• Cost advantage
  • High strength (>100 MPa)
  • Outstanding dimensional accuracy
  • Geometric complexity: ability to create point features
  • Ability to create flat parts and feathered edges
  • High strength-to-weight ratio
  • Stronger than equivalent injection moulded parts
  • Good chemical resistance
  • Excellent temperature performance (melting point 180⁰C)
  • No significant warpage, shrinkage or sink marks
  • Sustainable process: complete recyclability and no powder wastage

Layer Thickness

  • 0.05mm

Colour

  • Black

Support Material

  • None

Minimum reproducible dimensions

  • 1mm

Recommended offset/clearance for assemblies

  • n/a

Texture/feel

  • Good surface finish, smoother than typical powder-based parts

Application fileds

  • Applications which require high strength and to be lightweight: aerospace, drones, automotive, tooling, propellers and spinning geometries, medical, sports, AGVs and e-mobility, robotic end-of-arm and industrial tooling. This material is suitable for small series production.

Other Materials Materials

  • Educational model used by Alzheimer’s Research UK

    FDM

    FDM is the most widely available 3D printing process
  • Collection of prototype models

    HSS/MJF

    HSS combines the process of binder jetting with the materials of SLS printing
  • FDM Printing

    Injection Moulding

    Ricoh produce five million injection mouldings per month

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