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Materials

Tempus 3D specializes in 3D printing high-performance plastic parts, using industry-leading 3D print technology for functional prototyping and low-to-mid volume manfuacturing of end-use parts.

Rigid Plastics

These all-purpose 3D print materials offer a balance of excellent material properties, fine detail and affordablity. They are 3D printed with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology because of it's ability to rapidly produce robust end-use parts with a high level of detail, complexity, and chemical resistance. It also has near-isotropic strength in the x-y and z axes, giving greater design freedom and strength of the final part. The end result is comparable to injection molding.

Nylon PA12 3D printed with H Multi Jet Fusion Technology

HP Nylon PA12

HP Multi Jet Fusion 

Strong, detailed, low-cost quality parts

HP Nylon PA12 is a nylon plastic with excellent mechanical properties. Its strength, durability and stiffness make it ideal for a wide range of applications from industrial parts to durable consumer goods.  This is or top seller for affordability and balance of all-round material properties.

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HP Nylon PA12 Glass Bead HP Multi Jet Fusion 

HP Nylon PA12 Glass Bead

HP Multi Jet Fusion 

Stiff, dimensionally stable, quality parts

Nylon PA12 GB is filled with 40% glass microparticles to give stiffness and stability while maintaining the excellent material qualities of HP Nylon PA12. This material has the same fine grain, high density and low porosity of  PA12, but is more dimensionally stable. It's ideal for stiff, functional parts like enclosures and housings, fixtures and tools. 

 

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Polypropylene HP Multi Jet Fusion 

Polypropylene

HP Multi Jet Fusion 

Chemical resistance, low moisture absorbtion, low cost

Polypropylene is an excellent choice for anything that needs to be light, water-tight, and durable. This durable plastic has high elasticity, low moisture absorbtion, and high elongation at break. It is one of the most common polymers you find around the house, often used for plastic containers. 

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Elastomeric Polymer

Elastomeric polymers are valued for their flexibility, shock absorbtion and energy return. Tempus 3D uses Multi Jet Fusion technology for it's fine detail, ability to print complex parts, part density and consistency across the x-y and z print axes.

Ultrasint TPU01 HP Multi Jet Fusion 

Ultrasint TPU01

HP Multi Jet Fusion 

Durable, strong, flexible parts

Ultrasint TPU01 printed with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology is an excellent choice for parts requiring high shock absorbtion, elasticity, and energy return. It has many applications including car interior components, industrial tools, pipes, grippers, footwear, orthopedics and sports protection equipment.

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Composite

Tempus 3D uses Markforged 3D printing technology to print composite materials because it's unique printing process produces parts which are exceptionally strong and resilient. This printing process combines an industrial nylon embedded with high-performance fibers to leverage the advantages of each.

Markforged onyx Markforged ONYX  Industrial nylon reinforced with chopped carbon fiber 3D printed with MarkForged

Markforged ONYX 

Industrial nylon reinforced with chopped carbon fiber

Strong, stiff end-use parts

Onyx is an industrial nylon filled with micro carbon-fiber filaments that produces accurate parts with a fine surface finish. It is exceptionally strong and tough, and resistant to chemicals. Onyx can also be be reinforced with Continuous Fibers to create parts as strong as aluminum.  

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Carbon fiber in a nylon base 3D pritned with Markforged

Carbon Fiber

Carbon continuous fiber in a nylon base

Aluminum-strength composite parts

Carbon Fiber is an ultra-high-strength continuous fiber which is 3D printed in an Onyx composite base. This printing process using Markforged technology can yield parts as strong as 6061-T6 Aluminum. It’s extremely stiff and strong, and can be inlaid in a wide variety of geometries.

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Kevlar
Kevlar continuous fiber in a nylon base

Tough continuous fiber for high-impact applications

Kevlar is a specialized Continuous Fiber known for its energy absorption and extreme toughness. When laid into an Onyx composite base it yields extremely impact-resistant parts that are nearly immune to catastrophic failure (fracture). It’s perfect for use in parts that are in demanding environments or are subject to repetitive loading.

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Fiberglass
Fiberglass continuous fiber in a nylon base

Continuous Fiber for industrial applications

Fiberglass continuous fiber is capable of yielding parts 10x stronger than ABS when laid into an Onyx composite base. It provides a more affordable alternative to Carbon Fiber filament.

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