INDMATEC Launches the PEEK 3D Printer first FDM 3D printer for printing high temperature polymers

It appears like every week another substance is introduced to the 3D printing arena. Whether it’s a new plastic, a new composite material or maybe some kind of conductive filament, every addition signifies new ways which we may now use our 3D printers. No more are we trapped in a universe where we’re confined to 3D printing items in only two dull plastic stuff (PLA and ABS).

The notion of having the ability to 3D print items in an FFF/FDM 3D printer utilizing PEEK, is just one which may open a great deal of doors to both prototyping and also for the production of end-use goods.

INDMATEC takes matters a step farther, with the FDM 3D printer targeted especially in 3D printing high-temperature polymers, including PEEK.

Whilst it was feasible to publish PEEK prior to the INDMATEC FDM-Printer, manufacturing procedures were mostly ineffective thus resulting in a wealth of waste PEEK substance being made and unnecessary sums of money being wasted. In accordance with INDMATEC this is an issue that has been removed for this new improvement.

From synergising both hardware and soft, the more FDM 3D Printer is perfect for calculating PEEK filaments. On account of this specially-developed Hot End and nozzle, the temperatures of around 420o C may be attained from the printer so as to reach the polymer’s high melting point. Furthermore adhesion of this PEEK substance is accomplished as a consequence of the printer heating bed. Regardless of the intricate components which compose the printer, the more user friendly applications is designed so the user may publish PEEK within an one-click process.

Based on Prof. Dr. Okolo, chemical scientist and also co-founder of all INDMATEC, the maturation of the brand new FDM-Printer “preceded decades of investigating to generate PEEK usable as a filament and simultaneously develop a FDM 3D ply that fulfills the ambitious demands of this substance.”

For all these reasons it can be used in several industrial regions, including automotive, mechanical engineering, health, electronic equipment and semiconductor industries. Businesses can utilize PEEK 3D printing to make automatically exceptionally durable synthetic parts. Due to its reduced weight and appealing mechanical characteristics, PEEK may be utilized to substitute alloy in some specific specialized applications.