Cosine can print billets in virtually any shape out of virtually any thermoplastic. 3D printed billets can be significantly cheaper than extruded billets. Cosine can produce short-run batches of billets or even a single part.
PPS (25% carbon fiber - Not machined)
This RAW block of PPS is a cheaper alternative to a machine PPS, but keeps all the same properties such as temperature resistance, strength, chemical resistance and flame retardant.
If you don’t mind your billet having a RAW finish, then this is the answer for you.
PPS (25% carbon fiber - machined)
This PPS is a 25% carbon fiber-filled high-temperature thermoplastic with an exceptional balance of cost, temperature resistance, strength, chemical resistance and flame retardant. PPS is often used when long-term high-temperature performance and dimensional stability are a must, even in the presence of destructive chemicals.
Polypropylene is a cost-effective material that offers a combination of impressive physical, chemical, mechanical, thermal and electrical properties not found in any other thermoplastic. Compared to low or high density polyethylene, it has a low impact strength, but exceptional working temperature with tensile strength.
PEEK is a colorless, organic thermoplastic polymer that achieves some of the best results out of all thermoplastics worldwide.
It has high impact strength, durability, heat resistance, chemical resistance, and it is flame retardant.
Our 3D printed billets are better than hot molded plastics. We could achieve a 27% increase in tensile strength and 36% in tensile strain.
Cosine can also provide machining services if you’re looking for a finalized part rather than rough material.