3D printers that are capable of reaching higher temperatures are able to print with advanced, engineering grade materials that require higher temperatures, like polycarbonate 3D printing filament and polypropylene 3D printing filament. 3D printing at higher temperatures allows manufacturers to use stronger, more functional materials to create the parts necessary for practical applications. High-temperature additive manufacturing for rapid prototyping in industries like aerospace, architecture, engineering, and design allows for minimal downtime during the product development process.
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