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PA6

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Can somebody tell me the physical properties of PA6 material? (E,nu,G, rho limit values: REH, UTS etc.)

Irwin

RE: PA6

There are many grades, and the properties depend on a number of processing conditions and ambient conditions as well as the grade.

Can you explain what you need the properties for, and any details of the grade, conditions and application.

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RE: PA6

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Sorry, but I knew only the name of the material and part where it is used. This part is a cover of a switch in the car. This switch turn on and off the lights and the indicator lights.

That is it!

My problem is: I found several data on the www.matweb.com, but those are in a very wide range!

Ervin

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