Electrostatic discharge is a common problem for anyone dealing with electronic elements in their products, so to combat this in the prototyping stages, Zortrax has releases its new Z-ESD 3D printing material.
Maintaining volume resistivity in a wide range from 104 to 109 ohm, the new filament provides electrostatic protection as well as a broad chemical resistance against acids, salts and alkalis.
Available in any colour as long as it’s black, the filament is ready for use on the Zortrax M200, M300 3D printers.
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