SHENZHEN, China, Jan. 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Atomstack, an innovative company setting new standards in 3D printing, announced the launch of Cambrian, the world’s first 3D printer for thermoplastic rubber filament.
This powerful new desktop FDM 3D printer is a powerful creative tool capable of producing virtually any end-use rubber product as well as handling traditional 3D printing tasks. Atomstack Cambrian is available now on Kickstarter. Learn more here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/atomstack-cambrian/the-worlds-first-3d-printer-prints-thermoplastic-rubber . Continue Reading Atomstack With Atomstack Cambrian, users now have the ability to print in TPR (Thermo Plastic Rubber). This material opens up an endless number of applications and lets users create virtually any affordable and high-quality end-use rubber product such as shoes, lattices, sporting goods, medical devices, prototypes, and more. Cambrian achieves this by using a swappable extruder design – including one extruder for traditional filaments and one specially designed extruder for TPR. “For years, the FDM 3D printing industry has been trying to develop a reliable way to print with rubber-like filaments. This has been difficult for a number of reasons including the fact that highly elastic filament materials are prone to jamming. To solve these problems, we had to rethink the entire process. We began […]
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