Resins

  • Photo of Nexa3D releases xCE-Black material for ultra-fast SLA 3D printing

    Days after announcing a new distribution partnership with southern European 3DZ Group, 3D printing company Nexa3D has released a new material for its ultra-fast stereolithography technology. The resin, xCE-Black, is a high-performance, single-cure polymer with excellent isotropic properties as well as long-term environmental stability. Thanks to this combination of properties,…

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  • Photo of Rapid Shape and VOCO qualify dental materials for 3D printing

    German additive manufacturing company Rapid Shape has announced a partnership with dental manufacturer VOCO, also based in Germany. The companies are combining their capabilities—including 3D printing systems and dental-grade materials—to offer their customers more freedom and flexibility when choosing what materials to work with. In short, the companies will work…

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  • Photo of Sartomer and Sirrus developing fast-curing 3D printing resins

    Sartomer, a subsidiary of Arkema specializing in advanced photocurable resin materials, has partnered with chemical company Sirrus to develop new fast-curing resins for 3D printing applications. The collaboration will focus on the creation of methacrylate resins with superior performance and will leverage Sirrus’ expertise in methylene malonate monomers and oligomers.…

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  • Photo of Formlabs releases resilient Tough 1500 Resin

    Formlabs has launched a new, highly resilient resin for its stereolithography 3D printers. The material, Tough 1500 Resin, is part of the company’s Tough and Durable Resin family and is suitable for manufacturing functional prototypes, jigs and fixtures, connectors and parts that undergo temporary deflection. According to Formlabs, the new…

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  • Photo of U of T transforms McDonald’s fryer oil into biodegradable 3D printing resin

    Well if this isn’t an innovative reuse of fast food waste, then I don’t know what is. Researchers from the University of Toronto have achieved an exciting first by turning used cooking oil from McDonald’s into a high-resolution 3D printing resin. The material, which is also biodegradable, could provide a…

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  • Photo of Henkel enlists M. Holland as authorized LOCTITE materials reseller

    Chemicals company Henkel has enlisted M. Holland Company as an authorized distributor of its LOCTITE 3D printing products. M. Holland Company, a leading distributor of thermoplastic resins, will now offer its client base a wider range of 3D printing materials, including UV-curable silicone elastomeric, ultra-clear, durable, high-impact, high-temperature and other…

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  • Photo of DWS and Huntsman bring IROPRINT R 1801 resin to market

    Italy-based SLA 3D printing company DWS has formed a partnership with global chemical company Huntsman to develop and launch a new polyurethane-based resin, IROPRINT R 1801. The SLA material, characterized for its soft and flexible properties, has applications in the footwear market, among others. The 3D printing resin was developed…

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  • Photo of EnvisionTEC and Sartomer release water-soluble E-Aquasol resin

    3D printing company EnvisionTEC and Sartomer, a business line of Arkema, are introducing a new water-soluble resin material at Formnext 2019. The material, E-Aquasol, was jointly developed by the two companies and is compatible with EnvisionTEC’s proprietary cDLM 3D printing platform. E-Aquasol is based on Sartomer’s N3xtDimension UV-curable resin technology…

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  • Photo of Mitsubishi Chemical and atum3D develop new DiabeamTM UV resin material for 3D printing

    Mitsubishi Chemical and atum3D have successfully co-developed a new resin for atum3D DLP (digital light processing) printers. The material, which can solidify under a 365 nm light source, will be named DiabeamTM. Mitsubishi Chemical’s expertise in the formulation and production of UV resins and atum3D’s competence in combining chemical expertise…

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  • Photo of New 3D printing releases from Carbon, colorFabb and Lithoz

    It’s a busy time of the year in the additive manufacturing industry. With events such as the Munich Technology Conference (MTC3) taking place this week and one of the industry’s biggest events, Formnext, taking place in a month, companies from across the AM industry are gearing up to introduce new…

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