Photopolymers

A Gripping Breakthrough

GridGrips revolutionized the biking industry with their innovative bike grips featuring vertically oriented independent 3D lattice layers, enhancing shock absorption and reducing hand/arm strain for riders tackling rugged terrains. Overcoming challenges in R&D and material selection, they adopted 3D resin printing using LOCTITE IND475 resin, enabling rapid prototyping and swift...

NEW at Rapid: IND249

New at RAPID + TCT: LOCTITE 3D IND249

Today, Henkel is announcing the launch of a new industrial resin, Loctite 3D IND249. As an industry leader focused on photopolymer materials for production-level additive manufacturing, the company continues expanding its portfolio of resins with mechanical properties suitable for end-use industrial applications. Loctite 3D IND249 is a high-temperature and high-strength material...

RAPID + TCT 2023 Booth 1947

Visit Us at RAPID + TCT 2023

The LOCTITE 3D Printing team will be heading to Chicago to showcase our latest innovations in photopolymer materials at RAPID + TCT 2023!  Visit our booth, #1947, to discuss photopolymer materials, applications, printing platforms, and more during the show from May 2nd to May 4th at McCormick Place West Building in Chicago, IL.  Have...

collaboration at work

Collaboration & Commitment: Celebrating Henkel’s Leadership Values

It can be costly to source repair to replacement parts for specialized machinery commonly used in Henkel productions. That's where we embraced the one of the Henkel leadership commitments, collaborating as strong teams, to find a low-cost solution. Through the power of collaboration, the LOCTITE 3D Printing teams joined forces...

3D Printed Suspension Clamp with KTM Technologies and GENERA

KTM TECHNOLOGIES GmbH is one of the world's most innovative motorcycle and sports car manufacturers. As a company that strives for excellence, the team at KTM Technologies was looking for a solution to improve a clamping component used to mount a part to the bike's frame. By leveraging the GENERA G2/F2 system and...

Introducing Onyx Impact Plus, the Newest Resin from Phrozen

Today, we are proud to announce the latest resin from Phrozen, a Taiwan-based LCD 3D printing company, in collaboration with Henkel Loctite 3D Printing. ONYX Impact Plus is far from the average DIY resin on the market. Featuring superior shock resistance and strong weight endurance, this resin is perfect for...

Henkel Announces New Resin for Healthcare Applications

Today, Henkel announces the launch of our newest industrial resin, LOCTITE 3D MED414 Blue. LOCTITE 3D MED414 is a high-performance, soft material boasting excellent elongation and tear strength properties. Shore A hardness combined with good tear resistance and strength make this material ideal for use in a wide variety...

Desktop Metal and Henkel Announce Validations for the All-New Xtreme8K

Today, we are excited to announce that the first workflow for LOCTITE material has been validated on the Xtreme8K by Desktop Metal! Over the past two years, Desktop Metal and Henkel have collaborated on various applications for their DLP printing platforms, including industrial and medical. By bringing LOCTITE high-performance materials...

Adapters Webinar Poster

Get the Right Fit with Connectors & Adapters: Stratasys Session Webinar

Our ecosystem partners at Stratasys are hosting a webinar that details how to print adapters and connectors for production on the Stratasys Origin One. Tim Downing, Application Engineering Manager, Origin P3 at Stratasys, and Dan Straka, General Manager, Advanced Manufacturing Services, InterPRO, will provide viewers with the information needed to...

Interview: The State of Resin 3D Printing – 3DPI & Rapidshape

3DPI's series looking at additive manufacturing with VAT photopolymerization continues this week with insights from Karsten Müller, Sales Director, of our ecosystem partners, Rapid Shape. In this interview they discuss the development of resin-based 3D printing in recent years, potential technology hurdles photopolymer-based 3D printing may have to overcome and under-developed...