Ultimaker reveals new material profiles and print core CC Red 0.6

3ders.org | 9/25/2018 | Staff
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3D printing company Ultimaker today reveals two optimized industrial materials for the Ultimaker S5 at the TCT Show in Birmingham. The company also introduces a new print core CC Red 0.6 that allows reliable 3D printing on the Ultimaker S5 with composite materials.

Earlier this year, Ultimaker introduced its latest model Ultimaker S5 3D printer, and announced a strategic alliance with materials companies. The collaborating companies will make use of Ultimaker’s software and material knowledge in order to generate and maintain material profiles. Customers will then be able to reliably use the materials on Ultimaker 3D printers, with settings automatically generated based on these profiles.

Royal - DSM - Company - Nutrition - Health

Royal DSM, a global science-based company focusing on nutrition, health and sustainable Living, and Owens Corning, a developer and manufacturer of insulation, roofing, and fiberglass composites are two alliance members that have been working closely with Ultimaker. Today at the TCT Show they’re announcing material properties for DSM Novamid and Owens Corning XSTRAND filaments.

Royal DSM launched its new carbon fiber filled gradePA6/66 filament Novamid ID1030 CF10 for 3D printing. Despite the low carbon fiber loading of 10%, much lower than othercarbon filled materials, the Novamid ID1030 CF10 product is said to enable industrial parts boasting properties close to what is expected with injection moulded components, while matching the easy and fast printing of unreinforced plastics.

Hugo - Da - Silva - Vice - President

Hugo da Silva, Vice President of Additive Manufacturing at DSM: “Together with Ultimaker, we can contribute to offer a simple hassle-free solution, as their software and the Ultimaker S5 are fully aligned with our materials to create unlimited high-demanding parts.”

Owens Corning has created its own high-end 3D...
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