Thermoplastic Polymers

  • DuraForm PAx Natural developed by 3D Systems and EMS-GRILTECH. With similar properties to injection molded plastics.

    3D Systems and EMS-GRILTECH have entered into a strategic partnership to enhance additive manufacturing materials development. Combining 3D Systems’ expertise and leadership, as an additive manufacturing solutions partner, with EMS-GRILTECH’s (a Business Unit of EMS Group) expertise in the specialized manufacturing of polyamides has enabled the companies to introduce a…

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  • EPFL scientists have developed a new, PET-like plastic that is easily made from the non-edible parts of plants. The plastic is tough, heat-resistant, and a good barrier to gases like oxygen, making it a promising candidate for food packaging. Due to its structure, the new plastic can also be chemically…

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  • EVO 3D and CEAD offer customized pellet 3D printer package. Particularly for end-part applications for design and recreational purposes.

    EVO 3D is set to offer CEADs technology components as part of one of their customized pellet 3D printer packages. The partnership will mainly be geared towards end-part applications for design and recreational purposes, particularly in the UK. EVO 3D, a UK-based provider of 3D printing solutions, offers a broad…

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  • DyeMansion's Powerfuse S PP achieves industrial-level surface quality. The company also tunes VaporFuse Surfacing technology.

    DyeMansion has made its Powerfuse S post-processing system compatible with Lubrizol’s ESTANE 3D Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) by tuning DyeMansion’s VaporFuse Surfacing technology. Dyemansion has also announced the forthcoming release of the new Powerfuse S Polypropylene (PP). The preparations for the launch of this new solution are already in full swing. Currently,…

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  • Stratasys Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS), a leader in polymer 3D printing solutions, led off a slew of announcements across AM hardware, materials and software segments with the launch of 16 new materials across three of its AM technologies (SAF, FDM, and Origin P3 photopolymerization). Overall, the new materials include Stratasys Validated…

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  • Braskem, the largest polyolefins producer in the Americas, as well as a market leader and pioneer producer of biopolymers on an industrial scale, released three new sustainable 3D printing filament product offerings for the additive manufacturing market. These first of their kind products include 3D printing filaments produced from bio-based…

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  • Roboze to speak at Harvard's 'The Future of Sustainable Plastics'. A seminar addressing the challenges and opportunities offered by plastics.

    Roboze is set to speak about leveraging the advantages of plastics without contributing to the world’s environmental crisis – the theme of the seminar titled ‘The Future of Sustainable Plastics’ organized by Harvard’s Belfer Center, on April 28th. The enormous versatility of plastics demonstrated over the years has also colonized…

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  • During the upcoming AMUG conference, Belgian materials company Arkema will unveil several new products and strategic partnerships with key players along the value chain to leverage the unique features of additive manufacturing, which are freedom of design and customization, implementation speed and reduced raw materials use. Arkema’s N3xtDimension liquid resins…

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  • As a demonstration of its continued commitment to the research and development of new metal replacement solutions for industrial 3D printing, Roboze completed another important step in materials science by introducing its new PEEK matrix composite: Helios PEEK 2005. With the aim of offering new performance and application opportunities to…

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  • GREENFILL3D, a Polish start-up operating at the intersection of ecological, biodegradable materials and 3D printing, introduced a unique filament based on wheat bran – GF3D Branfill3d. The material was created in accordance with modern concepts such as zero-waste and circular economy: wheat bran is waste resulting from the production of…

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