We are proud to announce the expansion of our partnership with InterPRO Additive Manufacturing Group, a service bureau located in Deep River, CT. With InterPRO’s recent acquisition of an Origin printer, they have entered the DLP space with access to Henkel’s portfolio of photopolymer resins. Together with InterPRO, we are working to further the adoption, acceleration, and commercialization for industrial additive manufacturing applications.

As part of their ongoing collaboration for 3D printing applications in the dental industry, Keystone Industries (Keystone) and Henkel have developed KeyModel Ultra. This next generation of 3D dental modeling resin offers a new level of accuracy, detail, and speed. KeyModel Ultra is formulated for rapid printing and fast post curing and is also designed to reduce peel forces, which increases print accuracy.

Aluminium Materials Technologies and The Advanced Materials and Processing Laboratory (AMPLab) at the University of Birmingham collaborate to further the understanding in the metallurgy of additively manufactured high strength, high temperature A20X aluminium alloy.

Indaver, a leader in sustainable waste management, and INEOS Styrolution, global leader in styrenics, are set to team up as technology partners in a project funded by the EU LIFE programme, the European Union’s funding instrument for the environment and resource efficiency. The project, which is planned for a duration of four years, will demonstrate the production of ABS[1] based on recycled feedstock.

Every application has its own needs, and we are here to support your journey towards additive manufacturing at industrial scale. LOCTITE offers a broad material portfolio of general purpose, high impact, high temperature resistant and elastomeric resins for a variety of leading DLP systems. We work with industry leaders and equipment manufacturers to ensure our materials are validated within a qualified industrial workflow.

The use of plastics in rail vehicles has been state of the art for many years. Here too, 3D printing is becoming increasingly important for component production. 3D-printed plastic components are used for both the exterior and interior of rail vehicles. In addition to its use in new vehicles, additive manufacturing also plays its strengths in the production of spare parts. Here, components can be produced cost-effectively in small and medium quantities, and in some cases only 3D printing makes it possible to replace components.

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