NEW PEKK 3D PRINTER – PEKK AND CARBON LOADED PEKK – Advanced Engineering Birmingham

2 & 3 November 2022 | NEC, Birmingham

The UK's leading gathering of OEMs and engineering supply chain professionals

2 & 3 November 2022 | NEC, Birmingham

The UK's leading gathering of OEMs and engineering supply chain professionals

2 & 3 November 2022
NEC, Birmingham

NEW PEKK 3D PRINTER – PEKK AND CARBON LOADED PEKK

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NEW PEKK 3D PRINTER – PEKK AND CARBON LOADED PEKK

Dedienne Multiplasturgy® Group, specialist in the design and manufacture of high
performance plastic and composite technical parts, replacing metal parts, becomes THE first
French manufacturer to equip itself with the EOS P 810 laser sintering machine for EOS
HT-23 material (based on Kepstan® PEKK, Extreme Polymer from Arkema, reinforced
with Carbon Fibers).
Dedienne Multiplasturgy Group® has always worked in a continuous stream of innovations. In
this context, the Group is in the process of creating a complete “Atelier Dedienne 3D” for
additive production-oriented manufacturing in small and medium-sized series. In April 2019, a
first machine was put into service, allowing series in additive manufacturing based on Rilsan®
Polyamide 11, high performance bio-based polymer, derived entirely from sustainable castor
oil and manufactured by Arkema.
In October, the “Atelier Dedienne 3D” will host the EOS P 810 machine to produce EOS HT-
23 parts, an EOS powder made from Kepstan® PEKK, the extreme polymer supplied by
Arkema, reinforced with carbon fibers. EOS P 810 is the first laser sintering solution for mass
production of demanding high temperature PEKK polymer functional parts.
Dedienne Multiplasturgy® Group is THE first French equipped manufacturer delivering
functional parts and components internationally. With a construction volume of 700 x 380
x 380 mm, EOS P 810 allows fast and economical production of high-performance techno
polymer parts directly from CAD data without the need for tooling. EOS HT-23 parts offer high
strength at low weight and withstand temperatures well above 200°C. They can also be
metallized to provide electrical continuity or serve as electromagnetic shielding, technologies
that are mastered and implemented internally by Dedienne Multiplasturgy® Group.

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