Evonik launches new INFINAM photopolymer 3D printing materials with Asiga


Evonik is about to launch a series of new INFINAM photopolymers in partnership with 3D printing company DLP Asiga to AMUG Conference next month.

By combining Asiga’s open hardware architecture DLP 3D printers with Evonik’s expertise in developing and manufacturing photopolymer materials, the partners believe they will enable additive manufacturing of industrial applications. It follows the launch of several INFINAM photopolymers by Evonik last year, including the robust and impact-resistant INFINAM TI 3100 L, as well as the high-temperature INFINAM RG 3101 L.

Evonik will unveil the latest additions to its INFINAM offering alongside Asiga. Asiga first introduced its LED-based DLP 3D printing technology to the market in 2011, and now has a product portfolio that includes the MAX series desktop 3D printers and its large-format PRO system. 4K. The new INFINAM materials, which Evonik will showcase at AMUG, will complement the range of dental, jewelry and manufacturing materials that Asiga already offers through its own materials manufacturing capabilities and those of other third-party partners.

“The cooperation with Asiga, once again, confirms the growth approach we are focusing on with our new product line of INFINAM photopolymer resins launched last year,” said Dr. Rainer Hahn, Segment Manager of Evonik’s photopolymer market within the additive manufacturing innovation growth area. “We are sending an important signal to our customers who will now have even wider access to our high-performance materials with excellent processing properties on Asiga’s DLP 3D printers to explore endless new applications.”

“As we continue to strengthen our open hardware architecture, we are excited to provide our customers with access to Evonik’s new line of INFINAM photopolymers,” added Graham Turner, Director of Global Operations, Asiga. “Combining the latest material developments in Evonik’s additive polymer science with our industrial-grade 3D printing hardware creates robust additive manufacturing solutions with endless possibilities.”

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