Nov. 10, 2011
When considering 3D Printing, Objet is continuing introducing new material options and more flexibility. Objet has come up with ABS-like digital material, the transparent VeroClear, bio-compatible material and the rigid and opaque VeroWhitePlus for their 3D printers. Now with the newest high temperature material which is available for use on Objet Connex500 and Eden500V 3D printers, Objet has brought the 3D printing technology to a new level.
According to Objet:
Objet High Temperature Material (RGD525) combines thermal functionality with exceptional dimensional stability. The material is capable of simulating the thermal performance of engineering plastics and is ideal for thermal testing of static parts such as hot air-flow or hot water-flow in pipes and faucets.
Objet High Temperature Material has a heat deflection temperature (HDT) of 63–67 °C (145 -153 °F) upon removal from the printer which can be increased to 75-80 ºC (167- 176 ºF) after thermal post treatment in a programmable oven.
This new material can be ideal for:
Form, fit and thermal functional testing of static parts.
High-definition parts requiring excellent surface quality.
Exhibition modeling under strong lighting conditions.
Post-processing including painting, gluing, or metallization processes.
Hot air and hot water testing.
At this year’s EuroMold - World Fair for Moldmaking and Tooling, Design and Application Development show in Frankfurt, Germany - Objet is going to showcase the High Temperature Material and ABS-like Digital Material for 3D printers.
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Ayyappadas wrote at 4/11/2016 3:00:34 PM:
what about a blend of nylon and aramid ? any idea on availability!
Dan wrote at 8/31/2015 12:37:46 AM:
higher temperature materials. I am interested in carbon fiber, can this be done?
mort stenzler wrote at 3/15/2013 6:03:34 PM:
is your technology patented so other company's can't steal it or anything close to your specifics
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