Henkel Expands 3D Printing Materials Portfolio with Four Breakthrough Products

(IN BRIEF) Henkel is set to introduce four innovative photopolymer resin products for 3D Printing at Formnext 2023 in Frankfurt. These materials cater to various industries and applications, offering exceptional performance. The new products include Loctite 3D PRO9274 for detailed parts, Loctite 3D IND3380 with ESD properties, Loctite 3D IND5714 for elastomeric applications, and Loctite 3D MED9851 for medical devices. These additions reflect Henkel Loctite 3D’s commitment to serving the 3D printing community.  

(PRESS RELEASE) DÜSSELDORF, 31-Oct-2023 — /EuropaWire/ — Henkel (ETR: HEN3), a German chemical and consumer goods company as well as a global leader in sustainability, is gearing up to unveil an exciting quartet of cutting-edge additions to its ever-expanding array of photopolymer resins for 3D Printing at the forthcoming Formnext 2023 event in Frankfurt. These innovative materials are poised to make a substantial impact across diverse industries, delivering exceptional performance and unmatched versatility.

These new product offerings underscore Henkel Loctite 3D’s unwavering commitment to meeting the diverse needs of the 3D printing community. Whether you’re engaged in rapid prototyping or end-part production, our latest creations have been meticulously crafted to support a wide spectrum of applications.

  1. Loctite 3D PRO9274: This robust dark gray resin facilitates rapid printing of intricately detailed parts. Engineered to seamlessly integrate with a variety of DLP/LCD printers, this material empowers users to manufacture an extensive range of products at an impressively cost-effective price point.
  2. Loctite 3D IND3380: A specialty resin boasting electrostatic dissipative properties (ESD) and a high Heat Deflection Temperature (HDT) of 190°C, IND3380 delivers outstanding stiffness, precision, and versatility, catering to the most demanding applications.
  3. Loctite 3D IND5714: An elastomer resin in an appealing shade of gray, IND5714 offers remarkable rebound properties and exceptional resistance to repetitive strain. Its low shore hardness, combined with impressive compression set, tear resistance, and strength, renders it ideal for deployment in industrial elastomeric and safe-touch applications.
  4. Loctite 3D MED9851: This high-performance medical material boasts excellent tensile and flexural physical properties. Combining stiffness with toughness and a transparent appearance, MED9851 is perfectly suited for a wide array of impact-resistant medical device applications.

Dr. Daniel Adams, Vice President at Henkel Loctite 3D Printing, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “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.”

The spotlight will shine on these new products at Formnext Frankfurt am Main from November 7th to 10th, where visitors to the Henkel Loctite 3D booth in Hall 11.1, Stand E290, will have the opportunity to firsthand experience the capabilities of these groundbreaking solutions.

For further insights into Henkel’s pioneering advancements in 3D printing materials, visit LoctiteAM.com. To explore collaboration opportunities with the Henkel 3D Printing team, please reach out via email to Loctite3DP@henkel.com.

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Sebastian Hinz
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