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Chromatic debuts ChromaMotive D65

The rigid Shore D thermoset polyurethane is designed for Reactive Extrusion Additive Manufacturing with the company’s RX-AM platform

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Chromatic 3D Materials, a 3D printing technology company, has launched ChromaMotive D65, a rigid Shore D thermoset polyurethane designed for Reactive Extrusion Additive Manufacturing with the company’s RX-AM platform. This new material performs well in a range of extreme cold to elevated temperatures from 30 – 120 ̊ C. It is compatible with Chromatic’s RX-Flow printers, which are suitable for development work and low- to medium-volume industrial production.

Chromatic 3D Materials debuts ChromaMotive D65. The rigid Shore D thermoset polyurethane is designed for use on the company’s RX-AM platform. With very good low-temperature impact strength, ChromaMotive D65 is an ideal material for winter sports gear like ski boots, snowshoes, and snowmobile parts. It is also well-suited for other applications with varying temperature requirements, such as parts for the aerospace, automotive, and agricultural industries.

With ChromaMotive D65, manufacturers can have the benefits of 3D printing with mechanical performance properties that are comparable to injection-molded TPU, HDPE, and PP. ChromaMotive D65 resists high impact, hydrolysis, and abrasion and withstands repeated friction, wear, and tear. Moreover, its isotropic tensile properties ensure that 3D printed parts are uniformly resilient.

“With ChromaMotive D65, manufacturers that are producing rigid plastic components can take advantage of RX-AM’s fast print speeds and the ability to print on textiles, plastics, and metals. Now it’s possible to 3D print rigid parts at industrial volumes for everything from winter recreational equipment to aircraft interiors,” said Cora Leibig, founder and CEO of Chromatic 3D Materials

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