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Whether we're helping engineers prototype their products from mass production intent materials, or building advanced suspension components, our process sets us apart.

Learn more about how we build.

A: Our process is unique due to our innovative use of Fused Pellet Fabrication, which allows us to use high-end injection molding materials, and minimizes melt cycles - preserving the polymer's mechanical properties. Unlike traditional filament-based printing, we can build from industrial grade polymers which are not available in filament form. This enables us to produce highly customized, vehicle-specific parts with superior durability and performance, distinguishing our process from conventional 3D printing techniques in the industry.

Q: What is unique about your process?

A: Perry Parts' pellet 3D printing directly utilizes raw materials, eliminating the need for filament creation and thus reducing melt cycles. This efficiency preserves material properties and enables the use of higher-performance materials that withstand the demands of specialized applications, enhancing the durability and functionality of printed parts.

Q: What are the advantages of pellet extrusion?

A: Our hydrolytically stabilized materials are engineered to resist degradation from environmental exposure, which is crucial for maintaining their structural integrity and mechanical properties over time. This stabilization process reduces the risk of hydrolysis, where water molecules break down polymer chains, leading to material weakening and failure. Consequently, hydrolytically stabilized materials offer superior durability and longevity, especially in environments where exposure to moisture is common, making them invaluable for applications demanding high reliability and extended lifespan.

Q: Why don't we print from filament?

A: Using less pigment in materials improves part strength because pigments can interfere with the polymer matrix, creating points of weakness where cracks may initiate. By minimizing pigment content, the integrity of the polymer chains is preserved, enhancing the material's overall mechanical properties such as tensile strength and durability. This results in parts that are not only stronger but also more reliable under stress, making them better suited for applications requiring high performance and longevity.

Q: Why do we mix our pigment into our material in-house?

A: One area we've excelled at has been helping engineering firms with development. By utilizing the same materials intended for mass production without the need for costly injection molds, PerryParts enables a more effective approach to prototype development. This method not only accelerates the design validation process but also ensures that the performance and material characteristics of the prototype closely match those of the final product.

Q: What other applications does this process have?

We're here to answer your questions! If you have questions about any of our products and their compatibility we're here to help. We're also able help with custom orders, shipping information and run through any questions regarding the installation of your Perry Parts bump stops.

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