antero 840CN03 component

Antero 840CN03 Material Profile

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Lockheed Martin 3D prints space ready parts

Lockheed Martin uses additive manufacturing, and specifically an ESD PEKK-based material, to produce flight-worthy parts for the Orion space mission to Mars and beyond. Additive provides repeatability and reliability of parts, as well as extra methods to make them more lightweight.

Antero 840CN03 heat sink

Main Uses

With a unique combination of material properties this material can be used in the most demanding of applications, such as aerospace, space, and oil and gas. Stronger, stiffer, higher use temperature, chemical resistance compared to ABS.

Antero 840CN03 Material Applications

Aircraft components exposed to jet fuel, oil and hydraulic fluid

Spacecraft parts that demand low outgassing

Chemical-resistant industrial parts

Excellent ESD properties

Antero 840CN03 Material Specification

Properties and testing results for the 3D printing material

Physical PropertiesTest MethodTypical Values
HDT @ 66 psiASTM D648
Method B
150 °C (302 °F)
HDT @ 264 psiASTM D648
Method B
153 °C (306 °F)
TgASTM D7426
Inflection Point
158 °C (316 °F)
Mean CTEASTM E831
(40 °C to 140 °C)
50 µm/[m·°C] (122 µin/[in·°F])
Volume ResistanceASTM D257 10410-10 Ω
Specific GravityASTM D792 @ 23 °C1.27
Mechanical PropertiesXZ OrientationZX Orientation
Tensile Properties: ASTM D638
Yield StrengthMPa95 (5)No yield
psi13,610 (550)No yield
Elongation @ Yield%4.4 (4)No yield
Strength @ BreakMPa65 (15)50 (5)
psi9,150 (2330)7,320 (600)
Elongation @ Break %6 (3)1.8 (0.2)
Modulus (Elastic)GPa3.17 (0.04)3.01 (0.06)
ksi460 (7)435 (10)
Flexural Properties: ASTM D790, Procedure A
Strength @ BreakMPaNo break70 (10)
psiNo break9,760 (1580)
Strength @ 5% StrainMPa135 (3)
psi19,620 (380)
Strain @ Break%No break2.4 (0.6)
ModulusGPa3.24 (0.05)2.7 (0.1)
ksi390 (15)390 (15)
Compression Properties: ASTM D695
Yield StrengthMPa100 (2)105 (3)
psi14,920 (290)15,380 (500)
ModulusGPa2.61 (0.04)2.63 (0.04)
ksi380 (6)380 (6)
Impact Properties: ASTM D256, ASTM D4812
Izod, NotchedJ/m48 (4)28 (8)
ft*lb/in0.90 (0.07)0.5 (0.1)
Izod, UnnotchedJ/m1,470 (690)128 (40)
ft*lb/in28 (13)2.4 (0.8)
Thermal PropertiesTest MethodValue
Heat Deflection (HDT) @ 66 psiASTM D648150 °C (302 °F)
Heat Deflection (HDT) @ 264 psiASTM D648147 °C  (296.6 °F)
Glass Transition Temperature (Tg)ASTM D7426-08149 °C (300.2 °F)
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (X)ASTM E83139.23 μm/(m∙°C)
(21.79 μin/(in∙°F))
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (Y)ASTM E83153.14 μm/(m∙°C)
(29.52 μin/(in∙°F))
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (Z)ASTM E83150.52 μm/(m∙°C)
(28.06 μin/(in∙°F))
Chemical ResistanceReagentXZ OrientationZX Orientation
Tensile StrengthDichloromethane-88%-74.80%
Ethyl Acetate-2.90%-2.30%
Jet A-2.10%7.30%
MEK-0.70%-2.10%
Skydrol-2.10%6.30%
Toluene-5.00%1.40%
30% Nitric Acid-5.70%5.70%
30% Sulfuric Acid-9.30%-10.10%
60% Sodium Hydroxide-1.40%1.90%
Concentrated Ammonia-1.40%11.00%
% Elongation @ breakDichloromethane714.80%1598.40%
Ethyl Acetate4.20%16.20%
Jet A-0.40%7.00%
MEK-4.40%11.90%
Skydrol32.30%9.70%
Toluene17.20%32.40%
30% Nitric Acid61.40%52.40%
30% Sulfuric Acid47.20%-5.40%
60% Sodium Hydroxide5.20%-1.60%
Concentrated Ammonia11.10%10.80%
Tensile ModulusDichloromethane-90.70%-85.30%
Ethyl Acetate1.80%6.40%
Jet A1.40%5.30%
MEK3.10%4.30%
Skydrol0.60%6.70%
Toluene-0.40%6.20%
30% Nitric Acid-0.80%-6.20%
30% Sulfuric Acid-7.60%-5.00%
60% Sodium Hydroxide0.20%3.30%
Concentrated Ammonia-0.40%5.00%
Flame, Smoke, and Toxicity cont.Test ModeCO
ppm
SO2
ppm
NOX
ppm
HCN
ppm
HCI
ppm
HF
ppm
Toxic Gas Emission per BSS 7239, Rev. A
Antero 840CN03, Vertical – ZXFlaming5 0 (NI) 0 (NI) 0 (NI) 0 (NI) 0 (NI)
Antero 840CN03, Horizontal – XZFlaming<5 0 (NI) 0 (NI) 0 (NI) 0 (NI) 0 (NI)
Toxic Gas Emission per AITM 3.0005, Issue 2
Antero 840CN03, Vertical – ZXFlaming400.1 0 (NI) 0 (NI) 0 (NI)
Antero 840CN03, Horizontal – XZFlaming300.3 0 (NI) 0 (NI) 0 (NI)
Antero 840CN03, Vertical – ZXNon-Flaming000 0 (NI) 0 (NI) 0 (NI)
Antero 840CN03, Horizontal – XZNon-Flaming100 0 (NI) 0 (NI) 0 (NI)
Peak HRR
(kW/m2)
Time to Peak Heat Release
(seconds)
2 Minute Total HRR
(kW-min/m2)
Heat Release Rate of Cabin Materials per 14 CFR 25.853(d)
Antero 840CN03, Horizontal – XZ55.9286.70
Antero 840CN03, Vertical – ZX55.12930.1
Outgassing
Sample
TML (%)CVCM (%)WVR (%)
Vertical Build – ZX0.41<0.010.17
Horizontal Build – XZ0.450.010.15
Testing Observations
Visible CondensateYesOpaqueYes
Percent Covered10% (ZX), 25% (XZ)Interference FringesNo
ThinYesColored FringesNo
HeavyNoSample Appearance After TestNo change
TransparentNo

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