Formnext, THE international 3d printing show, is coming soon and it will be the opportunity for FABULOUS to exhibit and release our new innovative materials.

You will find on this article our live feed news from Formnext

First of all, our new powder materials portfolio here :

Fabulous powders catalog

French materials developer FABULOUS has become one of the key actors in powder innovation for 3D printing Industry. At Formnext international trade show, two new materials will be unveiled.

DETECT, PA11 SLS powder with magnetic and X-ray detectability functionality

Icône de validation par la communauté

DETECT is an innovative new powder, with magnetic and X-ray detectability functionality, dedicated to different sectors in needs for metal detectability components : medical, nuclear, food… (running certification for food application). DETECT is a magnetizable material as shown in the video below :

Specific color material batches

Thanks to our patent, we are now able to offer our customers a major innovation on the market: Navy Blue color in the mass. Unlike traditional color post-processing techniques, we offer color in the mass with dedicated batches. RED-STOP, our mass red PA11 material, will be unveiled at Formnext. We are now able to offer the following colors : blue (BLUE CARE),Navy Blue (DETECT) red (RED-STOP), green, orange, yellow, and grey.

BLUE CARE will get FDA certification before end 2021

Developed and produced by FABULOUS for the powder bed systems, and based in PA11, BLUE CARE material is mass blue and has been certified for Food Contact Application following the “Commission Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 of 14 January 2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food and alcohol. Following its success in Europe, BLUE CARE powder material, dedicated to food safe parts, is aiming to pass FDA certification before end 2021. It will be a new step forward in FABULOUS sales development in North America.

For more informations about BLUECARE, please go to our website blog post