3D printing filaments

3 brand new engineering filaments by Formfutura!

A Dutch company Formfutura has launched today 3  new engineering filaments. They are the result of extensive research and modifying/optimizing industrial-grade thermoplastics for FDM 3D printing. All below mentioned materials are FDM-optimized as they are based on zero-warp engineering and have optimized first- and interlayer adhesion properties. As a result these materials can be printed directly on a heated glass plate and print results give an almost injection-molded precision/finish.

ApolloX™
ApolloX

It is a professional high strength and performance engineering filament based on a uniquely industrial-grade modified ASA (Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate) compound. It has been modified to have great thermal stability and improved filament flow behaviour and has zero-warping and flawless first- and interlayer adhesion allowing you to 3D print objects with an almost injection molding precision. It is UV and weather resistant ensuring great colour stability.

TitanX

It is a new high-performance and FDM-optimized engineering ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) type of 3D printer filament with strongly improved mechanical properties and by its FDM-optimization – zero warping, superb first layer adhesion to glass/kapton/pet/adhesives, perfect interlayer adhesion, thermal stability and filament flowing behavior – it is a very easy to print material. It can be printed directly on a heated glass print bed and by its high impact strength and FDM-optimization it is a perfect material for 3D printing large scale engineering objects.

AtlasSupport

It is the next generation in water-soluble support materials for dual extrusion FDM 3D printing. It is an unique PVA blend which has a far more improved thermal stability compared to “normal” PVA and by that ensures a much more stable dual extrusion printing process. It bonds extremely well to a wide variety of thermoplastics such as PLA, ABS, HIPS, TPE, TPU. PETG, ASA, etc. and is much less sensitive to degradation by humidity.

Source: Formfutura

Paulina Winczewska
German philologist and translator, fanatic of the strangest and the most difficult foreign languages and culinary experiments, who is not afraid of new technologies and gadgets. Enthusiast of swimming.

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