Henkel onboards Prodways as its new Loctite 3D Printing Ecosystem Partner

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  • The companies Henkel and Prodways announced a collaboration to bring Loctite resins to Promaker LD machines for industrial parts manufacturing
Ultra-precise parts printed with Loctite IND 475 and Loctite 3843
Above: Ultra-precise parts printed with Loctite IND 475 and Loctite 3843/Source: Henkel

Prodways, a global supplier of multi-technology professional 3D printers and materials, is the new ecosystem partner, of Henkel, a German multinational chemical and consumer goods company. Prodways is the manufacturer of DLP 3D printing technologies, best known for their patented DLP Moving Light technology

Users can now access Loctite’s high-performance 3D printing resins on the Prodways industrial platform, enabling the production of ultra-precise parts.

The Prodways Promaker LD machines, powered by Moving Light technology, provide large production platforms (300×445 mm) for high throughput with extremely high resolution, as fine as 40 microns per pixel throughout the platform. Industrial applications can be achieved with exceptional accuracy and productivity by using Loctite high-performance resins in the Promaker LD 3D Printers.

“I am very proud of this new collaboration that reinforces Prodways offers and help fast forward the innovations of our customers in the industrial manufacturing, automotive or consumer goods industries.”

– Alban D’Halluin, CEO at Prodways Printers

Loctite 3D Printing Ecosystem

The Loctite 3D printing ecosystem
Above: The Loctite 3D printing ecosystem/Source: Loctite AM

The Loctite 3D printing ecosystem promises end-to-end engineering solutions for additive manufacturing. It brings together 100+ years of application expertise across industries, transforming unique needs into scalable manufacturing processes.

The 3D printing solutions include an open materials platform, services, post-processing, customised materials along with industrial printer solutions through its partners.

“This partnership offers a real opportunity for our customers to move beyond prototyping to volume production in additive manufacturing. The build size and precision of the Prodways machines along with Loctite industrial resins enables the production of truly functional parts for a much wider range of applications.”

– Sam Bail, Director of Partnership for 3D Printing at Henkel

Both companies will put their solutions on display at Formnext 2022, from November 15th to 18th in Frankfurt, Germany. Prodways will be exhibiting the Promaker LD20 3D Printer and printed parts in their booth, 12.1-G61. Henkel Loctite 3D Printing will be showcasing their industrial materials solutions on booth 11.1-E26.

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