EnvisionTEC and Sartomer Introduce E-Aquasol 3D Printing Resin at Formnext 2019

E-Aquasol resin is designed for use on EnvisionTEC's cDLM 3D printing platform and incorporates Sartomer's N3xtDimension UV-curable resin technology.

E-Aquasol resin is designed for use on EnvisionTEC's cDLM 3D printing platform and incorporates Sartomer's N3xtDimension UV-curable resin technology.

EnvisionTEC, developer of professional-grade 3D printing solutions, and Sartomer, a business line of Arkema, introduced E-Aquasol water-soluble resin at Formnext 2019.  Developed through a collaboration between the two companies, E-Aquasol resin is designed for use on EnvisionTEC's cDLM 3D printing platform and incorporates Sartomer's N3xtDimension UV-curable resin technology.

E-Aquasol resin is made for printing molds in a wide variety of industrial applications. The water-soluble 3D printing resin, designed for EnvisionTEC's Envision One cDLM platform, allows industrial manufacturers to shell-cast thin-walled parts with high feature resolution.  Thanks to its high water solubility, E-Aquasol resin is an optimal choice for users who seek to avoid the use of more aggressive solvents such as caustic.

“Collaboration is at the heart of our 3D Printing Solutions by Arkema platform vision, aiming to identify new opportunities to support successful adoption of additive manufacturing,” says Summit Jain, global director for 3D Printing Business, Sartomer. 

“Joining forces to design E-Aquasol resin for our professional-grade Continuous Digital Light Manufacturing DLP 3D printing platform supports our customers in achieving the best end results thanks to the advanced performance properties of this water-soluble material,” Al Siblani, CEO, EnvisionTEC, adds.

The debut of E-Aquasol was announced at Formnext in Frankfurt, Germany. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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