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BASF Ultrafuse® PET CF15 and BASF Ultrafuse® PAHT CF15 are now available for XYZprinting’s PartPro300 xT

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XYZprinting has evaluated and qualified materials from the globe’s leading companies that enable customers to innovate and achieve growth in the additive manufacturing industry. In response to customer’s professional needs, XYZprinting has orchestrated the best-in-class offerings from a comprehensive partner ecosystems for delivering an integrated portfolio of products, services and solutions. By providing innovative materials, XYZprinting is able to help customers turn technology into a competitive advantage.

BASF Ultrafuse® PET CF15

Ultrafuse® PET CF15 is a cost-effective material that combines fast processing and low moisture absorption with excellent strength and rigidity.

Ultrafuse® PET CF15 is a polyethylene terephthalate strengthened with 15% carbon fiber, which is easier to operate than other carbon fiber reinforced filaments. Users would be capable of 3D printing new modules that can withstand higher mechanical and thermal loads while staying completely functional.

Ultrafuse® PET CF15 is a high-performance engineering filament that helps users to optimize new 3D printing applications. This filament is suitable for a wide range of demanding industrial applications due to its superior heat resistance, high strength, and rigidity. It’s an ideal solution for applications in humid operating environments because of its high dimensional stability and low moister uptake.

Applications:

  • Automotive
  • Jigs & fixtures
  • Applications for humid operating environments

Benefits:

  • Heat resistant up to 74°C
  • Strong, rigid components
  • High dimensional stability
  • Excellent surface finish
  • Very low moisture absorption
  • Compatible with HIPS for breakaway support

BASF Ultrafuse® PAHT CF15

High Temperature PA with 15 % Carbon Fiber

Ultrafuse® PAHT CF15 is a high-performance 3D printing filament that extends the reach of FFF printing applications. It can be used with any FFF printer that has a hardened nozzle. It’s also compatible with BVOH, a water-soluble support material, and HIPS, allowing for the printing of complex geometries in the harshest operating conditions.

Ultrafuse® PAHT CF15 integrates excellent mechanical resilience with high temperature and chemical resistance. Your printed part will have low shrinkage during printing due to its excellent dimensional stability, ensuring a smooth printing experience. Because of the existence of the fibers, the parts are incredibly strong and rigid.

Applications:

  • Automotive
  • Complex geometries in challenging environments

Benefits:

  • Strong, rigid components
  • High dimensional stability
  • Low moisture absorption
  • High temperature resistance up to 150°C
  • Higher chemical resistance than most PA grades

XYZprinting PartPro300 xT

The Professional High Performance FFF Printer with Dual Extrusion and Controlled Heated Chamber

XYZprinting is introducing the PartPro300 xT, a larger professional FFF 3D printer with a maximum build size of 295x300x300mm and high performance dual extruder capable of printing with advanced materials like Carbon PLA, Nylon, Metallic, PETG, ABS, TPE, PLA and water soluble support material. High temperature high speed steel nozzles enable advanced material printing with high quality results. The temperature controlled print chamber keeps the printing temperature constant for excellent performance on complex geometries. Advanced auto leveling and calibration ensures high precision accurate parts. The printer can accept two 3kg material rolls significantly extending print duration for larger jobs.

 

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