AMBX Anti-microbial.

3D printing is changing thanks to a new development called AMBX by MatX, designed specifically for FDM (fused deposition modeling) filaments. Normally, 3D printed objects, especially those used around food, can attract bacteria and other microbes. These microbes find it easy to stick between the layers of traditional 3D prints, which can be unsafe. However, AMBX changes all that by making filaments anti-microbial, meaning they resist bacteria, fungi, and viruses.

3D printing is changing thanks to a new development called AMBX by MatX, designed specifically for FDM (fused deposition modeling) filaments. Normally, 3D printed objects, especially those used around food, can attract bacteria and other microbes. These microbes find it easy to stick between the layers of traditional 3D prints, which can be unsafe. However, AMBX changes all that by making filaments anti-microbial, meaning they resist bacteria, fungi, and viruses.

What makes AMBX unique is that it adds these anti-microbial properties during the filament production process, without using harmful chemicals like some other anti-microbial filaments do (Biocides). This makes 3D printed objects safer to use and can even help them last longer.

According to ISO 22196 testing, filaments treated with AMBX are over 99.99% cleaner than those without it. This is a big deal for anyone needing sterile environments like in medical fields, food industries, and more.

If you’re a brand or manufacturer of filaments, integrating AMBX could give you an edge by offering filaments that produce safer and more durable 3D prints. This could be a great opportunity to meet a growing need in the market for 3D prints that are not only effective but also safe.

We encourage filament producers to get in touch with our team at MatX to learn more about how you can use AMBX to make your 3D printing safer. Let’s work together to advance the world of 3D printing by making it cleaner and more reliable.

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