Polycarbonate (PC) is a widely used industrial thermoplastic that is often used in tooling and fixtures. It can withstand functional testing and is often used for complex 3D prints.
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Editor’s Pick: Real-time quality assurance for advanced metal additive printing
The new module is Data Analyzer, software for quality assurance and data...
Editor’s Pick: Static-dissipating composite material for electronics additive manufacturing
The material can be reinforced with continuous carbon fiber, creating strong and...
Editor’s Pick: UL Certification for Emissions-free 3D Printing
RIZE calls GREENGUARD Certification “a key safety and sustainability milestone” for the ...
Editor’s Pick: Debuting filament-based stainless steel for additive manufacturing
Forward AM/BASF Ultrafuse 17-4PH is a filament comprising metal powder...