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Chromatic introduces ChromaMotive D65, new Rigid 3D Printing Material

Chromatic 3D Materials, a 3D printing technology company, has launched ChromaMotive D65, a rigid, thermoset Shore D polyurethane designed for reactive additive extrusion manufacturing using the company’s RX-AM platform.

ChromaMotive D65 is characterized by its high impact resistance at low temperatures. As a result, it presents itself as an optimal material for winter sports equipment such as ski boots, snowshoes or even snowmobile parts. However, it is also ideal for industries such as aerospace, automotive or agriculture, where components with variable temperature requirements are needed.

Another advantage of ChromaMotive D65 is that manufacturers can now take advantage of 3D printing, with mechanical properties comparable to injection-molded TPU, HDPE and PP. It offers high impact, hydrolysis and abrasion resistance and withstands repeated friction and wear. Thanks to its isotropic tensile properties, components printed with it are consistently robust.

“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.

Chromatic 3D Materials will showcase components printed with ChromaMotive D65 at the International Elastomer Conference in Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 16-19, in booth #360.

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