EPX 86FR is a flame-retardant resin for use in Digital Light Synthesis polymer additive manufacturing. This material has an unmatched combination of functional toughness, high strength, and long-term stability.
This infographic compares materials used in 3D printing and polymer additive manufacturing.
This infographic highlights the benefits of new resin, EPX 86 FR for DLS additive manufacturing
This infographic highlights the benefits of polymer AM for applications in machinery, instrumentation and metrology.
This infographic highlights the benefits of polymer AM for applications in electronics and electrical housing.
This infographic highlights the benefits of polymer AM for the Energy, Oil & Gas sector.
Infographic: Materials Spotlight MJF production-ready materials for real world applications
Automotive production trends rise and dive at the drop of a hat, swayed by environmental forces ranging from demand to supply chain dynamics. Right now, it’s all about the base trends of electrification, mass customisation, connectivity, propulsion, and efficiency
Aurora’s journey, documented as a series of episodes for social media, started back in April of 2021 as a series of 3D drawings. Aurora’s stunning completion is down to two of Paragon’s expert modelmakers, Lee Adams and Tristan Brown.
Hello, my name is Charlie and I have been working at Paragon as an AM (additive manufacturing) apprentice since the beginning of September 2021. I am currently working in the MJF (Multi Jet Fusion) department. I am working towards a C&G Level 2 Diploma.