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Burms qualifies Mechnano’s Formula1 and Tough ESD resins

The materials are now integrated for use with the company's Miicraft machines

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Burms, a 3D printer manufacturer, has qualified two Mechnano resins for integration with their Miicraft 3D printer series.

“We are pleased to confirm that after thorough examination and research, Mechnano materials, known for their exceptional qualities, have been identified as highly suitable options for our MiiCraft 3D printers,” said Karen Kololyan, E-Commerce Manager at Burms. “These materials hold the promise of elevating our 3D printing projects to a new level, and we are delighted that they have been validated for use with our MiiCraft 3D printers.”

Burms offers a selection of five Miicraft machines, which notably include a large platform printer that boasts exceptional build volumes of up to 255×235×190mm (125µm pixel size) and 250×140×190mm (65µm pixel size). The Miicraft series is powered by a high-definition LED light engine with digital optical technology that enables fast build speeds and delivers exceptional print details. The printers are suitable for mass customization and professional applications.

“Burms Miicraft machines are highly advantageous for individuals seeking fast and detailed printing coupled with ESD capabilities,” said Dr. Olga Ivanova, Director of Applications & Technology at Mechnano. “Mechnano takes great pride in our commitment to developing resins of exceptional quality. It is truly rewarding to receive the industry recognition that comes with our resins being qualified on top-tier machines.”

Mechnano’s Formula1 and Tough ESD resins incorporate the company’s exclusive discrete Carbon Nanotube technology, known as D’Func. These resins enable the production of high-resolution and nano-uniform static dissipative parts by offering exceptional isotropic characteristics and eliminating concerns of carbon sloughing. Formula1 resin is an excellent choice for fabricating rigid parts, while Tough ESD is designed to address applications that involve extensive use and require a more flexible solution to prevent breakage. Combined with the advanced Miicraft 3D printers, these resins offer a rapid, cost-effective, and efficient solution for manufacturing static dissipative parts.

The benefits of Formula1 and Tough ESD include isotropic and precise surface and volume resistance; excellent surface finish; high tolerance fabrication; and absence of carbon sloughing.

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