Evonik to collaborate with HP to develop plastic powder for 3D printing

The German specialty chemicals company has produced special plastic materials, which allow for the industrial production of high-tech components in using 3D printing technologies

German specialty major Industries has joined hands with Inc to intensify the development of new plastic powders for printing. As the first materials manufacturer, the specialty company will place a certified product Z2773 on Hewlett Packard's Open Platform Program. is 12 (PA-12) powders available in different particle sizes used for numerous applications.
   
“Through the close partnership with and our active participation in the open platform program we anticipate further impetus in the development of new plastic powders for printing use,” said Dr Matthias Kottenhahn, head of the business line high performance polymers of Evonik.   
   
The new PA-12 powder from the segment of Resource Efficiency convinces with superior mechanical properties and is FDA compliant, as the components printed on the basis of can be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for food contact. So, the use of additive manufacturing technologies in food production equipment components which require flexibility due to limited quantities or unique, complex designs is conceivable.   
   
has developed and produced special plastic materials, which allow for the industrial production of high-tech components in using printing technologies for years. 12-based powders convince with their high quality and processing capabilities, and the property profile of each powder is perfectly matched to the respective printing technology.

Additive manufacturing or printing is a new technology to shape plastic materials. This technology is based on the principle of the layer-wise build-up of a structure by combining powders, fluids, filaments, sheets, or binders to form a part.

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Evonik to collaborate with HP to develop plastic powder for 3D printing

The German specialty chemicals company has produced special plastic materials, which allow for the industrial production of high-tech components in using 3D printing technologies

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Evonik's Vestosint polyamide 12 powders
Evonik's Vestosint polyamide 12 powders

German specialty major Industries has joined hands with Inc to intensify the development of new plastic powders for printing. As the first materials manufacturer, the specialty company will place a certified product Z2773 on Hewlett Packard's Open Platform Program. is 12 (PA-12) powders available in different particle sizes used for numerous applications.
   
“Through the close partnership with and our active participation in the open platform program we anticipate further impetus in the development of new plastic powders for printing use,” said Dr Matthias Kottenhahn, head of the business line high performance polymers of Evonik.   
   
The new PA-12 powder from the segment of Resource Efficiency convinces with superior mechanical properties and is FDA compliant, as the components printed on the basis of can be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for food contact. So, the use of additive manufacturing technologies in food production equipment components which require flexibility due to limited quantities or unique, complex designs is conceivable.   
   
has developed and produced special plastic materials, which allow for the industrial production of high-tech components in using printing technologies for years. 12-based powders convince with their high quality and processing capabilities, and the property profile of each powder is perfectly matched to the respective printing technology.

Additive manufacturing or printing is a new technology to shape plastic materials. This technology is based on the principle of the layer-wise build-up of a structure by combining powders, fluids, filaments, sheets, or binders to form a part.

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Evonik to collaborate with HP to develop plastic powder for 3D printing

The German specialty chemicals company has produced special plastic materials, which allow for the industrial production of high-tech components in using 3D printing technologies

The German specialty chemicals company has produced special plastic materials, which allow for the industrial production of high-tech components in using 3D printing technologies
German specialty major Industries has joined hands with Inc to intensify the development of new plastic powders for printing. As the first materials manufacturer, the specialty company will place a certified product Z2773 on Hewlett Packard's Open Platform Program. is 12 (PA-12) powders available in different particle sizes used for numerous applications.
   
“Through the close partnership with and our active participation in the open platform program we anticipate further impetus in the development of new plastic powders for printing use,” said Dr Matthias Kottenhahn, head of the business line high performance polymers of Evonik.   
   
The new PA-12 powder from the segment of Resource Efficiency convinces with superior mechanical properties and is FDA compliant, as the components printed on the basis of can be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for food contact. So, the use of additive manufacturing technologies in food production equipment components which require flexibility due to limited quantities or unique, complex designs is conceivable.   
   
has developed and produced special plastic materials, which allow for the industrial production of high-tech components in using printing technologies for years. 12-based powders convince with their high quality and processing capabilities, and the property profile of each powder is perfectly matched to the respective printing technology.

Additive manufacturing or printing is a new technology to shape plastic materials. This technology is based on the principle of the layer-wise build-up of a structure by combining powders, fluids, filaments, sheets, or binders to form a part.
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