For the first time ever, manufacturers will have the materials required to build durable, functional designs.
Chromatic 3D Materials is developing the technology to print with thermosets, a broad class of materials including polyurethanes, silicones and epoxies. The adaptability, durability and resilience of these materials are unmatched by the thermoplastics used in conventional 3D printing processes.
Thermoset chemistry is a rare art and few people in the world know how to adapt the materials to meet the needs of 3D printing processes; Cora Leibig, PhD is one of them. She and her team of scientists are conquering the weighty barriers of the 3D printing industry to create the durable materials so sorely needed today. A well-tenured history with some of our nation’s leading innovative organizations uniquely positions Chromatic to lead game-changing disruption in the 3D printing industry.
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