Italian 3D printer manufacturer ROBOZE has introduced a new amorphous thermoplastic polyamide filament for its ARGO production 3D printers. Named EXTEM™ AMHH811F, the material has made in collaboration with global chemicals producer SABIC. The new filament is highly heat resistant and flame-retardant, and is, in some cases, intended to replace metals in extreme applications. Keith Cox, SABIC’s senior business manager for Additive Manufacturing, commented: “To enable customers to print high quality parts for a range of demanding high heat applications, SABIC and ROBOZE have worked closely together to optimize print parameters and secure UL recognition for EXTEM parts printed on ROBOZE solution.” Founded in 1976, SABIC is a global manufacturer in diversified chemicals headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The company has operations in over 50 countries in key end markets such as construction, medical devices, packaging, agri-nutrients, electrical and electronics, transportation and clean energy.  It has developed a number of materials for additive manufacturing. Most recently the company launched a breakaway material for FFF 3D printers. In 2018 SABIC also released three new FFF ...