Xenon arc and Braskem partner to bring Braskem3D and accelerate accessibility of its New 3D Printing Materials

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Braskem launched Braskem3D and new 3D printing materials
Above: Braskem launched Braskem3D and new 3D printing materials/Source: Braskem

Xenon arc, a leading direct-to-market solutions provider, and Braskem, the Americas’ largest polyolefins producer as well as a market leader and pioneer producer of biopolymers on an industrial scale, announced the launch of Braskem3D, an advanced direct to consumer technology platform that greatly simplifies and accelerates the accessibility of Braskem’s 3D printing materials to the North American market.

This latest innovation will serve as a strategic growth platform, assisting in meeting the growing demand for Braskem’s unique line of sustainable and innovative products. The platform can be found at

Braskem3D & New Innovative 3D Printing Materials

Braskem is able to pair its dedicated team of thermoplastic experts with a sophisticated e-commerce platform by leveraging Xenon arc’s directibilityTM solution to maximise the use of data and technology to drive alignment and brand loyalty across strategic and small to medium-sized business (SMB) customer segments.

“We are pleased to partner with Braskem, a forward-thinking company who shares our commitment to utilizing advanced technology to build a sustainable future. Coupling Braskem and Xenon arc’s digital-first, data-driven philosophy with a strong commitment to developing greater customer intimacy opens both organizations to endless growth opportunities.”

– Alyssa Cunnington, Chief Operating Officer at Xenon arc

Braskem promotes technology and innovation in order to achieve long-term solutions using chemicals and plastics. The strategic vision of the company is to become the global leader in sustainable chemistry and to strengthen the entire petrochemical chain.

Braskem focuses on making polypropylene, polyethylene, recycled and bio-based filaments, powders, and pellets easily accessible to the additive manufacturing industry, with an ever-expanding portfolio.

“Directibility™ was engineered for client convenience and sustainability. All our inventory, logistics, analytics, and client communication systems are integrated into one fully integrated and professionally supported online e-commerce platform. From product discovery through purchase and post-sale support we can deliver a better overall experience for our SMB clients.”

– Jason Vagnozzi, Braskem Commercial Director of Additive Manufacturing

Braskem provides 3D printing solutions for Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), and High-Speed Pellet Extrusion. Braskem is committed to bringing new and innovative products to market through its decades of expertise in materials science and product development, state-of-the-art 3D printing labs, and strategic partnerships with industry leaders.

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