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Forward AM & Photocentric Launch Resins for Demanding 3D Printing Application

Published on 2020-11-18. Author : SpecialChem

TAGS:  Automotive    3D Printing   

basf3d-printing-resins-photocentric Forward AM is launching the Engineering Plastic Daylight Ultracur3D® product portfolio, as part of its strategic partnership with Photocentric. The first two materials, Ultracur3D® EPD 1006 and Ultracur3D® EPD 2006, are now available on the market.

Parts printed with these resins demonstrate high stiffness and flexibility, meeting the needs of customers with demanding applications in 3D printing such as prototyping, engineering, and serial production automotive parts.

Large Volume and High-resolution Printing


These innovative materials have been developed to work seamlessly with the unique Photocentric LCD Daylight technology, as applied in the Liquid Crystal Magna machine, making large volume printing and high-resolution capabilities possible.

We believe the excellent combination of Forward AM’s expertise in 3D printing materials, our unique material portfolio, and Photocentric’s advanced printer technology will open the door to cost-competitive component printing and thus make the mass-manufacture of functional end-use parts an industrial reality.

Consequently, we are jointly introducing a series of materials dedicated and designed to benefit the customer, with excellent characteristics that perfectly match the technical capabilities of our partner’s printing machines”, explains François Minec, managing director BASF 3D Printing Solutions.

Final Part production in Credible Prices


“We are excited about launching this great new resin, the Ultracur3D® EPD line, with BASF. Our joint ambition from the outset was to make a significant difference to industrial manufacturing – not just additive manufacturing. Our belief has always been that as soon as we provide superior final-part characteristics at credible prices, we will enable the beginning of scaled-up component manufacture. Now for the first time we are creating a genuine and compelling alternative to conventional injection molding tooling”, comments Paul Holt, managing director, Photocentric.

Forward AM and Photocentric are strongly connected through a long-standing strategic partnership. After close R&D collaboration to develop innovative functional materials, the current resin launch represents a new pillar of the alliance. The launch of Ultracur3D® EPD 1006 and EPD 2006 will be closely followed by four additional resins throughout the first quarter of 2021.


Source: Forward AM
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