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Ultimaker announces four new 3D Printing materials
Ultimaker, the leading open source 3D printer manufacturer, announced today the global offering of four new materials to use for 3D printing using the Ultimaker 2 family of products. Essential for producing the highest level of properties necessary for enterprise-grade outputs, the offerings will expand the breadth and depth of printing options.
There is a growing demand for materials that are specifically optimized for industrial 3D printing. With the introduction of these four new materials, which were previously only available on more expensive platforms, customers are able to manufacture functional prototypes, end-use parts and tools that require high-performance properties like toughness, strength and chemical resistance.
The following new materials offered by Ultimaker are formulated to ensure the highest print quality and cover a wide range of applications:
1. Ultimaker CPE+ (co-polyester) – CPE+ handles temperatures up to 100 ºC, is chemical resistant, tough and dimensionally stable.
2. Ultimaker PC (polycarbonate) – PC offers a great print quality, heat resistance up to 110 ºC, mechanical strength and toughness.
3. Ultimaker Nylon (polyamide) – Nylon is strong, abrasion-resistant, durable and engineered for low moisture sensitivity.
4. Ultimaker TPU 95A (thermoplastic polyurethane) – TPU features a Shore-A hardness of 95 and an elongation of up to 580% at break. It’s suitable for applications that require slight flexibility, wear and tear, and chemical resistance.
Source: Ultimaker 3D Printing Filament