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Evolve launches ‘STEP Parts Now’ global parts service

As well as two new materials - enabling greater commercial access to the company’s STEP technology

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Evolve Additive Solutions, a provider of industrial 3D printing solutions, has launched its all-new parts production service, STEP Parts Now, as well as expanded its materials portfolio.

STEP Parts Now

Meeting production demand, along with Evolve’s drive to broaden access to its Selective Thermoplastic Electrophotographic Process (STEP) technology, has spurred the creation of the new parts production service. STEP is one of the few available AM processes in the market today that can deliver on the fidelity, surface finish, accuracy, and material properties required to reliably and repeatably print end-use parts at scale.

Customers can now quote and order STEP parts directly from Evolve through the STEP Parts Now e-commerce portal.

STEP Parts Now complements part ordering availability through Evolve’s strategic partners and their STEP production centers – Fathom Digital Manufacturing, in the US, and alphacam Gmbh, in Germany. Customers now have additional options in their pursuit of additively manufactured parts from prototyping through to production.

“What we are launching with STEP Parts Now is much more than parts as a service,” said Jeff Hanson, Senior Vice President of Go-to-Market at Evolve. “We are increasing accessibility to a newly identified additive manufacturing technology category that finally delivers on past industry promises of materials, features, and scalability by additive manufacturing for true production.”

Expanded materials portfolio

In addition to the launch of STEP Parts Now, Evolve has also made available two of its new materials – Nylon PA-11(A) and Gray ABS.

Evolve’s PA-11(A) for STEP offers significant mechanical performance advantages over powder bed fusion PA-11. Qualities including a superior elongation at break, higher impact strength, and a higher heat deflection temperature (HDT) make Evolve’s PA-11(A) parts usable in more demanding production applications.

The new Gray ABS material complements Evolve’s existing Black ABS and exhibits mechanical properties within 10% of bulk injection molded ABS. Additionally, it exhibits impressive structural color contrast for fine features and textures.

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