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UL Publishes Independent Research Study on Safety and Performance Variability for 3D Printed Plastic Parts

NORTHBROOK, Illinois, March 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- UL, a leading safety science company, publishes research findings detailing the effects of 3D printing on safety-critical polymer performance properties. The findings have been used to develop a framework for evaluating and qualifying materials, helping stakeholders across the additive manufacturing (AM) supply chain to mitigate risk and deliver quality and performance.
UL investigated the flammability, ignition and electrical properties of samples that were 3D printed against samples manufactured using conventional, injection-molded methods. Researchers identified significant safety and performance variations and concluded that performance ratings from traditional manufacturing techniques cannot be applied when the same material is used in a 3D printing process to print a 3D part.
In response, UL has developed a certification program for plastics for additive manufacturing (Blue Card), The Blue Card presents the data necessary to ensure the integrity and usefulness of materials intended for 3D printing and 3D printed components and products. A Blue Card is automatically issued when a material intended for 3D printing receives a UL Recognized Component Mark.
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3F Oil Palm offer its farmers a cost-effect transportation incentive

18 Sep 2020 | 5:56 PM

Eluru, Sep 18 (UNI) At a time all sectors were battered by the Coronavirus pandemic and the farmers are bearing the brunt, 3F Oil Palm, a frontrunner in providing innovative initiatives to assist farmers, is offering its farmers a cost-effective transportation incentive to transport oil palm bunches to the factory.

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Ascent to enter Toronto region

18 Sep 2020 | 5:52 PM

Mumbai, Sep 18 (UNI) Ascent, a Singapore-headquartered SaaS, AI, and ML-driven company, offering fintech products has announced the expansion of its North American operations into Toronto.

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Tata Housing launches zero stamp duty scheme

18 Sep 2020 | 5:47 PM

Mumbai, Sep 18 (UNI) Tata Housing Development Company (THDC), announced its plan of offering a new scheme with zero stamp duty for customers availing a construction linked payment plan for projects in Maharashtra starting 12th September.

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Sensex drops 134 03 pts

Sensex drops 134 03 pts

18 Sep 2020 | 5:43 PM

Mumbai, Sep 18 (UNI) The BSE Sensex on Friday slipped further by 134.03 pts to settle at 38,845.82 as selling pressure was seen in Finance, Bankex, Consumer Durable, Metal and Oil and Gas stocks.

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Captain Anny Divya celebrates beautiful souls in Safi’s latest campaign

18 Sep 2020 | 4:45 PM

New Delhi, Sep 18 (UNI) Captain Anny Divya, world’s youngest Boeing 777 woman commander shares her life journey on breaking stereotypes in Safi’s latest campaign – ‘SACHAI ANDAR.ACHCHAI BAHAR.’
She started dreaming of touching the skies at the age of 10 and faced tough opposition from people around her as she juggled various issues including the financial requirement of the profession.

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