Pressure loading a 3D-printed chamber

I need to make a 3D part that will be a small rectangular chamber (internal dimensions ~ 40 X 40 X 80 mm) that has no paramagnetic properties (magnetic resonance imaging compatible). The part must withstand pulsatile pressure ranging from 0 to 130 torr. Are there materials that can handle this? How thick will the chamber’s walls need to be?

Best wishes and thanks for your advice.


Hi Michael,

You may be interested in our plastic materials such as Polyamide SLS or MJF.

They can fit your needs.We recommend the wall thickness ranging from 3-5mm.

If you have any further questions, please let me know and I would be happy to help you!

Best regards,