Polyamides specialist DOMO has announced a strategic partnership with Rapid Product Development GmbH, which aims to bring about new 3D printing opportunities beyond prototyping through enhanced selective laser sintering (SLS) materials.
The company, which acquired Solvay’s Performance Polyamides Business and Sinterline Technyl brand last year, has partnered with the Austrian additive manufacturing service provider to accelerate the production of functional 3D printed components in automotive and other demanding markets by combining its Sinterline PA6 powders with RPD’s application development and SLS expertise.
Dominique Giannotta, Sinterline Program Leader at DOMO Chemicals commented: “This partnership opens up new opportunities for SLS customers in near to small series automotive and other higher-volume application areas beyond prototyping. “Together, we will help designers and manufacturers maximise the benefits of our combined material and process expertise for enhanced product differentiation, faster time-to-market, and greater development cost efficiency in this game changing business.” DOMO’s Sinterline […]
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