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A versatile engineering material with high mechanical strength. It provides excellent thermal and chemical resistance. Parts from PEEKS are durable and can be operated at an extensive range of temperatures (up to 260°).

PEEK is widely used in various industries, including aerospace, medical, and electronics, due to its unique combination of properties.

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We offer a range of PEEK services, including PEEK machining, fabrication, and custom parts production. Our team of experienced engineers and technicians is equipped with the latest technology and equipment to provide high-quality PEEK components.

We take pride in our commitment to customer satisfaction, and our goal is to provide you with the best possible PEEK solution for your specific application. Our services are designed to meet your exact specifications and requirements, and we work closely with you to ensure that you receive the best possible product.

Whether you need a single prototype or large-volume production, we have the expertise and experience to meet your needs. Contact us today to learn more about how our PEEK services can benefit your business.

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PEEK Machining Service At a Glance

Compatibility Applications Subtypes Tolerances Wall Thickness Max Size Strengths Lead Time Price
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Durable and low-cost parts for medical, automotive, and aerospace industries as well as semiconductor handling equipment. PEEK (30% Glass-Filled)  Not lower than  ±0.25 mm (±0.010″), based on the drawing ( ISO 2768) Minimum 0.80 mm  (0.03″), but this can change depending on the proportion of the wall thickness to the linear dimension. 200 x 80 x 100 cm High mechanical strength and excellent thermal & chemical resistance. Minimum 3 days. Not more than 10 days; for all complex parts. $$

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The benefit of peek part

High Mechanical Strength PEEK has excellent mechanical strength, making it suitable for high-stress applications.
Excellent Thermal Stability PEEK has a high melting point and excellent thermal stability, making it suitable for high-temperature applications.
Chemical Resistance PEEK is highly resistant to a wide range of chemicals, making it ideal for harsh chemical environments.
Biocompatibility PEEK is biocompatible and is commonly used in medical and dental applications.
High Wear Resistance PEEK has excellent wear resistance, making it ideal for applications where high levels of wear and abrasion are present.


Introduction to PEEK

Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) is a high-strength semi-crystalline thermoplastic. It possesses several mechanical, chemical, and physical characteristics, such as high melting point, electrical insulation, low friction, and thermal, chemical, and combustion resistance. It offers flame-retardant properties like the FR.

PEEK is suitable for medical, automotive, and aerospace industries and semiconductor handling equipment.

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Technical FAQ’s

What industries use PEEK machining?

PEEK machining is commonly used in a variety of industries, including aerospace, medical, electronics, and chemical processing.

Can PEEK be machined to tight tolerances?

Yes, PEEK can be machined to tight tolerances and is commonly used in applications where high levels of accuracy and precision are required.

What types of PEEK are commonly machined?

The most common types of PEEK that are machined include Virgin PEEK, Carbon-Filled PEEK, and Glass-Filled PEEK.

General FAQ’s

What are the advantages of PEEK machining?

PEEK machining offers several benefits, including high mechanical strength, excellent thermal stability, chemical resistance, biocompatibility, high wear resistance, lightweight, and versatility.

What are the limitations of PEEK machining?

PEEK machining can be more challenging than machining other materials due to its high melting point and tendency to generate high levels of heat and friction during the machining process. It is also more difficult to machine than some other thermoplastics due to its high hardness and strength.

What is the cost of PEEK machining?

The cost of PEEK machining depends on several factors, including the complexity of the part, the volume of parts required, and the specific requirements of the project. It is generally more expensive than machining other thermoplastics, but its high performance properties make it a cost-effective solution for many applications.