Henkel to launch four new innovative materials for industrial applications at Formnext 2023

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  • Expanding portfolio of 3D Printing materials to respond to growing industry demand.
Henkel Loctite 3D Printing launches four novel innovative materials for industrial applications at Formnext 2023
Henkel Loctite 3D Printing launches four novel innovative materials for industrial applications at Formnext 2023/Source: Henkel

Henkel, a German chemical and consumer goods company, announced the addition of four new innovative materials for industrial applications to its growing portfolio at Formnext 2023 in Frankfurt. The novel photopolymer resins are expected to have a significant impact in a variety of industries due to their exceptional performance and versatility.

The new products reflect Henkel Loctite 3D’s commitment to providing solutions to the 3D printing community. These products are intended to support a wide range of applications, from rapid prototyping to end-part production.

Innovative materials for industrial applications at Formnext 2023

Loctite 3D PRO9274 is a long-lasting dark grey resin that allows for the rapid printing of highly detailed parts. The material is designed to print seamlessly on various types of DLP/LCD printers, allowing users to produce a wide range of products at a low cost.

Loctite 3D IND3380 is a specialty resin with electrostatic dissipative (ESD) properties and a high Heat Deflection Temperature (HDT) of 190°C that provides exceptional stiffness, precision, and versatility.

Loctite 3D IND5714 is a grey elastomer resin with excellent repetitive strain resistance and high rebound properties. This material is ideal for use in industrial elastomeric, safe touch applications due to its low shore hardness combined with excellent compression set, tear resistance, and strength.

Loctite 3D MED9851 is a high-performance medical material with superior tensile and flexural properties. This material’s stiffness combined with toughness, as well as its transparent appearance, make it ideal for a wide range of impact resistant medical device applications.

“We are excited to introduce these additions to our product lineup. The new products represent an extension of every one of our product lines and thereby enable our customers to manufacture parts for an even wider range of industries, applications and use cases.”

– Dr. Daniel Adams, Vice President at Henkel Loctite 3D Printing

The new products will be on display at Formnext Frankfurt am Main (November 7–10) in Hall 11.1, E290, where visitors to the Henkel Loctite 3D booth will be able to firsthand experience the capabilities of the new solutions.

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