3D printing with polyurethanes and silicone – Lynxter

3D printing with polyurethanes and silicone – Lynxter

In the exciting world of 3D printing, new developments are constantly happening. Among these innovations, the integration of polyurethanes (PU) and silicone materials stands out in 3D printing processes, offering exceptional flexibility, durability, and adaptability.

PU is a versatile and durable polymer material used in a wide range of industrial and consumer applications including 3D printing. They can be customized to have different properties, including stiffness, elasticity, and abrasion resistance, making them suitable for everything from foam to elastomers and high-performance coatings.

Silicone 3D printing enables the production of complex geometries and flexible parts using silicone-based materials. This opens up applications in medical equipment, prototyping of soft components, and custom products with high precision and biocompatibility, making silicone 3D printing especially game-changing within the healthcare sector.

Our collaborators, Lynxter, are at the forefront of 3D printing in PU and silicone.

About lynxter

Lynxter was founded in 2016, in France, by three friends, and have since had quite the growth. In 2018 they released the first modular Lynxter machine, the S600D, capable of doing a wide range of 3D printing on 1 machine. In 2019 they developed toolheads for liquid printing. In 2020-2021, they expanded internationally, now also selling in 9 foreign countries. In 2023 they launched the S300X, capable of printing with materials such as PU and silicone, opening up new possibilities within the world of 3D printing.

Interested in knowing more about Lynxter? Feel free to contact us or visit them at https://lynxter.fr/en/