October 11, 2022 | Stratasys Webinar: Stratasys Validated Material Ecosystem: How Kimya Kepstan® PEKK-SC is unlocking a novel manufacturing solution for the Oil & Gas Industry
Title: Stratasys Validated Material Ecosystem: How Kimya Kepstan® PEKK-SC is unlocking a novel manufacturing solution for the Oil & Gas Industry
Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2022, 11:00 AM CDT
Xavier Bergamini is a Business Development Engineer at Arkema.
Misha Nesartnam is a Product Manager at Kimya, an Armor Group company.
Rachael Wratkowski is an Industrial Materials Applications Engineer on the products team at Stratasys
The Kimya PEKK-SC 3D filament boasts excellent mechanical properties in addition to its resistance to elevated temperatures, abrasion, and chemicals including acids and hydrocarbons such as fuel and lubricants.
This high-performance thermoplastic complies with RoHS and REACH standards, railway fire and smoke standard EN45545, aerospace FAR 25.853 flammability standard, and is flame retardant to UL94 V0.
Kimya PEKK-SC goes beyond expectations to perform in the harshest industry environments such as end-use oil & gas applications like back-up rings.
Breakdown of what to expect during this webinar:
1. Understanding the Stratasys Validated Materials Program
2. Learn about key benefits of Kimya PEKK-SC
3. Discussion of key applications for this filament.
4. Engage in live Q&A with Stratasys and Kimya
About our Speakers for this Stratasys hosted Webinar
Xavier Bergamini is a Business Development engineer at Arkema, with a background of Process Engineering. He is part of the team representing the whole range of Arkema High-Performance Polymers available for additive manufacturing, from powder-based to extrusion-based technologies.
Misha Nesartnam is a Product Manager at Kimya, an Armor Group company. After 5 years in product development at Parrot and nearly 4 years at Bescent (Maison Berger Paris) in the robotics and consumer goods industry, Misha came to Kimya to take over the product management. She works with customers and company leadership to define the product direction.
Rachael Wratkowski is an Industrial Materials Applications Engineer on the products team at Stratasys. While studying mechanical engineering at the University of Minnesota, she became interested in additive manufacturing which led to starting her career at Stratasys. In her five years at Stratasys, she has explored options for post-processing FDM parts, supported material characterization, authored specifications with the SAE AMS AM Non-Metallic committee, and is now supporting the launch of validated materials.