Cooperation with Henkel's Loctite 3D printing solution
BURMS collaborates with Henkel's Loctite 3D printing solutions on the new SLA resin
Visit us at Formnext 2021 (November 16-19)
Stand information: Hall 12.1 A59
BURMS - 3D Druck Jena GmbH & Co.KG is pleased to announce the collaboration with Henkels Loctite 3D Druck for the new SLA resin. We will be presenting this material at Formnext this year. To experience the quality and feel, visit our stand in Hall 12.1 A59.
With decades of experience in materials chemistry, industrial experience and solving manufacturing challenges in all markets, Henkel has now started the engine of transformation and offers under the leading brand Loctite in addition to the broad portfolio of photopolymers (DLP technology) for the industrial production high-quality materials for professional use for SLA technology. Together we start our journey with the newly introduced SLA resin – Loctite 3D IND408.
Henkel's Loctite 3D IND408 Black for SLA printers can produce parts with isotropic properties and low moisture absorption. The printed parts have fine features and a smooth and glossy surface, making them ideal for design visualization. With its high thermal performance at temperatures in excess of 100°C, this resin outperforms other options on the market. This resin is ideal for the rapid production of parts with high detail and surface quality for applications ranging from general purpose to end-use parts, and can be printed at very high print speeds.
"Mr. Brick has many years of experience with SLA systems and there is a great need for new materials," says Maarten Adolf, Senior Business Development Manager at Henkel. BURMS has the tool kit for open SLA systems to make a material change successful.”
We had great teamwork with Henkel's Loctite team. Such structured and well-managed teamwork is rare to find, says Mr. Brick, Managing Director of BURMS - 3D Druck Jena GmbH & Co.KG. We look forward to seeing the full potential of this new high performance SLA product from Henkel.
Loctite 3D IND408 material is now available from BURMS - 3D-Druck JENA GmbH & CO.KG. Do you have further questions about this material? We are there for you, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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