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Introduction to common metal 3D printing materials Metal additive manufacturing processes boast considerable advantages over traditional methods like CNC machining or injection molding. One of those advantages is material waste reduction, which can be critical when using expensive metals like […]
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Introduction Over the past few years, there has been lots of buzz over 3D printers that can process PEEK (polyetheretherketone), one of the most widely known ultra-high performance polymers. The desire to print PEEK is understandable, as it is often the go-to […]
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What is warpage ? Warpage, sometimes called warping, is a physical phenomenon that occurs during 3D printing. It consists in the part being distorted at its base, which then causes the part to detach itself from the print bed. What are […]
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Keep fiber direction in mind Using continuous fiber strands can provide significantly increased strength and stiffness to parts, if the fibers are placed in the right direction. That’s why the correct model orientation is important. A general rule is to place […]
Quality Engineer @Anisoprint
What is TPE powder? TPE stands for thermoplastic elastomer, and it is available in powder form for SLS 3D printing. It offers benefits that are typical for both plastic and rubber. On the one hand, TPE is elastic, with an elongation at […]
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