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Nexa3D, a California-based SLA 3D printer manufacturer, has announced it is working with leading global chemical company Henkel to develop a line of co-branded photopolymer SLA resins, which will be distributed through Nexa3D’s global channels.
Through the newly established partnership, Nexa3D has now joined Henkel’s open platform of material partners. Both companies aim to leverage their respective expertise in SLA 3D printing technology and performance resins to create functional parts using Henkel’s materials on the NXE400 3D printer. Their first material, optimized for the NXE400, is an ABS 3D printing resin developed with Henkel’s Loctite material technology.
“Partnering with a great global powerhouse of the caliber of Henkel represents orders of magnitude of progress in our collective abilities to deliver additive manufacturing solutions that push the boundaries of what’s possible with 3D printing for manufacturing,” comments Avi Reichental, Co-founder and CEO of Nexa3D.