Durham Oktoberfest exhibitor, Paragon Rapid Technologies, has announced that one of its additive manufacturing materials has been recognised by Global Automotive Standard.
The Carbon-branded engineering-grade, ABS-like 3D print material RPU70, has been officially registered on the IMDS database.
As the first UK production partner for US additive manufacturing experts, Carbon, Darlington-based Paragon said that is is moving from prototype to production with its new 3D printing technology, Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS).
RPU70 is one of a range of DLS materials available.
A spokesperson for Paragon said: “The listing marks a significant step towards mass digital production for the automotive sector, facilitating the 3D print of 100s or even 1000s of end-use parts, very quickly and without the need for tooling.
“Paragon is proud to be in compliance with national and international standards through IMDS recognition, a universal requirement across the global automotive supply chain.”
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