The Austrian high-tech 2015 start-up Cubicure, a spin-off from TU Wien, has launched the first ever flame-retardant photopolymer for SLA (Stereolithography 3D-Printing process). Cubicure’s proprietary ‘Hot Lithography’ technology enables additive manufacturing with high-molecular weight, high viscosity photopolymers with material properties comparable to injection molding and precision (resolution) up to 10 µm. The new Cubicure Evolution FR is non-halogenated flame-retardant, achieving UL94 V0-classification, opening markets such as spare parts for railway or electronics applications. Its mechanical performance includes high dimensional stability and for example heat resistance >70°C and a tensile strength >30 MPa. “First flame-retardant material for SLA” Cubicure 4 November 2019.
First ever FR photopolymer for SLA 3D-Printing
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