The critical role of 3D printing support materialBy Infinite Editorial Team
Years were spent on water-soluble support without viable results. Then, as you sometimes see in science, a left-field discovery led to a breakthrough.
— Larry Doerr, COO for Infinite Material Solutions
AquaSys 180 is the most advanced and most compatible support material available today... it can be used with PEKK, PEEK, ULTEM, and PPSU as it can withstand high temperatures.
— Filament2Print Soluble Materials for Support
Creating an Ultimaker profile required months of work on our part, but the result was worth it — providing customers the flexibility of an open system with the certainty of a closed system.
— Brandon Cernohous, Production Operations Manager, Infinite
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