Re3DTech is a premier HP additive manufacturing service provider located in Illinois. It has developed its collection of 3D printing supplies, to comprise the new Lubrizol TPU (Polyether Thermoplastic Polyurethane). Lubrizol was created by the leading provider of specialty chemicals for the shipping, industrial and user markets.
In partnership with HP and Lubrizol, Re3DTech is soon becoming the initial firm to officially provide the new ESTANE 3D TPU M95A from Lubrizol. , It allows pieces to be created for a wide range of apps that need elasticity, increased extension at break, compression and abrasion resistance.
“As a global leader in specialty chemicals, we’re excited to join HP’s open 3D materials platform to help drive the digital manufacturing disruption being led by 3D printing,” stated Rick Tolin, President of Lubrizol Advanced Materials.
“Having access to HP’s industry-first 3D Open Platform Materials and Applications Lab and its wealth of cutting-edge tools, while collaborating directly with our customers, will help secure our place at the forefront of materials innovation and development into the future, while advancing the development of our Estane Engineered Polymers product line.”
ESTANE 3D TPU M95A is masterminded specifically for 3d printing and HP’s Jet Fusion 4200 series 3D printing solution. Therefore, a wide possible range of serial production opportunities available, from shoes to automotive and user-focused pieces.
Common apps comprise automotive pieces and drive belts, adjustable pipes, and hoses. They also include fasteners and gaskets, medical tubes, food processing tools, and devices, shielding cases and covers, sporting goods and shoes, wheels, wire and cable applications
Re3DTech is a 3D printing service bureau that specializes in HP Multi-Jet Fusion & Markforgedpieces. James Teuber and Russell Beck are the co-founders of the company. It is expected that RE3DTECH will take a significant role in offering industrial-grade additive manufacturing services.
The company assists clients abroad to move their production from abroad centralized manufacturing centers to the area on-demand manufacturing and pieces making. This leads to warehousing needs.