INTRODUCING HELIOS™ ​PEEK 2005

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Helios™ PEEK 2005 is a unique composite material developed by Roboze to increase the mechanical, thermal and surface finish characteristics of PEEK printed parts. Reinforced with chopped fibers of ceramic, it accelerates the time-to-market thanks to a reduction in post processing times of over 60% compared to other super polymers and composites. Discover more: https://bit.ly/Helios™PEEK2005 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- #3DPrinting #Technology #Superpolymers -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us : ➡Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/roboze3d/ ➡Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roboze_3d/ ➡LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/roboze ➡Web site: https://www.roboze.com

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