Nexa3D and Henkel jointly commercialize high impact, durable material for medical and athletic device
July 21, 2020 Düsseldorf, Germany
Nexa3D, the maker of ultrafast stereolithography production 3D printers, and Henkel, a leading supplier of high impact functional additive materials, announced today the immediate commercial availability of xMED412, a polypropylene-like material that is ideal for manufacturing a variety of biocompatible devices. Manufactured by Henkel, xMED412 is entirely based on its Loctite MED412 material and is covered by all of its associated clearances, tests and certifications.
July 3, 2020 Düsseldorf, Germany
Asiga, an industry leading manufacturer of 3D printing equipment, has joined Henkel’s Open Materials Platform to provide the additive manufacturing industry with production-grade 3D printed parts that are both accurate and functional. Working together, the two companies are leveraging their deep experience in chemistry and 3D printing technologies to drive the next level in additive manufacturing production.
June 30, 2020 Rocky Hill, CT
Henkel Additive Manufacturing Services leverages Henkel’s sizable existing infrastructure and internal capabilities at strategically located application centers and at its certified plant in Richmond, Missouri, which is already supplying millions of traditionally produced parts to a host of automotive and industrial customers.
June 12, 2020 Düsseldorf, Germany
In collaboration with Origin, Henkel is leveraging its ability to carry out biocompatibility and robust mechanical testing at its facility in Concord, California, and has provided a range of 3D printable medical photopolymers designed for use on Origin’s material development systems.
Apr 21, 2020 Rocky Hill, CT
Nexa3D recently joined Henkel’s Open Materials Platform with the goal of expanding the capabilities of its ultrafast production stereolithography technology. Now, as a result of this collaboration, Nexa3D announces the availability of its first solution powered by LOCTITE high performance 3D printing materials.
Jan 27, 2020 Düsseldorf / Germany
NewPro3D recently joined Henkel’s Open Materials Platform with the goal of providing additive manufacturing solutions at production scale. Working collaboratively, the companies are combining their areas of focus to create next-level solutions for the medical industry. With Henkel’s expertise in materials and NewPro3D’s innovation in 3D printing equipment and software, the companies are enabling new applications in anatomical modeling, prosthetics and more.