Photopolymer Resins

  • PU Rigid 650 Resin and PU Rigid 1000 Resin released by Formlabs. Producing polyurethane parts that can withstand extreme environments.

    Formlabs has released its PU Rigid 650 Resin and PU Rigid 1000 Resin at RAPID+TCT 2022. As the latest 3D printing materials to be added to Formlabs’ engineering resin library, PU Rigid 650 Resin and PU Rigid 1000 Resin are available for use on the Form 2, Form 3, Form…

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  • DuraChain photopolymers launched by Desktop Metal. A first-of-its-kind commercial category of photopolymers that uses Photo PIPS.

    Desktop Metal has launched its DuraChain photopolymers – a first-of-its-kind commercial category of photopolymers that uses a material chemistry process known as Photo Polymerization-induced Phase Separation, or Photo PIPS, to deliver breakthrough material properties. Parts that are currently produced with standard acrylate-based resins used in DLP 3D printing are prone…

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  • Mimaki Europe, a leading manufacturer of inkjet printing, cutting, and 3D printing technologies, has launched its brand-new pure clear material for 3D printing, called MH-110PCL. Created with designers in mind, this new clear material offers increased transparency and is intended for use with Mimaki’s flagship UV curable, full-color 3D printer,…

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  • Fortify, a provider of advanced composite-photopolymer stereolithography 3D printers, launched a new suite of materials for electronics applications. Fortify previously developed the strongest, stiffest, high-temperature photopolymer for tooling applications and is now leveraging the same Digital Composite Manufacturing (DCM) platform to deliver game-changing, best-in-class materials for electronics and RF applications.…

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  • Photocentric BASF material line

    The ongoing collaboration between Photocentric, the UK-based inventor of 3D LCD printing, and BASF’s Forward AM brand has been prolonged. The move will see a series of new additive manufacturing materials produced with Photocentric and Forward AM. The upcoming AM materials are at the heart of the renewed strategic partnership,…

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  • Formlabs introduced the new BioMed Black Resin and BioMed White Resin, two highly opaque medical-grade materials targeted for use in biocompatible applications. After years of research and feedback from customers, the Formlabs materials team developed two new resins to underscore Formlabs’ commitment to medical innovation and advancing additive manufacturing in…

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  • 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) officially introduced the new SLA 750 stereolithography additive manufacturing (AM) solution. Designed to address large format or high volume production applications, the solution comprises the SLA 750 and SLA 750 Dual – the first synchronous, dual-laser stereolithography printer – as well as the company’s new Accura AMX…

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  • LAKE printer delivered to DuPont Experimental Station by Azul 3D. The printer harnesses the power of Azul 3D’s proprietary HARP technology.

    Rising high-speed 3D printer manufacturer Azul 3D has delivered its LAKE printer to DuPont Electronics and Industrial’s Experimental Station, which will use the printer to begin fabricating 3D printed parts. DuPont and Azul 3D have collaborated for over a year to prepare the LAKE printer for onsite testing by the DuPont…

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  • During the upcoming AMUG conference, Belgian materials company Arkema will unveil several new products and strategic partnerships with key players along the value chain to leverage the unique features of additive manufacturing, which are freedom of design and customization, implementation speed and reduced raw materials use. Arkema’s N3xtDimension liquid resins…

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  • 3D printed medicines in seven seconds using vat polymerization. Further enabling rapid on-site production of medicines.

    The findings, published by a University College London (UCL)-led research team, improve the prospects of how 3D printers could be integrated into rapid-paced clinical settings for the on-demand production of personalized medicines. For the current study, the researchers loaded printlets (printed tablets) with paracetamol – one of many medicines that…

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