3D Printing Industry: Essentium Launches Three New High-Performance Filaments With Industrial Partners

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3D printing materials supplier Essentium has launched three new high-performance composite filaments specially designed for applications in aerospace, defense, electronics and more.

Brandon Sweeney, Co-founder of Essentium, states: “By providing an open additive ecosystem with a range of high-performance materials, industry players now have a unique opportunity to rapidly produce parts for harsh and extreme environments on-demand, save money, reduce waste, and streamline the supply chain. From now on, the best organizations will be printing their way to success in the digital age.”

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