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VisiJet M2S-HT90 (1,5Kg) High temperature resistant, Biocompatible*, transparent VisiJet M2S-HT90 delivers heat resistance with high heat deflection temperature at 90°C, enabling the production of tools and dies for thermoforming, eggshell molding or injection molding, prototype testing in warm environments, such as under the hood parts, enclosures and housings, heated fluids and gasses flow analysis for the durable goods and automotive industries. This transparent material is also capable of meeting USP Class VI standards for biocompatibility, to be used for printing medical devices where biocompatibility is required and fine features and small internal structures are needed for lattice structure or fluid flow channels. * Biocompatibility is based on testing by an independent testing lab on a single geometry and sample set per USP Class VI. Users should confirm fitness for use and biocompatibility for their applications.
VisiJet M2S-HT250 (1,5Kg) A strong, rigid material with best-in-class heat deflection temperature of 250 °C for functional testing in high heat environments VisiJet M2S-HT250 is a strong, rigid, translucent material with best-in-class heat deflection temperature (HDT) of 250°. This high thermal resistance makes VisiJet M2S-HT250 ideal for tooling, manufacturing aids and high temperature functional prototyping applications. In the Durable Goods and Automotive industries, uses include those requiring hot fluid and gas flow, as well as thermal shielding and insulation.
Figure 4 HI TEMP 300-AMB
Figure 4 HI TEMP 300-AMB (1 L) High Thermal-Resistance, Translucent Amber Plastic for Flow Visualization (HDT >300 °C) Figure 4 HI TEMP 300-AMB is an ultra-high temperature plastic for use in applications requiring high heat resistance. With heat deflection temperature of over 300 °C at both low and high stress (HDT at 0.455 and 1.82 MPa), this material is well suited for the testing of high temperature components in applications including HVAC, consumer appliances, motor enclosures, stators, molds and the like. It does not require a secondary thermal post-cure.
Additive vs Subtractive Manufacturing: Difference, Pros & Cons What is additive manufacturing? How does it work? What is subtractive technology? What are the advantages of additive manufacturing? Over the years, both additive and subtractive manufacturing processes have drastically shaken up the world. With their cutting edge technologies, they continue to create and parts that several industries can benefit from.