This new webinar on 3D printing explains how it can be used competitively in applications such as aviation, automotive and medical devices.
Companies are turning to 3D printing for the freedom it offers in design, to lower product development costs and to make lighter-weight products. In medical applications, they’re also using it to increase patient comfort.
Yet certain industries such as aerospace and medical devices have stringent requirements that require new high-performance polymers. Marilys Blanchy R&D Project Manager at Rescoll (Société de Recherche) presents two case studies using high-performance compounds to outline strategies for formulation, extrusion, 3D printing and characterization.