materials

Henkel and Nexa Announce Expanded Collaboration

Our ecosystem partner, Nexa 3D, has announced the opening of its first full scale additive manufacturing customer center; NEXTFACTORY in Ventura CA, in partnership with Henkel. Co-located within the Nexa3D global headquarters, NEXTFACTORY provides current and potential customers with direct access to every aspect of the additive polymer manufacturing (AM) process,...

Henkel and Stratasys team up to produce a Kick Scooter using Dura56 and IND405

Henkel and Stratasys have teamed up with slicelab to put Dura56 to the test on the Bull Rider kick scooter. Dura56 is a durable, impact-resistant photopolymer with an exceptional surface finish and a low cost per kg. It’s great for functional applications where aesthetics and robustness are critical. Created...

Henkel and Nexa3D Create the First 3D Printed Stethoscope

Nexa3D, the maker of ultrafast polymer 3D printers, today announced that it partnered with functional polymers leader Henkel to produce the world’s first additively manufactured connected SKOP® stethoscope for WeMed. Based on biomimicry design and produced on the NXE400 ultrafast 3D printer using performance matched Henkel materials, the WeMed SKOP...

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Our Partners at Nexa3D Launch New Magazine Series, The Nexa Level.

The manufacturing industry is rapidly changing. As additive technologies become more advanced, it forces the industry to rethink traditional methods, design approaches and product life cycles. Our partners at Nexa3D are democratizing access to insights on additive manufacturing and digital manufacturing in their new magazine, The Nexa Level. In the...

Additive Impact – Women of Additive Manufacturing

As part of the exploration of 3D printing in Additive Impact, a 3D Printing Virtual Summit. On June 23rd, Sarah Goehrke, Lee-Bath Nelson and Cindy Deekitwong shared their thoughts and discussed in deep dive into some of the most important trends in additive manufacturing and how women are re-engineering...

Seeing is Believing: Design Optimization Through Rapid Prototyping Now a Reality

On June 1st, Kevin McAlea, Chief Operating Officer of NEXA3D, and Henkel's Global Head of Marketing for 3D Printing, Cindy Deekitwong, participated in a 30 minute webinar session that explored how rapid prototyping and product design optimization is becoming a reality. Key Takeaways: • Rapid Prototyping Voice of Customer Study Findings •...

Nexa3D and Henkel Launch xFLEX475

Our ecosystem partner, Nexa 3D, has announced the availability of a new photoelastic resin, xFLEX 475. This soft-rubber material is ideal for the production of industrial and consumer products. With high resilience, great snapback, and strong tear resistance, this material is suitable for applications such as pipes, manifolds, handles,...

Heat-Resistant Webinar

Heat-resistant Industrial Production Solutions from Stratasys and Henkel

Until recently, it was difficult to utilize 3D printed photopolymers in end-use applications due to brittleness, non-UV stability, and high part costs. Together with our ecosystem partners at Stratasys, we are changing the status quo of photopolymer 3D Printing with production level solutions with heat-resistant resins from Henkel LOCTITE...

Smart, Affordable and Sustainable Cleaning realized by Nexa3D xWash

Nexa3D's xWASH smart, affordable and sustainable washer is now available! This automated washer works exclusively with Nexa3D’s sustainable xCLEAN washing detergent to help manufacturers streamline, optimize, and scale their 3D printing and post-processing operations. This washer also represents the final step in Nexa's end-to-end validated workflow, completing their suite of ultrafast...

Photopolymer Additive Insights: Changing the way you operate

As technology within the 3D printing industry continues to expand, there is a growing demand for strong and functional materials that can withstand harsh environments. The industry is responding by hardware and materials companies coming together to deliver parts with high performance mechanical properties. On May 6th, 3D printing thought...