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Additive manufacturing (under development)

Additive manufacturing is characterized by the on demand production and molding of complex shapes. Its use in many industrial fields, such as semiconductors, aerospace, medical care, automobiles, and construction, has begun.


Daikin has developed additive manufacturing technology for fluoropolymers, and is expanding its applications.

INDUSTRY TRENDS

With additive manufacturing technology, it is possible to create complex shapes that would be impossible using conventional molds. This technology also allows machines to be constructed directly from digital design data without using molds and jigs. Additive manufacturing includes modeling methods such as "material extrusion", "liquid tank photopolymerization", "binder injection", "material injection", "powder bed fusion bonding", and "sheet lamination".


Daikin has developed our NEOFLON PFA material for powder bed fusion bonding. Since PFA has excellent heat and chemical resistance, this additive manufacturing model can be applied to semiconductor manufacturing, medical equipment, chemical plants industry, and oil and gas fields.

Additive manufacturing parts with Fluoropolymer NEOFLON PFA

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APPLICATIONS

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Aerospace

Even in small batch products with specialized shapes, it is possible to mold fluoropolymer products with required durability and high reliability.

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Semiconductor manufacturing

It is possible to mold fluoropolymer products with complicated shapes and excellent chemical resistance, which was difficult with conventional molding technology.

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Oil and Gas

Whether complicated shapes or small batch manufacturing, it is possible to mold fluoropolymer products with excellent durability in harsh use environments.

OUR SOLUTION

Fluoropolymers

Fluoropolymers

Fluoropolymers are widely used because of their unique non-adhesive and low friction properties as well as their superior heat, chemical and weather resistance and superior electrical properties.