Natural organic fillers

Glass fillers

Glass can be used as a filler in the form of fiber, it is then a so-called reinforcing filler, of hollow glass beads or of microspheres, making it possible to improve the performance of the polymer matrix or to reduce the mass of the parts produced.

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Fiberglass: they are not strictly speaking charges but reinforcing agents.

Glass powder: its incorporation gives the resins better resistance to abrasion and compression, and allows for a lower and more homogeneous shrinkage of the molded parts.

Hollow glass beads: are obtained by heating glass beads containing a blowing agent. They improve the water and ageing resistance of thermoplastics.
Their density is between 0.45 and 0.38.

Glass microspheres: the use of glass microspheres reduces the mass of the parts obtained by 25 to 35%.

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From pellets to object, PAM technology offers the most direct process to high performances end-parts.
Metals Ceramics Commodity Elastomers Performance High Performance.

Ceramic 3D printed part lattice structure industrial material pellets direct 3D printing
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Technical ceramic

PESU Polyethersulfone industrial 3D printer pellets injection molding
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High performance thermoplastic

PP polypropylene industrial 3D printer pellets injection molding
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Standard thermoplastic

TPU elastomers TPE industrial 3D printer pellets injection molding
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Thermoplastic elastomer

PA polyamide industrial 3D printer pellets injection molding
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Performance thermoplastic