BASF Forward AM is working in partnership with Photocentric to enable cost-efficient 3D printing technologies for an impressive spectrum of industrial applications and mass-customization. We are currently jointly developing a fully integrated solution that covers the whole spectrum from part design and preparation to finishing of the final parts, leading-edge Additive Manufacturing chemistry from BASF. The innovative materials have been developed to work seamlessly with the unique Photocentric LCD daylight technology, making large volume printing and high-resolution capabilities possible. Our joint goal is to make Additive Manufacturing the solution of choice for the mass-customized serial production of industrial components with great properties at credible prices.
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Ultracur3D® EPD Powered by Photocentric is the new Engineering Plastic Daylight (EPD) photopolymer product line. Materials from this Line enable a wide range of versatile 3D applications at a competitive cost. Thus, being ideal for making large-scale objects displaying extreme hardness when pressure is applied. The first materials Ultracur3D® EPD 1006 and Ultracur3D® EPD 2006 have now been introduced into the market. Parts printed with these resins demonstrate high stiffness and flexibility, meeting the needs of customers with demanding applications in 3D printing such as prototyping, engineering and large-scale automotive parts.