Exhibitors 2017


Resine di origine vegetale per stampa 3D stereolitografica

Resine di origine vegetale per stampa 3D stereolitografica

Resins for visible and UV light 3D printing are actually developed by using acrylates and other chemical derivatives. Due to the toxicity and the release of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) during the printing process of the commercial resins, we decided to develop natural based resins. In particular, we demonstrated how vegetable oils can be converted in monomers for 3D printing. Moreover, a new photocatalyst, derived from renewable resources, can be exploited for the polymerization. Almost no VOC are released from our formulations and the printed object can be biodegradable. Now the resins are at a development (lab) stage. With the help of crowdfunding we propose to develop the product.
Italy


Resine di origine vegetale per stampa 3D stereolitografica

Daniele Dondi, Diego Savio Branciforti, Simone Lazzaroni

Daniele Dondi is associate professor in chemistry at University of Pavia. His specializations are photochemistry and polymer chemistry.
Diego Savio Branciforti is an engineer, specialized in visible light 3D printing. During his thesis he developed a DLP printer.
Simone Lazzaroni is PhD in organic chemistry. His expertises are photochemistry and radical chemistry.


  B3 (pav. 8) - Daniele Dondi, Diego Savio Branciforti, Simone Lazzaroni, Carla Augello
 2017

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