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Large Scale Additive Manufacturing (LSAM) is a 3D printing technology that uses industrial-scale extrusion of thermoplastics to produce large-scale objects.LSAM printers combine thermoplastic extrusion with a numerically controlled (CNC) machining system to ensure precision and quality in the production of large-scale components.
LSAM technology can produce parts with lengths of several meters, making it ideal for industries such as aerospace, marine, energy, and construction.
LSAM printers use high-performance thermoplastic materials, such as high-density polyethylene (HDPE), polycarbonate (PC), ABS, and polyamide (PA).
These materials offer good mechanical properties and weathering resistance, making the molded objects suitable for a wide range of applications.

PLA (Polylactic Acid)
PLA is a biodegradable and easy-to-print material. It is widely used for prototyping and production of non-high-strength objects. It is ideal for conceptual models and ecological projects.
Polypropylene is known for its light weight, chemical resistance and low density. It is a popular choice for applications requiring good chemical resistance, such as containers and industrial components.
ABS Carbon 20
ABS Carbon 20 is a reinforced variant of ABS with the addition of carbon fibres. This material offers greater strength and rigidity than standard ABS, and is suitable for shock- and vibration-resistant components.
ABS is known for its strength and impact resistance. It is commonly used for the production of mechanical parts, toys and functional prototypes.
PA6 is a type of nylon known for its high mechanical and wear resistance. It is suitable for applications requiring good abrasion resistance, such as gears, bearings and industrial components.
pc carbon 20
PC Carbon 20 is polycarbonate reinforced with 20 percent carbon fibre. This material offers outstanding impact and temperature resistance, and is ideal for high-performance components such as aerospace and automotive parts.
pei carbon 20
PEI Carbon 20 is polyetheretherimide reinforced with 20 percent carbon fibres. This material has outstanding thermal, chemical and mechanical resistance. It is often used in applications requiring a combination of stiffness and high temperature resistance, such as electronic and aerospace components.
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