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Manufacture rubber parts with production performance properties with this mid-tear strength, high elongation at break and Shore 65A hardness material.
Figure 4 RUBBER-65A BLK material is specially formulated to address key customer needs for rubber parts featuring production performance properties and production mechanical properties, in the light of specifications tested according to industry standards.
Figure 4 RUBBER-65A BLK is a mid-tear strength material for the production of medium hard rubber parts with slow rebound, for applications such as grips, handles, gaskets, bumpers, seals, vibration dampening components and more.
The full suite of mechanical properties are given per ASTM and ISO standards where applicable. All parts are conditioned per ASTM recommended standards for a minimum of 40 hours at 23 °C, 50% RH. Material properties include physical and mechanical properties, as well as thermal, UL flammability, and electrical (dielectric strength, dielectric constant, dissipation factor, and volume resistivity).
Figure 4 technology prints parts that are isotropic in mechanical properties meaning the parts printed along either the XYZ axis will give similar results. Parts do not need to be oriented to get the highest mechanical properties, further improving the degree of freedom for part orientation for mechanical properties.
Lamborghini adopts 3D printing and prints more than 20,000 parts in 2020 Italian luxury car and SUV manufacturer Lamborghini is widely known for being ahead of the curve by implementing the latest technologies to the automobile market. Therefore, it came as no surprise when Lamborghini decided to 3D print car parts. By integrating 3D printing with traditional car-making methods, Lamborghini is creating timeless masterpieces - such as the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 and the Sián Roadster - and showing everyone how it's done.
Artforge Studio Uses FabPro 1000 to Expand Capabilities with 3D Printed Jewellery The UK-based jewellery workshop Artforge Studio is quickly becoming the epitome of modern jewellery making. The Studio's owner, Simon Walker, has been a working goldsmith for over 30 years. However, recently, Walker introduced 3D Printing to his classic jewellery making process. The combination of 3D printing with traditional methods such as diamond mounting and silversmithing has taken Artforge Studio to the next level.