Henkel markets 3D printing adhesives kit

Published:
October 7, 2018
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Accelerating Materials Innovation More...
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Adhesives and sealants | Additive Manufacturing (3D printing)
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by Cecilia Gee
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Henkel plans to launch an adhesives kit designed to bond 3D-printed parts this November at Formnext 2018. While this announcement is interesting from a marketing perspective – repackaging Loctite primers and adhesives in a commercially relevant way – the kit does not seem to offer any change or formula innovation in the adhesives themselves.

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