Chemicals company Sabic has launched its new Lexan EXL AMHI240F 3D printing filament, an FDM material offering high performance and low-temperature ductility. Sabic is also releasing other FDM materials and eight new reinforced compounds for large-format additive manufacturing.
When you think of 3D printing in the aerospace sector, you probably think of metal additive manufacturing systems producing rugged titanium parts for jet engines. But there’s room in the competitive industry for regular FDM 3D printing too, whether for prototyping, small cabin parts, or other applications. Sabic is looking to exploit that area, with its new Lexan EXL. AMHI240F 3D printing filament.