Date & Time
Sep 21, 2021 10:00am CET
UL's independent research investigated the safety-critical performance properties of 3D printed samples against injection-molded samples. Researchers identified significant variations and concluded that performance ratings from traditional manufacturing techniques cannot be applied when the same material is used in 3D printing.
The findings have been used to develop an independent program for evaluating and qualifying plastics intended for 3D printing, helping additive manufacturing stakeholders mitigate risk and deliver quality and performance.
Primary topics include:
- Effects of 3D printing on ignition, flammability and dielectric strength
- Applying preselection of materials for faster product compliance
- The Blue Card explained: plastics used for additive manufacturing
Other webinars in this series
Webinar 1: Color Concentrates and Acceptable Modifications at the Molder
May 20, 2021
10 - 11 a.m. CET