Filament for 3D printers - Polish professional filament manufacturer
We are pleased to inform you that Polish manufacturers of filament for 3D printers choose proven lines produced in our company Zamak Mercator. Filament production lines for 3D printers
Four lines for the production of filament for 3D printers at one customer
Our client purchased the first line for the production of filament for 3D printers in 2015. At that time, when we handed it over to the client, we joked that by the end of 2021 he would have 5 lines produced by Zamak Mercator. The vision presented in the form of humor became a component of a real business plan. The chosen business model of the client meant that the commercial expansion and the highest quality of the produced filament for 3 D printers influenced decisions about further investments.
In July this year, our company installed the fourth filament production line produced by Zamak Mercator. The highest quality of the line, high efficiency, new models of extruders and accompanying devices give the customer such large production possibilities. Our client is one of the largest filament producers in Europe.
Currently, the client exports the produced filament for 3D printers to countries such as the USA and Canada.
Lines for the production of fibers (filaments) that are intended for use in 3D printers are characterized by high linear speeds, precision and dimensional accuracy of the filament for 3D printers, energy efficiency and intuitive operation while maintaining great controllability of the entire filament production process. To produce filament for 3D printers, you need to use plastic in the form of granules, melt and plasticize them, form a continuous fiber (filament) from the melted plastic, and then wind it on a spool. This may seem easy to do. However, a good filament that actually prints well must be completely uniform and homogeneous in terms of composition. The key parameters determining the quality of the filament for 3D printers are its diameter and ovality. Changing the diameter or ovality by a few hundredths of a millimeter can result in poor print quality. Cheap filament lines and extruders generally produce low quality filaments as they cannot maintain the quality necessary for smooth printing. The extremely fast-growing 3D printing industry challenges manufacturers of 3D printer filament production lines and plastics producers. The 3D printing process introduces a new level of variability. Modern customers using 3D printing technology do not like to wait long for new filaments and prefer to quickly admire new ideas and inventions. This is a problem for larger industrial manufacturers with their long product development cycles and inability to produce customized products.
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