Biopolymer 3D printing

The main use of 3D printing is to produce components with complex geometries based on computer designs, tooling and manufacturing. This intrinsically limited mechanical properties and functionalities. This 3D printing gives many advantages in fabrication of composites, high precision, cost effective and customized geometry and these are useful to us. Most commonly used ABS filament in 3D printing. ABS is comes from Acrylonitrile, Butadiene and Styrene polymers. Industries mostly used for body work of cars, appliances, and mobile phone cases etc. ABS is used in 3D printing heated between 230ºC and 260ºC it is able to with stand high temperatures and it is a very tough material. Some of the printable thermoplastics made from biological substances have confined packages.


  • Bio-inks
  • Binder Materials
  • Rapid prototyping
  • Ink-jet Printer

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