November 11, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany and Ventura, California
Henkel and Nexa3D, the maker of ultrafast polymer 3D printers, today announced the signing of a new material development agreement. The two companies plan to develop next-generation functional polymers that leverage their combined technologies specifically targeting volume production opportunities in industrial casting, footwear, medical, and consumer goods industries.
November 10, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
Henkel is expanding their range of high-performance photopolymer materials by introducing Loctite 3D IND408, designed for Stereolithography (SLA) technology. With longstanding experience in photopolymer chemistry, this new addition allows users to expand their opportunities for the next phase of scalable and reliable industrial solutions. This material is ideal for producing highly detailed parts with isotropic properties and low moisture absorption at incredible speeds.
October 19, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
Henkel launches a new class of 3D Printing resins for healthcare applications under its leading Loctite brand. The broad portfolio of high-performance photopolymers offers a range of biocompatibility standards from safe to touch parts to medical devices. In addition to the established portfolio of Loctite 3D Printing resins, the company innovates to deliver tailored formulations to fit the specific application requirements and market demands for optimized production.
September 15, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
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, from design decision support and optimization to full scale additive manufacturing operations including integrated post processing technologies, material formulation customization, color matching and a variety of finishing options.
September 9, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
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. The SKOP is a medical device for remote auscultation. It provides excellent listening quality, essential for emergency situations and for isolated patients. SKOP takes inspiration from nature, using a biomimetic design based on the human ear to maximize performance. The SKOP geometry can only be additively manufactured using ultrafast 3D printing.
July 15, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
Nexa3D, the maker of ultrafast polymer 3D printers, announced today in partnership with Henkel, the commercial availability of xFLEX 475, a category leading soft rubber material that is ideal for the production of additively manufactured industrial and consumer products. Within the high growth elastomers market, customers can now access this industrial strength material for applications that require resilience, snap back and tear resistance, such as pipes and manifolds, handles, and grips, seals, and gaskets or sportswear and footwear midsoles.
July 8, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
Henkel’s Concord laboratory and Dixon production facilities in California, USA, which are dedicated to developing and manufacturing resins for 3D printing, have achieved ISO 13485:2016 certification, an international quality standard that enables medical device manufacturers to specify and implement process and production controls, in addition to providing them with documentation and traceability. In Henkel’s case specifically, it covers the design and manufacturing of biocompatible resins and other materials used to produce non-implantable medical devices.
May 4, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
GENERA recently joined Henkel’s Open Materials Platform with the intention of providing additive manufacturing solutions at production scale. Both companies, working collaboratively, are combing their respective areas of focus to create the next level of solutions for automotive and healthcare industries. Combining GENERA’s expertise in 3D printing equipment and software and Henkel’s innovative expertise in materials the companies are creating new applications in the automotive industry and more.
April 29, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
Phrozen, a Taiwan-based LCD 3D Printing company, has joined Henkel´s Open Materials Platform. The companies aim to combine Phrozen´s mono-LCD technology, offering high speed and precision, with Henkel´s high resolution photopolymers to empower professionals, hobbyists, and 3D Printing enthusiasts across markets.
April 20, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
Henkel’s Dixon facility in California, USA, the global center of excellence for the manufacture of resins for 3D printing, has achieved zero production waste to landfill (ZWTL) status. The production waste at the site includes a variety of non-hazardous materials including cardboard, paper and other packaging materials, which are recycled.
March 23, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
iMakr has joined forces with Henkel as a Tier 1 channel partner for UK and Ireland. In addition, the company also supplies Loctite 3D printing materials in the US, Germany, Denmark and France. As a leading provider of best-in-class 3D printers, materials, scanners, and additive services, this new partnership is enabling Henkel to access to new market of prosumer users.
March 18, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany.
PostProcess Technologies Inc., the first and only provider of automated and intelligent post-printing solutions for industrial 3D printing, and Henkel, a global leading provider of advanced materials and services for additive manufacturing, have announced a collaboration to better assist companies in revolutionizing their resin 3D printing workstreams with automated post-printing.
February 9, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany and Ventura, California USA.
Nexa3D, the maker of ultrafast stereolithography production 3D printers, and Henkel today announced an expansion of their partnership with Henkel to immediately deliver three new performance photopolymer materials through its expanding Nexa3D channels globally. Nexa3D’s further collaboration with Henkel leverages their combined capabilities to fast-track additive manufacturing towards mass production of functional parts across multiple industries, leveraging productivity advantages of its ultrafast NXE 400 3D printer.
January 27, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany
Since the inception of Henkel’s collaborative partnership with Asiga in July of 2020, both companies have be focused on pushing the threshold of production level Additive Manufacturing by optimizing printing processes with high performance materials and workflow validations. Today, we are excited to drive industrial applications with the newest material validation for Asiga Max or PRO 4K printers, Loctite 3955.
January 19, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany and Deep River, Connecticut USA.
Henkel and InterPRO Additive Manufacturing, a service bureau based in Connecticut, USA, are expanding their partnership to drive the adoption of 3D printing solutions in industrial markets. As part of the collaboration InterPRO will serve as an Application Development Partner, accelerating the commercialization process for large opportunities in additive manufacturing.
January 12, 2021 Düsseldorf, Germany and Gibbstown, New Jersey USA.
As part of their ongoing collaboration for 3D printing applications in the dental industry, Keystone Industries 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.