Reducing the environmental impact and increasing the aircrafts’ performance with 3D printing
Additive Manufacturing is ideal for production in the aeronautics industry: here the greatest challenge is reducing the weights of the aircrafts with lighter parts, keeping high the performance standards of the components produced. The replacement of light alloys like aluminium thanks to Metal Replacement processes allows to reduce also the fuel consumption, the emissions of carbon dioxide and increase the efficiency of the aircrafts. Roboze technology, thanks to a wide range of super polymers and composite materials, allows to satisfy the key purposes of this sector.
The amorphous theormoplastic filament with the highest heat resistance
Working on an exclusive collaboration with SABIC involving research and marketing, Roboze introduced on ARGO Production Systems the amorphous thermoplastic filament with the highest heat resistance in the entire polymer 3D printing sector: EXTEM™ AMHH811F Filament, thermoplastic polyimide, is one of the highest performing materials for the aeronautics sector.
An example is the acoustic liner, printed by Roboze team with EXTEM™ AMHH811F Filament. Positioned in the wings, this liner is useful to reduce the sound waves and vibrations of an aircraft, as well as the noise within the cabin.
EXTEM™ AMHH811F Filament addresses the main requirements of the components in the aeronautics sector, thanks to the UL94-V0 and UL Blue Card V0-075 certifications, the latter one gained on samples printed by ARGO systems with a thickness of 0,75 mm. This certification puts on the same regulatory level parts printed with FFF technology as the parts produced with traditional manufacturing like injection moulding.
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