Nexa3D recently announced the addition of Evonik’s INFINAM® TPC 8008 P for elastomeric parts on its QLS series 3D printers. While many TPE and TPU materials struggle with long-term performance in demanding applications, TPC represents a new era for elastomeric components in production and end-use applications.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this on-demand webinar:
✅ What makes TPC different from other TPU and TPE materials
✅ How you can use TPC for production applications
✅ The performance characteristics of TPC
✅ How you can control material performance through design
✅ Automating your production workflow for TPC components
✅ How TPC can impact production parts, including footwear and sporting goods
There’s also a Q&A session at the end with Dwayne Jeon, Design Director for the acclaimed La La Land Production and Design house, and John Calhoun, Director of QLS Business at Nexa3D.
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