Customers will have more options than ever when using Carbon DLS, enabling teams to create better products in less time, from design to production
Loctite IND147, fully validated for shipping as of Formnext 2022, is a photopolymer resin with high stiffness and high-temperature resistance. It was created for product designers and engineers who need a quick and easy way to print molds, fixtures, and manufacturing tools with smooth surfaces and accurate dimensions used under high-heat applications in industrial, consumer, and automotive markets. Additional resins from the expanding partnership are also expected to become available in 2023.
“The expansion of our partnership with Carbon follows the success we’ve had together and builds on our shared focus on production applications and better end-use parts for our customers,” said Sam Bail, Director of 3D Printing Sales from Henkel. “Carbon’s platform allows us to provide LOCTITE 3D printing’s unique industrial resins, creating more value for our customers.”
This strategic partnership builds on the unique combination of Carbon’s open material platform and DLS printing process with Henkel´s materials expertise, providing a portfolio of resins while expanding the possibilities for end-use parts, in less time.
“We’ve shared a great deal of success with Henkel and are thrilled to further expand our partnership with these new resins,” said Jason Rolland, SVP of Materials from Carbon. “With this partnership, Carbon has the most comprehensive one-part and dual-cure resin portfolio in the industry, providing an open solution for customers to create better products in less time.”
Formnext 2022 attendees can learn more about Henkel resins validated for the Carbon platform in the Carbon booth at Formnext (Hall 11.1 D22), or visit www.carbon3d.com. Henkel will also be showcasing their material portfolio at the show (Hall 11.1 E29), or visit www.LoctiteAM.com
Carbon is a 3D printing technology company helping businesses to develop better products and bring them to market in less time. The Carbon DLS™ process combines versatile printers, advanced software, and best-in-class materials to deliver functional parts with end-use performance and aesthetics, helping engineers and designers to create products that outperform expectations. From prototyping and low-volume production to production-at-scale, global organizations use the Carbon process to create a wide range of functional end-use parts and print them reliably wherever and whenever they need them through Carbon’s production network partners. Carbon is a venture-backed company headquartered in Redwood City, CA. To learn more, follow Carbon on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
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