Polymer powders (nylons) for 3D printing
Evonik’s leading market position for ready-to-use nylon powders is based on two innovative technology platforms. The group manufactures its precipitated polymer 3D printing materials at the Marl chemical park in Germany. Austin, TX, in USA is the home for Evonik’s structured polymers technology.
Polyamide 12 powders (nylons)
Polyamide 12-based high-performance powder nylon materials INFINAM® PA convince with their high quality and processing capabilities, and the property profile of each powder is perfectly matched to common powder bed fusion (PBF) 3D printing technology.
Polyamide 613 powders
Polyamide 613-based high-performance powder materials INFINAM® PA has been developed for applications in higher temperature range as part of its polyamide 6 series and is perfectly matched to common powder bed fusion (PBF) 3D printing technology.
Evonik has developed the world's first flexible plastic material based on TPA (thermoplastic amide) stands out for its high elasticity and strength and is suitable for a variety of powder-based 3D printing technologies.
Evonik has developed two new thermoplastic copolyester powders of the INFINAM® TPC brand for powder bed fusion to meet the growing demands of the 3D printing industry.
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