INTAMSYS Launching 3D Printing Service and Releasing Technical Data Sheets for Its 3D Printing Materials
Shanghai-based 3D printer manufacturer INTAMSYS is well-known for its reliable and affordable FUNMAT industrial 3D printers, which can print using high-performance, functional materials; the innovative company is a leader in PEEK especially. INTAMSYS, which stands for INTelligent Additive Manufacturing SYStems, is fully committed to the highest standards in quality and manufacturing design, and has partnered with industry leaders before to deliver excellent 3D printing solutions.
In keeping with this company outlook, this week INTAMSYS announced that it is officially launching a new 3D Printing Service, with worldwide shipping coverage.
This new service is a one-stop shop service center, and will provide customers with online, professional-grade 3D printing and manufacturing assistance. Designers and engineers will leverage the company’s range of materials, manufacturing production expertise, and finishes in order to achieve higher cost efficiency and geometric and design freedom for their products, along with excellent strength to weight ratios.
INTAMSYS’ On Demand Manufacturing service can provide customers with multiple advantages, including the ability to manufacture parts with the company’s FUNMAT PRO HT and FUNMAT HT 3D printers, which offer consistent quality and accuracy, optimal and repeatable mechanical properties, and finely detailed prints. Customers can take advantage of the company’s full 3D printing solutions, which combine slicing software, its 3D printers, and vast knowledge of large-scale 3D printing, high-performance functional materials, and post-processing techniques.
The company has a dedicated engineering team working for its new 3D Printing Service. Keeping in line with its high manufacturing standards and strict requirements, INTAMSYS is deeply committed to making sure that all ordered prints are delivered on time, with accurate dimensions and up to spec.
As such, members of the service’s special engineering team will be inspecting each part before it is shipped out for any warping or other visual issues, and to ensure that it has the proper dimensional precision.
The new service is competitively priced, and allows customers to achieve faster design iterations and explore a wider set of part properties and applications for specific industry requirements.
In addition, it also offers full-size 3D printing for industrial applications through its FUNMAT 3D printers. This unique option allows customers to order prints that are up to 450 x 450 x 600 mm, which allows for a greater level of, as INTAMSYS puts it, “unibody parts design and printing.”
However, the newly launched 3D printing service isn’t the only news the Chinese 3D printer manufacturer is sharing this week. Today, INTAMSYS is releasing the downloadable technical data sheets for all of its selectable 3D printing materials.
According to the INTAMSYS 3D Printing Service, “High quality and consistency are some of the biggest advantages of INTAMSYS On Demand Manufacturing thanks to the ultra-reliable performance of INTAMSYS 3D printers.
“We believe that the technical performance of each INTAMSYS material is key to our customers for a greater understanding of the high-quality parts printed by INTAMSYS.”
The full set of free, downloadable technical data sheets, which contain detailed information on everything from values of physical and mechanical properties to material testing methods, are now publicly available to engineers and designers at the bottom of the company’s 3D Printing Service site, so they can peruse the technical performance references of its range of 3D printing materials.
Through the INTAMSYS 3D Printing Service, customers can use the company’s PEEK, ULTEM 1010, ULTEM TM 9085, and PPSU high-performance functional materials, along with engineering-grade thermoplastics and composites like ABS, ASA, Carbon Fiber Nylon, Nylon, PC, and PC-ABS.
The company is renowned for its expertise in high-performance 3D printing, which includes reliable and high-quality PEEK printing. The main advantages offered by PEEK, which is one of the highest performing but most difficult engineering thermoplastics in the world, include excellent mechanical properties and chemical resistance, along with being flame retardant in operating environments with high temperatures.
3D printed PEEK is often used for applications such as functional prototyping, metal replacement, and end-use parts in industries like aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, and dental. However, the thermoplastic material also provides many advantages in the research and medical fields, thanks to its excellent biocompatibility.
Visit the new INTAMSYS 3D Printing Service site today to start a quote for your next 3D printing project, or to download one of the company’s material technical data sheets.
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