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Thermoforming is a process that consists of heating a sheet or sheet of thermoplastic, so that when it softens it can be adapted to the shape of a mould by the action of pressure and vacuum. This is undoubtedly an enormously versatile and relatively inexpensive manufacturing process, very widespread in industry and very useful in the prototyping process.
There are a number of different adhesion products available, but the most common are spray adhesives, vaporisers and liquid adhesives. In this article you can find some of the most common problems that the user may encounter when using adhesive products to adhere to the base.
There are a multitude of materials with advanced properties, perfect for applications in sectors such as engineering. RGNT-Motorcycles has chosen Adura X filament for the manufacture of its motorbike parts, here's why.
As with other 3D printing technologies, in SLS 3D printing it is crucial to know what the printing costs will be for each 3D printed part. This article explains how to know the approximate costs of 3D printing with the SLS 3D printers Sinterit Lisa and Sinterit Lisa Pro.
Polypropylene (PP) is one of today's most valued plastic materials, but offers certain difficulties when it comes to 3D printing. PPprint offers a range of products to optimise the process of 3D printing parts from this material.
The use of 3D printers and other devices in the educational environment makes it possible for students to carry out different projects and activities that reinforce their STEAM skills, learning in a practical way through entertainment.