Nexam Chemical Gets Into 3D Printing With Crosslinker PEPA

The world of plastics and polymers is wide and complex. There are tons of materials out there and only some of them can and have been optimized for use in 3D printing. So, if you were a company that produced some of the most advanced polymeric mixes out there, what would you do? You would probably do what Sweden based Nexam Chemicals just did for its PEPA Crosslinker: develop a process for using it for 3D printing with thermoplastics.
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