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3-D Printing

Evonik and Cubicure team up for 3-D printing

by Alexander H. Tullo
October 6, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 39

 

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Credit: Cubicure
Cubicure does 3-D printing with a hot lithography process.

Evonik Industries will collaborate with Cubicure, a spin-off from the Vienna University of Technology, on radiation-curing resin systems for 3-D printing. Cubicure is developing a hot lithography process for 3-D printing that involves laser-induced polymerization at relatively high temperatures. Evonik says the approach can yield a wide variety of components made from many different materials. Evonik is developing monomers, oligomers, and additives for the platform.

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