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Immensa Technology Labs to File for a 3D-Printing Patent

Immensa Technology Labs has submitted the first 3D printing related patent from a UAE-based company. The patent — an Immensa proprietary method for the production of moulds for concrete and other aggregates utilizing 3D printing — is an exclusive innovation that aims to revolutionise the way regional construction companies and engineering firms approach urban design, and allows for a wide array of creative applications while negating the burdens involved with current available methods.


Ascend to showcase growing portfolio of PA66 applications at NPE2018

Ascend Performance Materials, the world’s largest fully integrated producer of nylon 6,6 resin, will showcase its growing range of Vydyne® PA66 solutions for automotive, electrical and electronics, industrial and consumer applications at NPE2018 in Orlando, FL, from May 7 to 11. The company will have numerous applications on display at its booth (S14001), where it will also conduct a number of presentations on the performance and value of nylon 6,6 to processors and specifiers.

Clariant debuted additive solutions and launched AddWorks® at Chinaplas 2018

New, sustainable, ready-to-use solutions for plastic auto parts to support China’s electric vehicle boom
Stronger, softer nylon polyamide fibers plus fast processing for clothes, carpets & industrial applications
AddWorks blends lower total cost of ownership & reduce production complexity while enhancing performance

EOS TO LAUNCH NEW EOS P 810 POLYMER INDUSTRIAL 3D PRINTING PLATFORM AND HT-23

EOS, the world’s leading technology provider in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, is showcasing its latest portfolio of industrial additive manufacturing (AM) solutions at RAPID + TCT 2018 in booth #1118, hosted in Fort Worth, Texas, April 23-26. EOS will be launching the new EOS P 810 polymer platform specifically designed to process the new high-performance, ALM material HT-23. Developed in close cooperation with Boeing, this world’s first economic, high-temperature polymer AM solution addresses industry requirements for demanding high-performance parts. As such, this technology package is particularly developed for the aerospace industry but can also be applied for other industries.


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