Newsletter Nov 2020

Stay up to date with the latest information on our products and services, and find out about what we are doing to offer you the best 3D printing services.

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3D Printing Studios offers a new material: Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU)

With 3D Printing Studios‘ addition of another EOS P396, we are now able to offer a new material: Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU). 

Through Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) TPU, we now able to produce a part that requires rubber-like properties including flexibility, shock absorption, abrasion, and wear resistance.

Recently, an Australian manufacturer had requested a 300mm x 300mm x 60mm lattice structure for their own R&D work.

This squeezable, flexible, and stretchable model brilliantly demonstrates the potential use of cases of printing TPU in SLS.

For more information about printing TPU in SLS  contact us

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The National Museum of Australia uses 3D Printing to copy an aboriginal shield

The National Museum of Australia reached 3D Printing Studios to increase the size of an aboriginal shield for visually impaired people to be able to feel the texture of the shield.

This is an excellent demonstration of how the team at 3D Printing Studios can create personalised solutions to a wide range of applications.

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