The Secret to Large-Scale, High-Temp 3D Printing Applications
Now available for free on YouTube
At a glance, this webinar session, recorded on December 3, covers how innovations from Infinite and Titan are enabling faster, more cost-effective printing processes.
Specifically, viewers will learn about the key capabilities of Titan printers and the advantages of Infinite's new high-temperature, water-soluble support materials—AquaSys® 120 and AquaSys® 180. And most importantly, it covers how utilizing both could help you move your business forward. Viewers will also benefit from a detailed analysis of extrusion techniques (pellets vs. filament) and a segment on relevant tips and tricks.
Find out what these advancements could mean for you.
About Infinite Material Solutions:
Infinite Material Solutions, LLC is an innovation house that develops wholly unique materials for additive manufacturing. By dedicating their resources to solving seemingly unsolvable material science problems, the company aims to enable new 3D printing applications and capabilities—disrupting the industry in the process.
Infinite's most recent development is AquaSys® 180, the world's only water-soluble support material that's compatible with PEEK, PEKK, PEI, and PPSU—build materials that, historically, have either required manual removal, or dissolution using harmful solvents. Now, with AquaSys 180, users can dissolve support structures with nothing more than warm tap water, leaving behind a finished part with minimal residue, effectively rendering these previous, laborious methods obsolete.
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