Impossible Objects Radically Reduces Prices with High-Performance 3D Printed Composite PEEK Products at PA12 Prices

September 13 2021

Impossible Objects will present its latest 3D printing advancement at RAPID + TCT 2021 to help manufacturers produce high-performance products: PEEK 3D printed products at radically lower costs.
Impossible Objects, which developed the revolutionary composite-based additive manufacturing (CBAM) process, has now radically reduced the cost of PEEK products, making them available at the price of conventional PA12 prices and saving up to 80 percent from product costs, said Robert Swartz, chairman and founder of Impossible Objects.

In addition, the products are much stronger and show significantly better temperature performance than the PA12 products produced by laser sintering or HP Multi Jet Fusion, Swartz said.

Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) is a semi-crystalline, high-performance engineering thermoplastic known for its high-temperature performance, strength and chemical resistance that competes with metals in performance.

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