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The dynamism of the 3D printer sector also reflects the dynamics within the required raw materials with their varying characteristics. It’s not only the distinction between raw materials between plastic or metal powders and increasingly food powders that already make for a high diversity, but also the individual solutions within the product group required to achieve the respective industry’s individual target specifications.
Mechanical product strength, temperature stability as well as processability play a major role and are the reason behind the great demands placed on the corresponding raw material powders. The high fineness, especially for high-quality applications, requires the use of special equipment with cryogenic technology. In cooperation with Air Liquide, Krefeld, A. Ebbecke Verfahrenstechnik AG has entered into a strategic partnership in the field of cryogenic grinding. The result is a unique competence center for cryogenic grinding technology and cryogenic processes.
Here, A. Ebbecke Verfahrenstechnik AG has taken over the unprecedented center for cryogenic grinding technology from Air Liquide Deutschland, in Krefeld, Germany, and operates the largest range of corresponding processing facilities with 14 cryogenic plants.
Due to the harmonizing variety of processes we have in place, we are able to realize complete supply-chain solutions for you. Mixing of 3D printer powders, drying, special drying, e.g. in the polyamide sector. Grinding, micronization as well as filling in special containers can be realized completely in-house in collaboration with you.
In this context, A. Ebbecke Verfahrenstechnik AG is increasingly resorting to specially developed jet milling techniques which only we have to offer thus providing you with a USP in your customer relationship.
3D powders for 3D printers require tight tolerances. Many powders can be optimally produced using cryogenic grinding technology and other processes. A. Ebbecke Verfahrenstechnik AG is your experienced partner for the preparation of 3D printing powders. The most used materials in 3D printing in 2020 were plastic powders, ceramic powders and metal powders.
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