Draugystes st. 15D
Our core technology combines solvent-free and solvent-based electrospinning processes with additive manufacturing (3D printing). We develop and manufacture 3D printers that print many nano and micro filaments instead of a single filament. A merger of two processes, fused deposition model and electrospinning (melt), results in new technology we call 3D fibre printing (3Df). Such modification of traditional 3D printing technique requires specific know-how of creating high-voltage electrostatic field which turns polymers to nano and microfilaments.
Depending on the properties of the polymer used the applications include, but not limited to:
Fibre-made materials are competitive in price, technology is characterized by the optimum energy consumption and is environment-friendly (no hazardous waste or emissions are produced during the process).