ChemCubed (Chem3) develops custom chemistries for piezo-head additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing. ChemCubed’s technology is centered in rheology suitable materials and nano-composite materials for jetting by means of common, commercial, piezo-effect inkjet “additive process” 3D printing equipment. These jettable nano-composite materials are application specific, embodying customer-specified physical, electrical, thermal and mechanical properties.
Multi-Material Printing Technology:
ChemCubed has developed materials and method of printing electrical conduits and circuits, while at the same time printing a 3D structure. To further this technology, ChemCubed the Electro-UV3D Printer. The electro-UV3D printer is the only one of its kind, and the system is capable of depositing our highly conductive ink and, because the machine can cure resins with different material properties, it can create objects both flexible and stiff. It is also possible to print directly onto substrates such as FR4 boards making circuit boards, or on films for flexible electronics.