Researchers have found a way to recycle certain types of thermosets.
Researchers have developed a method of 3D printing composite material at relatively low temperatures.
“Direct Sound Printing”, “DSP”, is an entirely new way to 3D print solid objects.
Using a chain reaction, this new polymerization process could save millions in curing costs.
Can you use thermoset materials in an SLS 3D printer? Not until just now: researchers from Tiger Coatings have developed a thermoset powder that makes much stronger objects.
This week’s selection is “Introduction to Polymers” by Robert J. Young and Peter A. Lovell.
Can you reuse thermoset plastics? It turns out there is a way, just discovered by researchers. This could enable future use of recyclable 3D printer resins.