Monday, March, 18, 2019 09:32:52

Category: Polymers

SAE, Norsk develop advanced specifications for additive manufacturing

Global leader in additive manufacturing of titanium components, Norsk Titanium (Norsk), along with SAE International (SAE), has recently introduced the first specifications aimed for direct energy deposition additive manufacturing. Apparently, these specifications use the Rapid Plasma Deposition (RPD) process as well as material requirements of …

Evonik unveils new polyamide powder for 3D printing applications

The new polyamide powder has a favorable effect on the dimensional stability of printed 3D components and on the process-ability in 3D printing applications The German specialty chemicals company Evonik has reportedly announced the launch of its new polyamide (PA) 6 powder for 3D printing …

Sasol attains beneficial operation of its first LCCP production plant

The company’s low-density polyethylene unit is the first of a total of seven LCCP facilities to successfully come online.  The new polymers facilities would effectively be doubling the company’s global polymer manufacturing capabilities. Sasol Limited (Sasol), a South African integrated energy & chemical company, has …

Filamentive unveils new 100% recycled PET filament for 3D printing

Reports indicate that the UK-based 3D printing filament company Filamentive has recently issued a declaration of recycled content for the company’s 3D printing materials, along with releasing a 100% recycled ONE PET filament. Apparently, this move from the company is expected to set a standard …

Pembina Pipeline to go ahead with polypropylene facility joint venture

Kuwait-based Petrochemical Industries Company is the joint venture partner of Pembina.   The proposed integrated propane dehydrogenation plant and polypropylene (PDH/PP) facility is located toward the northeast of Edmonton in Sturgeon County. The Calgary-based transportation and midstream service provider Pembina Pipeline Corporation has reportedly decided …

Google Arts & Culture, Stratasys use 3D printing to create artefacts

The implementation of 3D printing serves the purpose of enabling historians re-create artefacts physically and digitally, raising accessibility and awareness of historical articles. Reports indicate that Google Arts and Culture is deploying the J750 full color 3D printing system from Stratasys for reconstructing numerous historical …