The Lubrizol Corporation’s Engineered Polymers business showcased new Estane thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) technologies, ranging from soft/flexible to hard/rigid, for 3DP applications. This new portfolio provides new options for plastics processing and applications that enable customers to meet the latest market trends and integrate new performance benefits into their products.
David Pascual, Lubrizol Marketing Manager for 3D Printing, said that “following the recently-announced partnership with HP, Lubrizol continues to expand our presence within the fast-growing space of 3D Printing.”
“This event offers a great opportunity to further showcase our broad TPU portfolio aiming to serve all thermoplastic 3DP technologies including FDM (Fuse Deposition Modeling or Fused Filament Fabrication), SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) and MJF (Multi Jet Fusion – proprietary HP technology).”
David Pascual, Lubrizol Marketing Manager for 3D Printing
“By combining our differentiating chemistries together with our elaborate polymer expertise and understanding of end-uses and channels to market – he concluded – we’re able to develop truly differentiating 3DP materials, maximizing value for our customers globally.”