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Web-Seminar: Connecting 3nnovation in End-to-end 3D Printing

Web-Seminar: Connecting 3nnovation in End-to-end 3D Printing

Additive manufacturing or 3D printing has been used for printing prototypes and complex structures in low volumes. The additive manufacturing market is growing and likely to be widely adopted by
diverse industries. Automotive, medical and healthcare industries are the key markets driven in ASEAN.

Aside from customer's high demand, the biggest hurdle in additive manufacturing adoption is not technology. Rather, it is the absence of know-how and best consulting to meet customer's needs.

To address this, KRAIBURG TPE, ARBURG, and ZEISS is inviting you to its “Connecting 3nnovation in End-to-end 3D Printing” collaborative webinar. We will be sharing the key highlights and application possibilities of the 3D printing techniques with TPE. To ensure that your parts meet today’s rising quality demands, you will also discover the advantages of CT technology for evaluating materials with complex and hidden features.

  • Learn why TPE is the preferred material compound with additive  Wide hardness range, from super soft (<10 Shore A) to 66 Shore
  •  Exemplary product quality that meets various market compliances
    and; international standards for the automotive, consumer, industry
    and medical sectors.

  • Customizable TPEs for various coloring options.manufacturing application, such as:
  •  Low surface friction and surface haptics for varied manufacturing
  • Close to no or low odor and emission, Lightweight, excellent UV,
    and Weather resistance.
  •  Free of latex, PVC, Phthalates, and are recyclable – meeting
    global sustainability efforts and initiatives in reducing carbon
  •  Common TPE applications: gasket sealings and soft-touch part
    applications for handles and; buttons.
  •  As 3D printing technologies evolve, 3D printers adopting an open
    material feed system can now utilize TPE as part of printing jobs
    requiring soft polymers.

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