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Essentium launches a polycarbonate 3D printing material capable of withstanding temperatures down to -60°C

Essentium has announced the launch of a polycarbonate (PC) material for 3D printing that can withstand temperatures as low as -60°C without cracking. Essentium Altitude is designed for outdoor applications and is suitable for a wide range of applications requiring resistance to extreme cold, ultraviolet radiation and fire.

Essentium lists such potential applications for the new material as drone manufacturing, outdoor equipment enclosures, panel covers, electrical component enclosures, power line protection applications, and outdoor maintenance components. Essentium Altitude is available for pre-order and can be used on any open-source FDM/FFF 3D printing system, as well as on Essentium High Speed Extrusion (HSE) 3D printers. It also meets the Essentium Certificate of Conformity, which ensures individual spool tracking through the ISO and AS9100 quality process.

With an innovative approach to material design, Essentium Altitude opens up new opportunities for the 3D printing sector. The company shows that polycarbonate materials can be used in a wide variety of conditions, ensuring reliability and durability in the most demanding environments.

Essentium offers high-quality materials and technologies that are transforming the way companies design, manufacture and service their products. Thanks to the introduction of Essentium Altitude, companies in various industries will be able to take advantage of advanced materials and solutions that will allow them to create durable and reliable components even in extreme conditions. As a result, Essentium Altitude is expected to help achieve new performance standards and open up new opportunities for companies seeking innovative 3D printing solutions.

Source: www.prnewswire.com
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