Using Kimya materials to embed additive into manufacturing
Designing for Additive manufacturing is a key component of the 4th industrial revolution, through its role in production pilot runs and right up to production of your finished part. With Ultimakers complete, integrated, and open 3D printing platform, you can simplify supply chains, achieve lean manufacturing best practices, and improve the ergonomics and effectiveness of the parts you produce. Choosing the right material is critical to the success of your 3D print. Ultimaker's open filament system lets you print with any 2.85 mm filament, and print profiles from the Ultimaker Marketplace.
Kimya joined the material alliance in 2019 they see 3D material as the strongest link in the value chain and as a result of work conducted by specialist chemists. Kimya wants to make the world of manufacturing more agile with 3D printing and for production to take on a new dimension through flexibility and speed. To have a positive impact on the environment with new lighter, more durable and more responsible materials that can reduce the number of production stages and quantities required for conduction pilot runs. Kimya addressed the concerns regarding environmental sustainability, and launched a range of recycled materials. They introduced an ESD-safe material, as it continues to support the advancement of 3D printing technology, industrial applications, and end-use parts
Why Choose Kimya?
Kimya can meet complex specifications that are not available on the market. We can work with the Kimya Lab team to design 3D materials that are customised to the perfect formulation and characteristics needed for your industry and projects.
Kimya produces technical and high-performance materials. Contact us and we will help you select the right Kimya filament to meet your needs.
With Kimya being part of the Ultimaker Material Alliance the profile data of this material will all be added to Cura. By having optimised nozzles, settings and materials for the Ultimaker printers gives the user a better 3D printing experience.
Support materials that are reliable with materials that have complex specifications can be difficult to find. However the new AquaSys 120 support material works with a wide variety of engineering thermoplastics, dissolves rapidly in tap water up to 6 times faster than PVA, and is stable up to 120 °C build chamber temperature. Want to know more - take a look at our blog.