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Published: 12/15/2017

Materials: More Filaments for FDM and Large Area Manufacturing Debut
SABIC’ newest 3D printing filaments include a PC for FDM and eight new compounds based on ABS, PPE, PC and PEI for large format additive manufacturing (LFAM).

Published: 11/27/2017

Materials: Carbon Fiber Reinforced Nylon 6 & 66
New compounds aimed at applications when components need to resist higher peak temperatures.

Published: 11/22/2017

Materials: High Heat Stabilized Nylon 66 for Underhood Applications
Lanxess’ first entry of  the new nylon product line is aimed at offering an alternative to costly semi-aromatic nylons and PPS. 

Published: 11/22/2017

Materials: Low-Emission Polyacetal for Gear Applications
DowDuPont’s new acetal is geared to both automotive and non-automotive gear applications.

Published: 11/22/2017

Materials: Flame-Retardant Nylon 66 for Unattended Appliance Connectors
Ascend’s newest grade sports the highest possible glow wire ignition temperature rating.

Published: 4/11/2017

MATERIALS: High-Temperature Partially Bio Nylons for Extrusion
Radici expands its Radilon line of high-temperature 'technopolymers'.

Published: 4/11/2017

MATERIALS: Laser-Markable Thermoplastic Compounds Allow for High-Contrast Marks
RTP's new series of compounds include a variety of thermoplastics, including clear substrates.

Published: 4/11/2017

MATERIALS: Lubricated PEEK for Implantable Medical Devices
Solvay's biocompatible Zeniva PEEK allows for broader design latitudes.

Published: 3/6/2017

MATERIALS: Dielectric Controlled Thermoplastics
ARC Technologies new materials family is for injection molding, thermoforming and composite applications

Published: 1/20/2017

MATERIALS:PBT for Laser Welding of Engine Housing Components
Lanxess'new laser-transparnet PBT compounds are ideal for parts exposed to high heat and humidity.