Chromatic unveils new line of RX-Flow large-format 3D printers Decision Makers

Chromatic unveils new line of RX-Flow large-format 3D printers Decision Makers

November 16, 2022 Technologies

Chromatic 3D Materials is launching RX-Flow™, a new line of 3D printers for reactive extrusion additive manufacturing with thermoset polyurethanes. Designed for development work and low-volume industrial production, RX-Flow™ printers are a low-cost option for manufacturers interested in testing and implementing industrial 3D printing with more durable, flexible materials than are available with FDM, SLA, and other 3D printing technologies.

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