Polyaryletherketone (PAEK) is a group of thermoplastics used for 3D printing applications that require high temperature stability, strength and chemical resistance.
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A library of more than 1,400 standards is now available to all.
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New version has 86 upgrades and enhancements to make CAM workflows more efficient.
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