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BASF has launched a new 3D printing scheme, which will make the manufacturing of complex parts more convenient and fast.

BASF has launched a new 3D printing scheme, which will make the manufacturing of complex parts more convenient and fast.

February 22, 2019

BASF multi-functional solutions help the rapidly expanding industrial 3D printing market in the Asia Pacific region.

2019 Asia 3D printing and additive manufacturing exhibition BASF booth: February 21-23, Booth E50 in W4 Hall of Shanghai New International Expo Center Shanghai, China - February 21, 2018 - from February 21 to 23, 2018, BASF will launch a series of innovative cross industry 3D printing solutions at the 2019 Asian 3D printing and additive manufacturing exhibition in Shanghai. The new solution will make the development of complex parts easier and faster, make unique design possible, and make medium-sized to mass production more cost-effective

dengzhiyong, senior manager of BASF 3D printing business development, said: "at present, the industrial 3D printing market in the Asia Pacific region, including the automotive, aerospace, medical and dental industries, as well as the consumer goods industry, is growing rapidly in China. These solutions will help accelerate the customer's product development cycle, save time and money, and expand the design boundary."

BASF will launch its solutions in the following three areas:

powder melting: BASF will launch ultrasint PA6 LM and ultrasint PP new plastic powders for selective laser sintering (SLS) process. Ultrasint PA6 LM exhibits a dynamometer level comparable to that of injection molded PA6 at a processing temperature of degrees Celsius, which is important for its high stiffness and thermal stability. BASF also offers a wide range of plastic powders, such as ultrasint PA6 series, adsint PA12, PA11 and TPU

photopolymer liquid system: new photosensitive polymers specially designed for SLA, DLP and inkjet printing systems will be launched under the brand of "ultracur3d". This series of products are specially developed for functional components, with stronger mechanical performance, better stability after years of technical breakthrough, and easier printing and post-processing. BASF will work with Xunshi technology to jointly demonstrate the low viscosity, easy to clean photosensitive polymers used in dentistry. BASF also cooperates with Hager technology, a 3D printing solution provider, to develop new photosensitive polymers for mass production of industrial parts and consumer goods

extrusion solution: in addition to the industry insiders of inn think ofil3d, BASF also launched a series of ultrafuse brand wires. Ultrafuse and innofil3d reinforced engineering wires have good properties, such as high temperature and chemical resistance, high stability, and extremely low moisture absorption - which means that they can also be used in functional prototype design or even small batch production. BASF also cooperates with a local distributor, Tianjin Jiemei new material technology, to explore the Chinese market and provide better services to customers. BASF's 3D printing technology center in Shanghai provides fuse manufacturing (FFF) technical services and application development support for 3D printer manufacturers and end users, making the operation more intuitive and simple; Lengthened extruded space

please come to BASF booth of 2019 Asia 3D printing and additive manufacturing exhibition: Booth E50, hall W4, Shanghai New International Expo Center

about BASF 3D printing solutions Co., Ltd.

BASF 3D printing solutions Co., Ltd., headquartered in Heidelberg, Germany, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BASF New Industries Co., Ltd. The business focuses on the development and business expansion of materials, system solutions, components and services in the field of 3D printing. With a flexible and dynamic internal structure, the company can meet the needs of customers in the ever-changing 3D printing market. BASF 3D printing solutions cooperates closely with BASF global research platform and various application technology departments. In addition, it also cooperates with a number of research institutions, universities, start-ups and industrial partners. The potential customers are mainly companies that intend to use 3D printing for industrial manufacturing. Typical industries include automotive, aerospace and consumer goods

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