Texas-based Essentium, Inc. is bringing to market a new printer series based on its High Speed Extrusion (HSE) technology as well as a range of new high-temperature (HT) 3D printing materials.
The new HSE 3D printer series—HSE 180•S—comes with two printer options, one with a low-temperature nozzle (LT) and one with a high-temperature nozzle (HT) that can reach temperatures of up to 550°C, enabling the use of high-temperature materials and paving the way for more industrial applications.
Essentium, like many other 3D printing companies, has recognized that one of the bottlenecks to additive manufacturing’s industrialization is related to materials and the lack of choice that end users have. To address this, the company is aiming to expand its HSE 3D printing materials portfolio substantially, offering industrial-grade polymers.
As part of today’s announcement, Essentium has introduced four new materials: PEEK, High-Temperature Nylon (HTN), HTN-CF25 and HTN-Z (ESD safe). All four […]
Drones bring great energy to the design and 3D printing realm, with engineers engaged in developing new technology...