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3D4Makers releases Facilan™ HT, 3D printing filament enabling production of durable parts with FDM additive manufacturing

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3D4Makers releases Facilan™ HT, 3D printing filament enabling production of durable parts with FDM additive manufacturing Press Release // 8 November 2018 FDM Additive Manufacturing requires more durable and high strength materials to take full benefits of 3D printing. PLA, PET are of limited use for durable application due to their relatively low temperature resistance while ABS suffers of warping and relatively low strength. Facilan™ HT is designed to address those common product limitations and specifically designed for 3D printing. It is a safe copolyester with high temperature resistance with heat deflection temperature of 89°C. Its high stiffness enables design optimization for...

3D4Makers releases Facilan™ HT, 3D printing filament enabling production of durable parts with FDM additive manufacturing

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High Temperature FDM 3D Printing for PEI, PEEK and other High Performance Polymers What You Need to Know

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Desktop 3D printers are mainly consumer or entry-level enterprise machines. They are usually made for prototyping and deskside use. Industrial 3D printers (Additive Manufacturing Machines) are used for manufacturing, usually in industrial settings. In Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM, also called FFF) a new category of high-temperature 3D printers is emerging which is fusing these formerly disparate groups of systems. These are high-temperature 3D Printers which are capable of manufacturing in high-performance engineering plastics such as PEEK and PEI.   What is a high-temperature 3D printer?  This category of machines is very new. There are many more people saying that they have a...

PPSU Filament 3D printing 3D4Makers

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Perstorp and 3D4Makers Launch Facilan™ C8 The World’s First Fifth Generation 3D Printing Material

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Facilan™ C8 is a new kind of 3D printing material. Developed to be a functional 3D printing material for manufacturing, C8 has been optimized for high throughput, high-reliability applications in 3D printing. Designed and developed for manufacturing applications Facilan™ C8 is the first of a family of Facilan™ materials that will cater to enterprise, engineering and industrial users of 3D printing. Facilan™ C8: has higher impact strength than ABS. has higher tensile strength than ABS. is tougher than PLA. is compostable at home. has a luxuriously soft touch feel. has the best layer adhesion properties of any FDM material.  ...

Perstorp and 3D4Makers Launch Facilan™ C8 The World’s First Fifth Generation 3D Printing Material

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Prins Staal uses 3D Printed Spare Parts to Keep industrial Machinery Going

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Prins Staal is a Haarlem based steel processing and trading company. The Dutch company trades in carbon and stainless steel as well as manufactures parts out of steel. Short lead times coupled with unique parts for high-value applications is where the companies focus lies. Prins Staal employs over 75 people at its Haarlem site and has a wide array of steel processing machinery at its disposal. The company uses flame, plasma and laser cutting for steel and also have a plethora of other equipment to shear, sand, straighten, anneal, drill or saw steel. The company makes industrial steel parts, parts for...

Prins Staal uses 3D Printed Spare Parts to Keep industrial Machinery Going

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3D Printing with Hemp

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Last year we developed our Hemp Filament. Hemp filament is available in 2.85mm and 1.75mm and is a hemp fiber filled PLA. The material has a higher impact resistance than regular PLA. The material is fully biodegradable and compostable. It is also an odorless print. Compared to other materials the Hemp is low warp as well.  Compared to other hemp blends this material is more flexible and less brittle. The material has easy printability and fair dimensional accuracy and surface results.  The hemp fibers themselves are from the bark of the Canabis plant and made by a company called Hemplyne....

3D Printing with Hemp

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