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AquaSys® 180 - Use the world's first and only water-soluble 3D printing support material compatible with PEEK, PEKK, PEI and PPSU.

The new product from Infinite Materials Solutions is the first water-soluble support that is compatible with high-temperature thermoplastics such as PEEK, PEKK, PEI and PPSU

PRESCOTT, Wisconsin, 3 November 2020 / PRNewswire / – Today, Infinite Materials Solutions, LLC, a materials design innovator focused on additive manufacturing, announces the official launch of a water-soluble 3D printing support material called AquaSys.® 180. Manufactured for exceptional temperature stability, this new product thrives in printing conditions that no existing water-soluble support material can withstand. This makes it uniquely compatible with industry-favored thermoplastics such as polyetherdecantone (PEEK) and polyetherideamide (PEI), and significantly reduces the cost and time of downstream processing.

Steps that AquaSys® The 180’s representation would be clear for any business that uses fused filament fabrication (FFF) to print parts made from these high-temperature thermometers. Until now, doing so required that each part be printed with support structures made of material that either required removal manually, or dissolved with harmful solvents. With AquaSys® 180, users can now dissolve support structures with nothing but hot tap water, leaving behind a finished part with minimal residue – rendering these previous, laborious methods obsolete.

AquaSys Lana® The 180 to Market today represents the attainment of a unique vision from Infinite Content Solutions and its founder, Dr. Jeff sernohs.

“We are very excited to launch our Aquis® 180 products, “says Sernohs.” AquaSys® The 180 can be printed at chamber temperatures up to 180 ° C and engineered to work with high-temperature engineering thermoplastics such as PEEK, PEKK, PEI and PPSU, resulting in unprecedented design freedom for our customers. I am extremely proud of my team for their efforts to create this disruptive product. “

This is not the first time Infinite Materials Solutions has created a disruptive product in the field of 3D printing support materials. The company’s previous effort, AquaSys® 120 was introduced in 2018 as the first water-soluble support compatible with popular building materials such as ABS, nylon TPU, CPE, PC, and PP. Now, with AquaSys® 180, Equis® The offering is set to attract large audiences, particularly within industries such as aerospace and automotive, in which end-use parts made of PEI or PEEK will be particularly beneficial. For more information about AquaSys® 180, travel https://infinitematerialsolutions.com/explore-aquasys/

Infinite Material Solutions, LLC Nagase was established as a joint venture between the US, a multinational manufacturer-distributor of raw materials and specialty chemicals, and Interfacial Consultants, A. Wisconsin Based firm focuses on creating highly differentiated technology platforms. Since Nagsen previously acquired Interfacial Consultants LLC in 2020, Infiniti Material Solutions has leveraged greater access to the vast resources of all parties involved.

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Ari Archie
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AquaSys® 180 - Use the world's first and only water-soluble 3D printing support material compatible with PEEK, PEKK, PEI and PPSU.

Access the world's first and only water-soluble 3D printing support material AquaSys® 180 which is compatible with PEEK, PEKK, PEI and PPSU.

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