Presentation on Expanded Materials for HP3D | November 21st, 2019 | 10:00am
Published by Novastar Solutions (Livonia, MI)
LIVONIA, MI NOVEMBER 4
Join Novastar for our final Open House of 2019 featuring a special presentation by Extol about 3D printing with Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) and Polypropylene (PP). Extol will also feature fastening processes utilized to make assemblies from parts 3D printed in these new materials.
TPU is the latest material to be released for HP 3D printers. The soft and flexible nature of TPU opens a new world of possibilities for energy absorption, bellows, ducts, seals, wearable components, and much more. Polypropylene is in development for additive manufacturing in HP 3D printers. It is a durable, low-cost material with chemical resistance. The HP MJF fusion process also ensures the parts are water-tight like their nylon counterparts.
The event will begin at 10:00am with coffee & snacks. Lunch will be served at noon during the special presentation. There will be ample opportunity to spend one-on-one time with additive manufacturing specialists, see parts being printed in real-time, and examine hundreds of demonstration parts and special applications. You are welcome to invite guests but please have them register independently so we have an accurate head count for lunch.