Chromatic 3D materials is building the next generation of 3D printing materials

Chromatic 3D materials will manufacture the next generation of 3D printing materials that will deliver the necessary durability for finished manufactured goods.

Furthermore, following the first phase of the biggest startup challenge of the country, the National Science Foundation (NSF) grants an award to the Minnesota startup. Through this competition, the organization promotes the entrepreneurial spirit, consolidates professional relationships between partners and promotes the innovation footprint in Minnesota.

The National Science Foundation supports small businesses with the most innovative, cutting-edge ideas that have the potential to become great commercial successes and make huge societal impacts,” said Barry Johnson, Director of the NSF’s Division of Industrial Innovation and Partnerships. “We hope that this seed funding will spark solutions to some of the most important challenges of our time across all areas of science and technology.”


3D printing, a $5B market (4 192 520.54 €)

Cora L. – Images via Chromatic 3D Materials

This is not a secret, 3D printing is definitely a growing market. The technology already enables:

A more precise customization of products including patient-specific medical devices;

Reduction of complex assembly;

Local production


Chromatic 3D Materials founder and CEO, Cora Leibig, is recognized for her strength in industrial material chemistry. Regarding the next generation of 3D printing materials, she declares: “developing standard industrial- and medical-grade materials for 3D printing processes is really exciting; our customers can manufacture custom designs using custom materials in nearly every industry.


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