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    Pachaly_Schuster

    Dr. Bernd Pachaly, head of silicones R&D at WACKER, and lab technician Stefanie Schuster developed new formulations for 3D printing in less than a year. The silicone not only needs to be color-fast and free of bubbles, but also has to have suitable flow properties.

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    Fig. 04a – d: Picture_Series_3D_Printing

    The WACKER 3D process works like an ink-jet printer: the nozzle deposits a drop of silicone precisely at the point determined by the computer program (images 4a and 4b), generating a molded three-dimensional silicone part layer by layer from the virtual drawing (images 4c and 4d).

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    Fig. 04a – d: Picture_Series_3D_Printing

    The WACKER 3D process works like an ink-jet printer: the nozzle deposits a drop of silicone precisely at the point determined by the computer program (images 4a and 4b), generating a molded three-dimensional silicone part layer by layer from the virtual drawing (images 4c and 4d).

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    Fig. 04a – d: Picture_Series_3D_Printing

    The WACKER 3D process works like an ink-jet printer: the nozzle deposits a drop of silicone precisely at the point determined by the computer program (images 4a and 4b), generating a molded three-dimensional silicone part layer by layer from the virtual drawing (images 4c and 4d).

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    Fig. 04a – d: Picture_Series_3D_Printing

    The WACKER 3D process works like an ink-jet printer: the nozzle deposits a drop of silicone precisely at the point determined by the computer program (images 4a and 4b), generating a molded three-dimensional silicone part layer by layer from the virtual drawing (images 4c and 4d).

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