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Materials

Dow Chemical unveils printing materials

by Alexander H. Tullo
November 27, 2017 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 95, ISSUE 47

Dow Chemical launched its EVOLV3D line of three-dimensional printing materials at the FormNext 2017 trade show in Frankfurt, Germany, earlier this month. The first product is EVOLV3D USM, a support material used in extrusion-based 3-D printing. The material is meant to support overhangs, preventing them from collapsing while a part is being printing. EVOLV3D USM is then dissolved in water when the printing process is finished. Dow is also developing a liquid silicone rubber for 3-D printing.

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