Additive Manufacturing By Piezo-Jettable Nano Materials (3D Printing Europe 2017)

Mr Kees Herder, Dir.Eur.Business Development
United States


Europe 2017 Presentation - Chemcubed*
Europe 2017 Audio Presentation - Chemcubed*

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Presentation Summary

Piezo-Jettable solutions. ChemCubed's technology creates polymer and polymer nano-composite materials for piezo inkjet 3-D printing. The piezo-jettable materials have application-specific physical, electrical and chemical characteristics.
Chemcubed has developed a multi-material printing process using its own unique nano-composite conductive material to print electrical conduits within a 3D structure at one time.

Speaker Biography (Kees Herder)

Kees Herder, Director European Business Development with Chemcubed, NYC. MSc Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology. Business experience includes general management as a CEO in the manufacturing industry; technical development, engineering and design as well as product and process development in polymer converting, nonwovens, paper board & packaging and digital printing.

Company Profile (Chemcubed)

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ChemCubed (Chem3) develops custom chemistries, for piezo-head Additive Manufacturing (AM); nano-composite materials for jetting by means of common, commercial piezo-effect inkjet "additive process" 3-D printing equipment. These jettable nano-composite materials are application specific, embodying customer-specified physical, electrical, thermal and mechanical properties.
Chemcubed has developed a corresponding multi-material printing technology: printing electrical conduits and at the same time printing a 3D structure. The ElectroUV3D printers, allow users to effortlessly print highly conductive liquids, support and insulating materials; creating objects with flexible and stiff, as well as conductive properties all at one time and also prints on FR4 boards or on Kapton ® for flexible electronics.
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