Two companies of the height of Tru-Design y Polynt Composites They have just announced that they have reached a collaboration agreement to develop and commercialize coatings for parts created by 3D printing. In this way, as announced in the statement issued by both companies, both Tru-Design and Polynt Composites will work together in the development of advanced materials for the coating and finishing of objects created by 3D printing, especially those that are produced by Large machines that, as you are sure, are more prone to leaving a rough and blemished surface.
La merchandising of the products resulting from this new technology developed will be borne by Tru-Design while, on the part of Polynt Composites is contributing your R+D in materials, especially in resins and gels for priming or coating and composites, to which, from now on, research and development will be added to new materials such as thermoplastics, in turn, one of the most used materials in 3D printing.
Tru-Design and Polynt Composites join forces in 3D printing.
Going into a little more detail, this agreement is the response of the separate work of these two large companies. On the one hand we have Tru-Design, specialized in large format 3D printing and one of the participants in the Oak Ridge National Laboratory project in the United States, a project where replicas of a Willys Jeep, a Shelby Cobra and even a building were created with the help of 3D printing.
Meanwhile Polynt Composites It is not far behind since we are talking about nothing less than one of the largest multinational resins and composites for coatings on the market with headquarters spread all over the world, including Spain where we can find it in cities such as Barcelona or Miranda de Ebro.