Lubrizol unveils first 3D printing materials, developing HP Jet Fusion powders

HP’s entrance into the 3D printing industry keeps on influencing its blemish on the added substance assembling to scene. A long way from taking business from different producers, the nearness of a HP 3D printing framework has supported swathes of new organizations to profit by the developing enthusiasm for HP’s Jet Fusion frameworks.

A month ago, we perceived how one organization, GoProto, was growing its 3D printing offices to oblige the rising interest for models made on the HP Jet Fusion 3D printer. Chemicals organization Lubrizol speaks to another side of the story: having joined HP’s Open Applications and Materials Program, Lubrizol is presently making 3D printing materials for an entire scope of 3D printers, bringing its chemicals ability into the added substance producing world.


Lubrizol brought its first historically speaking 3D printing materials, three fibers for FDM 3D printers, to TCT Asia 2018, an occasion that likewise presented a flying 3D printer. The new Lubrizol 3D printing materials will be plans of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), advertised under the name Estane and extending from delicate and adaptable to hard and unbending.

The Ohio organization says its new materials portfolio gives new alternatives to plastics handling and applications, empowering clients to meet the most recent market patterns.

“Following the as of late reported association with HP, Lubrizol keeps on extending our essence inside the quickly developing space of 3D printing,” remarked David Pascual, Lubrizol Marketing Manager. “By consolidating our separating sciences together with our detailed polymer aptitude and comprehension of end-uses and stations to showcase, we’re ready to grow really separating 3D printing materials, augmenting an incentive for our clients all inclusive.”

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