Figure 4 Materials Guide

How to Evaluate Additive Manufacturing Materials for Production.

With recent process advancements, additive manufacturing enables access to parts with production-ready quality, speed, and cost. The only thing left to master has been achieving production-grade material properties.

With Figure 4 production-grade materials, the wait is over. Now it is possible to go from prototyping straight to production on the same system for a seamless and efficient workflow.

To learn more about Figure 4 capabilities and the broad portfolio of materials available to meet your needs, download the Figure 4 materials guide to learn about the properties of Figure 4 production-grade materials, including:

  • Mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties (including flammability, dielectric properties, and 24-hour water absorption)
  • Isotropic properties
  • Long-term indoor and outdoor environmental stability
  • Chemical and automotive fluid compatibility
  • Biocompatibility

With testing and conditioning per ASTM and ISO requirements, Figure 4 production-grade materials enable a true production solution.

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