Zortrax’s new 3D printing material offers full electrostatic protection

Published 20 April 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, materials, zortrax

Ready for testing, the latest Zortrax material better stands up to electrostatic discharge and chemical resistance

Electrostatic discharge is a common problem for anyone dealing with electronic elements in their products, so to combat this in the prototyping stages, Zortrax has releases its new Z-ESD 3D printing material.

Maintaining volume resistivity in a wide range from 104 to 109 ohm, the new filament provides electrostatic protection as well as a broad chemical resistance against acids, salts and alkalis.

Available in any colour as long as it’s black, the filament is ready for use on the Zortrax M200, M300 3D printers.

The new all black material also boasts reduced shrinkage of parts

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