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Lightweight Yet Durable Titanium Great Option for Aerospace Parts

Posted On September 21, 2020 By Nicole Hopper
Titanium Grade 5 6Al-4V’s strength and temperature, corrosion resistance make it an ideal material choice for aerospace and defense applications.
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Inconel 718: A Workhorse Material for Additive Manufacturing

Posted On August 11, 2020 By Rachel Hunt
Inconel 718 is a go-to material for additive manufacturing of metal parts.
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PP Natural Delivers Real Polypropylene for 3D Printing Use

Posted On July 24, 2020 By Protolabs
3D printed parts can now be made in real polypropylene using selective laser sintering.
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VALOX 357 Boasts Strong Chemical, Heat Resistance for Plastic Parts

Posted On June 24, 2020 By Nicole Hopper
The Polybutylene Terephthalate’s strong resistance, stability, and processability make it a versatile plastic useful in a variety industries.
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Fortron 1140L4 PPS Offers High Strength, Resistance for Molded Parts

Posted On April 27, 2020 By Nicole Hopper
Fortron’s heat and chemical resistance, electrical properties, and rigidity make it an ideal plastic for the automotive or electronic industries.
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Lexan 940 Offers Good Looks and Strength for Molded Parts

Posted On March 27, 2020 By Steve Konick
Lexan 940 resin continues to be a staple polycarbonate (PC) used for injection molding.
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Metal 3D Printing with Copper Offers Excellent Mechanical Properties

Posted On February 14, 2020 By Joseph Iannuzzelli
Metal 3D printing with a copper alloy offers excellent mechanical properties with high thermal and electrical conductivity.
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Delrin Offers Strong, Versatile Plastic Alternative to Metal

Posted On January 28, 2020 By Protolabs
Consider Delrin as an excellent plastic replacement for metal because of its strength, versatility.
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