Tag: Henkel

Formnext 2018 3D printing preview and exclusive exhibitor comment

It is now only five days until Frankfurt Messe opens its doors to the biggest additive manufacturing show in Europe, and the press releases for Formnext 2018 are still coming in thick and fast. While many upcoming releases will remain under embargo until next week (stay tuned) 3D Printing Industry has collated all of this week’s... Read More »

Increased investment in additive manufacturing facilities for both Henkel and LPW Technology

Two new 3D printing facilities were opened today. Henkel, a chemical and consumer goods company based in Germany, has announced today the opening of its new Research and Development 3D printing center in Tallaght, Ireland. The Innovation and Interaction Centre for Additive Manufacturing will now facilitate training, testing, demonstrations, and presentations for a variety of... Read More »

3D Printing News Sliced Ford, PyroGenesis, Collplant, MIT, Royal DSM

Today, in our Sliced roundup of all the latest 3D printing industry news, we take a look inside some 3D printed houses, uncover progress on the coveted field of organ 3D bioprinting, and collect the latest materials and hardware releases to keep you, the most well informed readers in the industry, up to date. News... Read More »

Ultimaker Announces Alliance Partnership Program for Engineering Materials at RAPID

At the Hannover Messe trade fair in Germany today, Ultimaker released an expansion to its professional 3D printer portfolio with the new S5 3D printer – the first desktop machine the company has introduced in two years. But it’s a big week for the global 3D printing leader for another reason as well – the company... Read More »

3D Printing: The New-Age Glue of Adhesive Companies

Individually shaped objects can be created in layers from various materials, for example plastic, metal and ceramics. The manufacturing industry has been using this process, also known as additive manufacturing, for several years to rapidly and cost-effectively produce models and samples. However, over the last few years, 3D printing technology has steadily progressed and has opened... Read More »

3D Printing News Briefs: April 13, 2018

Reading our 3D Printing News Briefs won’t bring you any bad luck this Friday the 13th – just the latest goings-on in the 3D printing industry. We’ve got news on 3D printers and software, followed by business news. Trans-Machine Additive now has two Arcam EBM 3D printers, while Henkel will be the first global reseller... Read More »

3D Printing News Briefs: March 20, 2018

For today’s edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, which falls on the first day of spring (though it doesn’t feel like it here), we’ve got lots of software and material news to tell you about. Onshape is introducing Design Data Management 2.0, and ZW3D is donating its flagship software product to the University of Pécs.... Read More »

Bossard Group corners 3D printing market with TRUMPF, German RepRap and Henkel

Bossard (SWX:BOSN), a Swiss fastener technology and logistics group, is entering the additive manufacturing market as a supplier for three established 3D printing industry names. Partnered with TRUMPF, German RepRap and Henkel, the Bossard group and it’s subsidiary KVT-Fastening corners three key 3D printing technologies, and plans to continue expanding its range to solve industrial manufacturing... Read More »

Aectual receives $1.8 million for sustainable XL 3D Printing in construction

Aectual, the Dutch design and construction company behind Schiphol Airport’s 3D printed floors, has received a capital injection of $1.8 million from three investors that specialize in green, sustainable projects. The first investor, AKEF, is the Amsterdam Climate & Energy Fund that provides a revolving fund €45 million to “companies and projects that demonstrably add to energy saving,... Read More »