CF3D technology redefines traditional manufacturing introducing a solution that brings composites to new industries. The process is unique on the market in that it combines composite materials with a snap-curing 3D printing process to create a moldless, out-of-autoclave manufacturing technology. The result is a scalable technology that significantly reduces the cost of manufacturing with composite materials.
Thus igniting the growth and adoption of manufacturing with composite materials, CF3D can help to decrease lead times, reduce manual labor, remove the need for expensive capital equipment, and enable complex geometries to be printed. With endless commercial applications, CF3D elevates composite manufacturing into the next dimension of innovation.
Tyler Alvarado, CEO of Continuous Composites said:
“As an industry leader in materials, our strategic partnership with Arkema opens the door for us to merge CF3D with their cutting-edge UV curable materials and apply Arkema’s long history in the composites field. This partnership will expedite the development and deployment of CF3D across a broad spectrum of industries and applications.”
Leveraging the power of CF3D with Arkema’s advanced resins and art laboratory testing facilities, this strategic partnership will enable new high-performance and lightweight material solutions to be developed and certified. Through this joint effort, a library of advanced material solutions is expected to be established and commercialized.
Sumeet Jain, Global Business Director for 3D Printing at Sartomer commented:
“With Continuous Composites strong technical team and IP, this strategic partnership allows us to develop and position our materials with this revolutionary technology. We are excited to leverage our materials expertise in developing CF3D, disrupting traditional composites manufacturing, and bringing these advanced composite materials to new industries.”
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