Essentium Materials Unlock Industrial AM Applications
Edited by AM Staff
Essentium HSE 3D printer.
Essentium’s Ultem 9085 and ABS high-performance materials offer excellent resistance to heat and chemicals, while providing high strength making them ideal for industrial applications such as machine parts, tools, jigs and fixtures. Ultem 9085 and ABS materials provide manufacturers a cost-effective alternative to closed-system materials. Essentium’s high-performance materials are said to be an ideal choice for many aerospace, automotive, and medical applications.
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