Addressing the growing demands of engineers and designers to deliver production-grade, custom 3D-printed tooling and parts, Stratasys unveiled several new durable, temperature and chemical resistant FDM thermoplastics.
Meeting the specific requirements of 3D printed applications in manufacturing, these materials can accommodate high temperatures and challenging requirements common on the production floor.
Materials introduced today include Antero 840CN03 for the Stratasys Fortus F900 3D printer, and Diran 410MF07 and ABS-ESD7 for the Stratasys F370 3D printer. Each of these thermoplastics are well-suited to handle the requirements of manufacturing applications in industries such as automotive and aerospace to engineer advanced 3D printed jigs and fixtures, tooling, prototypes and production parts.
Developed for the F900 3D printer, Antero 840CN03 is the second PEKK-based polymer now offered by Stratasys in its portfolio of proprietary Antero high performance polymers – and leveraging the Kepstan PEKK technology from Stratasys strategic supplier Arkema. The new Antero […]
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