Prodways has announced the selling of selective laser sintering devices. This is to firms in manufacturing chemistry for R&D and production processes. With these various transactions, Prodways Group is reinforcing its ties with its longstanding material suppliers.
Also, the firm declares the selling of a single ProMaker P1000 to the top French chemical firm. The selective laser sintering 3D machine will allow for the development and testing cutting-edge items.
The purchase of Prodways devices by performers in the chemical sector opens fresh opportunities. This is owing to the interactive transaction of high-level competence in particular domains. They include 3D printer production and piece manufacturing for Prodways, and superior materials creation for the chemical firms.
These several deals of plastic 3D printing devices to best global chemical firms prove the developing importance of AM. This is for improved processes at the industrial range.
DSM has selected Prodways to print its latest PBT powder Arnite AM1210 for selective laser sintering. The mechanical, flame-retardant, and electrical properties make it especially well matched to the electronics and electrical sectors. The material has been tried on Prodways ProMaker P4500 printing machine. It will marketed by Prodways.
Also, DSM recently acquired two ProMaker P2000 ST devices for high-temperature selective laser sintering. Ther goal is to experiment with its powders and utilize it in production processes. use in manufacturing applications.
BASF acquires for latest Prodways synthetic laser sintering 3D machines for production and R&D processes.
BASF, is a vital associate of Prodways from 2016. It is also the proprietor of a ProMaker P1000 machine. BASF is strengthening its ties with Prodways. This through the acquisition of the latest selective laser sintering machines for development and research purposes. The machines are also for manufacturing pieces. The devices cover high printing temperatures. This is the major prerequisite to print the entire range of PA6 materials by BASF.
The machines cover high printing heats. This is the key necessity to print the whole array of PA6 materials produced by BASF. Furthermore, they are suitable for recently developed polypropylene.
3D printing partners ecosystem’s development is a major element for technology industrialization.