Experts from the companies will reveal these innovative technologies at RadTech Orlando 2020.
The new 3D printing resins are based on the copolymerization of methylene malonates and methacrylates.
“Research has demonstrated that methylene malonate comonomers can significantly enhance the UV-cure rate of some methacrylates,” said Mark Holzer, Sirrus VP of Application Development.
“The collaboration between Sirrus and Sartomer is yielding discoveries that are leading to the development of new resins for 3D printing that will open up new regimes of printing and physical properties performance,” added Jeff Klang, global R&D director - 3D Printing, Sartomer.
At RadTech 2020, Sirrus will present related research on the UV curing of methylene malonates. Sartomer will present research on a variety of additive manufacturing topics including new N3xtDimension photocurable resins for 3D printing; methods to achieve high heat resistance in 3D printing applications; new high-performance materials for 3D printing; and binder development for the 3D printing of ceramic.