: allows electronics manufacturers to extend the use of 3D printing on the assembly line. Static dissipation also makes it the ideal material for applications in the presence of powders, dust and mist, which are attracted by plastic pieces without static dissipation.
PC (Polycarbonate): excellent mechanical properties and shock and heat resistance properties
Ultem 9085: a thermoplastic which is perfectly suited for aerospace, automobile and military applications on account of its FST classification.
Ultem 1010: offers the best resistance to heat, chemical products and the tension recognised with all thermoplastics that is resultant of wire removal.
PC-ABS: mixes PC and ABS, offering the unique combination of the high processability of ABS with the excellent mechanical properties and shock and heat resistance properties of PC.
Nylon: the most resistant material in the industry
ASA (Acrylonitrile styrene acrylate): combines the mechanical resistance and the stability of UV with the most accomplished aesthetics known in wire removal.
PEEK (polyetheretherketone): has excellent mechanical and chemical resistance properties which are retained at high temperatures.