3D Printing Industry: BASF and Innofil3D Expand Ultrafuse Range of Filaments with ESD Safe and Flexible Materials

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“Innofil 3D, a Dutch 3D materials manufacturer acquired by BASF in 2017, has launched two new filaments for FFF 3D printers. One of these materials, Ultrafuse Z PCTG, is the first electrostatic discharge (ESD) safe filament made by chemical giant BASF. The second, Ultrafuse TPU 80A LF, is a tough and flexible material made for both bowden and direct drive extruders.”

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