Italy-based 3D printer maker 3ntr has launched its newest additive manufacturing program intended to prepare high-temperature materials. The Spectral 3d was exhibited at the latest Formnext exhibition and supports PEEK, Ultem, and PEKK threads.
It was created by the European Union-backed Clean Sky work, installed to speed up environmentally-friendly technologies. It drew contributions from Airbus and aerospace professionals Rescoll.
The newest 3D printing by 3ntr boasts four spouts that can reach a temperature of u to 500°C. It has a build base that attains 300°C. There is also a build chamber that can attain 250°C. 3ntr’s build volume is 300 by 300 by 300mm. The late and nozzle balancing is fully automatic. Four of the firm’s Vento drying units can keep and secure a five-kilogram reel of filament.
Over a dozen polymers can presently be printed using the Spectral 30. This includes Ultem 9085F, PEKK, PEEK, PETG, Nylon+, Carbon+ and a range of ABS ranks. The soft polymers are not yet ready.
Provided these abilities, 3ntr intends to expand its client base. It also intends to offer 3D printing technology to producers who need more strong and better performing materials. 3ntr’s A4 v4 and A2 v4 programs have raised huge build cases than the spectral 30. They cannot treat high-temperature grades such as PEEK.
3ntr hopes to see its additive manufacturing technology used in new styles in new sectors. This is owing to the present ability and working with Airbus and Rescoll,
Commenting during a press release, 3ntr co-owners Ilaria Ardizzoia and Davide said the following: “We have incredibly evolved our own brand identity by developing technologies, materials and communication that contributed to positioning us among the main FDM Formnext highlights.”
“Spectral 30 was born from the collaboration between 3ntr, Airbus and Rescoll to bring additive manufacturing even to the most complex markets.” They explained.