V1.1 was developed for printing with dark fibers, such as carbon fiber. The photocurable thermoset resin polymerizes enough during the print process to hold its shape and then fully crosslinks during a secondary post-bake.
GF-2, was developed for high-temperature fiberglass applications and has a glass transition temperature (Tg) of 227°C. GF-2 can also print with dark-fiber applications with the addition of a thermal initiator. Thermal initiator helps in fast crosslinking during stage B curing.
NTX is capable of "dark curing,". It can fully cure in-situ during the print process without requiring secondary post-bake. The NTX polymer is capable of high mechanical properties, and the dark curing ability gives promise for printability.
Developed to print with carbon fiber to manufacture Carbon-Bonded-Carbon(CBC) preform that converts to dense CBC composites after re-densification process. Carbon-Bonded-Carbon (CBC) preform combines the desirable properties of the two-constituent carbon material. The Carbon matrix (Heat resistance, Chemical resistance, Low thermal expansion coefficient, High-thermal conductivity, Low electric resistance, Low specific gravity) and the Carbon Fiber (High-strength, High elastic modulus).