FibreTuff PAPC® is an advanced biomaterial compound for 3D Printing. The FibreTuff PAPC has exhibits anisotropic behavior which has greater strength in one direction with radiopaque qualities similar to bone. The FibreTuff PAPC has a surface texture, as well as appearance similar to bone.
The Universities, medical centers and physicians can see an improved training experience by 3D Printing FibreTuff PAPC as a bone replacement. FibreTuff PAPC has similar qualities to bone.i.e. appearance, radiopacity, sawing and cutting ability with screw retention.
FibreTuff PAPC II can be processed by many 3D Printers having an open platform. Some processing parameters are being selected for PAPC II with 3D Printer manufacturers.
We have 3D printed FibreTuff PAPC with the following FDM printer maufacturers
All FibreTuff PAPC biomaterials for FDM require a heated bed. The heated bed temperatures recommended for the FibreTuff PAPC can range from 80 C to 110 C. To adhere the FibreTuff PAPC to the heated bed a glue stick or adhesive sheet is required. Cube Glue is recommended for use with FibreTuff PAPC. GeckoTek is a supplier of adhesive sheet for the heated bed. The recommended sheet for PAPC is EZ - Stik Hot Build Plate.
GeckoTek EZ - Stik Hot Build Plate can be ordered here:
If you need a 3D Printed Parts made with FibreTuff PAPC, established Service and Design Center are located throughout the US.
Pamton - Cleveland, Ohio
IC3D - Columbus, Ohio
Spectra3D - Ashville, North Carolina
nScrypt - Orlando, Florida
FibreTuff Medical Biopolymers is producing PAPC compounds for capacitive touch applications.See nScrypt Utilizes FibreTuff's PEEK Alternative PAPC 3D Printing Filaments
Cube Glue from 3D Systems is a good choice for increasing bed adhesion with FibreTuff PAPC.
FibreTuff Medical Biopolymers works with an established 3D Service and Design Center - Pamton located in Youngstown, OH.
FibreTuff PAPC biomaterials can produce skull caps for functional models by medical centers and physicians.
Ultimaker 3D Printed FibreTuff PAPC I and the RAPID conference in Detroit May 2019. The part printed utilized a nozzle temp of 245c with 100 c heated bed temperature. The FibreTuff PAPC I will be offered in the Ultimaker Materials Alliance in the Summer 2019
nScrypt 3D Printed this Skull cap made with FibreTuff PAPC filament for medical modeling and functional approach to training medical students.
FibreTuff PAPC in a 1.75 mm size filament
MakerBot Printer using a FibreTuff® 1.75 mm filament.