3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) has announced the immediate availability of Accura(R) Xtreme(TM) White-200 plastic for use in 3D Systems’ iPro SLA(R) printers, advanced manufacturing’s “gold standard” for part performance and accuracy. This next generation SLA material extends 3D Systems’ unmatched solutions for direct manufacture of end use parts further. Accura Xtreme White-200 is also available through 3D Systems’ Quickparts service.
As the toughest and most durable SLA material available today, Accura Xtreme White-200 offers high elongation at break, high impact strength and the stiffness and durability of ABS plastic, making it the top choice for functional assemblies that must stand up to the harshest, most demanding environments. Use cases include snap fits, functional assemblies, master patterns for vacuum casting and applications requiring outstanding toughness, such as automotive parts, drill/tap and mechanisms that must be bolted together.
“The new Accura Xtreme White-200 exhibits faster build speeds, better detail fidelity and nicer sidewall quality than other durable materials we’ve previously offered,” said Steve Grundahl, President of MidWest Prototyping. “All this while providing incredibly durable parts.”
“Our new Accura Xtreme White-200 material is a revolutionary breakthrough in SLA plastics,” said Steve Hanna, Global Director of Materials, for 3D Systems. “Accura Xtreme White — 200 parts have the toughness and durability of ABS for both prototyping and manufacturing uses. Best of all, these parts reflect a stunning white finish that replicates the look and feel of an injection molded part.”
Find more information on Accura Xtreme White-200 at 3DSystems.com.
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