Composite-based additive manufacturing technology is the only process that combines long-fibre fabrics of carbon with high performance polymer powders to make long fibre composite parts.

How does powder-based composite 3D printing work?

The technology uses high-speed inkjet printing methods to produce high-performance composite parts without tooling or messy resins.

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Powder-based 3D composite produces some of the stiffest, strongest, toughest composites available.

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Powder-based 3D composite can replace a variety of materials in a wide range of applications.

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Use Cases

Unmanned and Air Mobility Vehicles

  • Propellers
  • Loading bearing components
  • Clips and brackets
  • Electronics enclosures


  • Cost effective parts
  • Strength-to-weight to aluminium
  • Increased payloads and flight ratings
  • Rapid engineering change response time

Aerospace and Defence spare parts


  • Improves fleet readiness levels
  • Provides supply chain security
  • Lowers sustainment costs

 Industrial parts

  • Oil, gas and energy related components including:
    • Enclosure cases and caps


  • PEEK material has continuous use temperatures up to 240⁰C
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Good fatigue resistance and impact strength
  • Self-aligning assembly features

Manufacturing Tooling

  • Low rate injection moulding tooling
  • PCB wave solder high temperature 270⁰C tooling
  • Metal forming tools


  • Tools in days versus weeks
  • Lighter weight, half the weight of aluminium
  • Tool durability

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