Setting a new standard in the 3D printing industry by developing antibacterial nanocomposites that fight bacteria for printed prosthetics.
- NASA EPSCoR Grant (in collaboration with University of Nebraska Omaha)
- Marca Chile (part of Chilean Foreign Affairs Ministry)
- Formally established Company at United States of America and The Netherlands
Currently Operating in 245 Regions
February 23, 2020
3D printing startup Copper3D, based in Chile and the US, uses nano-copper additives, and adds antimicrobial properties to polymers like PLA and TPU to create antibacterial 3D printed objects. Last...
April 14, 2020
For centuries copper has been used to repel certain bacteria and viruses. A company in Chile is now using the metal to address a shortage of masks in Latin America. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman...
September 5, 2019
NASA Nebraska launches Open Innovation contest for the design of 3D printed medical devices for space
The contest will use Copper3D’s antimicrobial 3D nanocomposite materials, in conjunction with UNMC, UNO and 3D LifePrints.
February 4, 2019
NASA awards Copper 3D grant for 3D printing antibacterial medical devices in space - 3D Printing Industry
Copper 3D, a US-based Chilean 3D printing materials company, has received another grant from NASA. The money has been awarded to test the properties of antibacterial 3D printing materials for...
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