3D VINYL™ SOLUTIONS Industrial 3D printing materials.
Chemson’s 3D Vinyl™ industrial PVC technology will be available in both a pelletized form factor – optimized for high flow rate extrusion – and in several OD’s of spooled filament.
To see impressive examples of each scroll down.
Upper section of a functional, water-tight marine buoy for electronic sensors and data collection equipment. Buoy section was executed in under 12 hours on the Atlas (Titan Robotics) with 3D Vinyl™ pellets, using a 3mm aperture nozzle.
3D Vinyl™ Pellets: for high flow rate extrusion
Large fan cowl on Atlas (Titan Robotics), elapsed print time for progress shown – 1.5 hrs
7 ft/2.1meter functional marine buoy to house sensors and data collection instruments – completed in under 32 hours using 3mm aperture nozzle.
Chemson USA President Tony Butt, holding a section of water-tight pipe, made with 3D Vinyl™on the Titan Atlas system using a full 10 mm material bead. Pipe section was completed in under 3 hours.
Dennis Planner (Technical Manager – Chemson 3D Printing Materials Group) next to the Titan Atlas with Pellet Extruder as it rapidly executes a pipe section by depositing a full 10 mm diameter material bead of 3D Vinyl™.
Dennis Planner (Technical Manager – Chemson 3D Printing Materials Group) holding a skateboard deck, made with 3D Vinyl™ pellets.
L-R: Dennis Planner (Technical Manager- Chemson 3D Printing Materials Group); Dr Timo Seibel (Chemson Group); Clay Guillory (CEO, Titan Robotics