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  1. SIBUR develops new polymer grade: Sibex 3DF

    ... overcomes the downsides of traditional FDM filament. FDM is an additive manufacturing process that is widely used in 3D modelling, prototyping and in industrial production. The method builds up objects layer-by-layer by extruding molten material – thermoplastic polymer filament – according to a pre-programmed algorithm. The resulting product’s consumer properties are driven by the properties of the material used: ABS, PLA and PETG are currently the most popular plastics for FDM. Some advantages ...