Ceramic Tableware collection uses Model board M1007

A recent project for a leading model making company required a model board which would enable them to create a high quality and eye catching ceramic tableware range.

The company specialise in traditional model making, and favour the freedom to use a wider range of materials than those offered by 3D printing and additive technologies.

Alchemie supplied them with M1007, a board and block material with good heat resistance and low coefficient of thermal expansion.

New Epoxy and Polyurethane resin products
Alchemie are expanding their epoxy and polyurethane resin range, and are pleased to announce the following 2 products; EP5243 and PU3710...

Alchemie partner with a European consortium which will create the biggest and most accurate additive and subtractive machine
The KRAKEN project, co-funded under the H2020 programme, is going to integrate various key technologies, such as 3D printing, robotics, 7DoF real time control, complex monitoring and advanced control algorithms, supported by an innovative CAM software, in one machine.
Manufacturing time halved by using fast cast polyurethane resin

An art studio that design and manufacture statues worldwide, has recently been making use of Alchemie’s polyurethane products.

Previously, the manufacturing process used to take between 6-8 weeks, but by using our fast cast, unfilled resin, combined with a rotomoulding process, the statues can be completed in less than half the time, 2-3 weeks.

Our Crystal Cast 400 Polyurethane system showing amazing, water clear results

Alchemie have developed a two component polyurethane system which is water clear when cured.

Here are some results of CC400 when cast in glass bottles.

Water clear crystal cast polyurethane systems
Alchemie have developed a two component polyurethane system which is water clear when cured.
Modelboard machining process

Modelboard machining process:

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Composites Engineering 2016 - Follow up
This year’s Composites Engineering show once again proved encouraging results for Alchemie with many new and existing customers visiting the exhibition. The continuous growth in the market showed a large increase in enquiries and visitors to the stand.
Composites Engineering Show 2016 - NEC
Alchemie is preparing for their next upcoming event, where they will be exhibiting at the Composites Engineering Show at the NEC in Birmingham, from 2nd - 3rd November 2016.
Alchemie’s Epoxy keeps motorcyclists adhered to the road. EP575 can stand the heat!
An innovative manufacturer of custom-made composite parts has been busy designing and creating motorbike fuel tanks, as part of their light weight motorcycle parts range.
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