Arkema is a world-class producer of industrial chemicals, including acrylics, PMMA, thiochemicals, fluorochemicals, and hydrogen peroxide and of performance products like technical polymers, specialty chemical organic peroxides and additives. Arkema is a leading producer in most of its product lines. Arkema’s 20 plants in North America account for 25% of the company’s sales.
Arkema in the News
The Group will attend Formnext November 7-10, 2023 and will showcase a range of advanced 3D printing materials on the market.
New alliance aims to accelerate the development and 3D printing of consumer, medical, and industrial products featuring Digital Foam applications.
Advances in 3D printer materials handling capabilities and recycling services are helping engineers optimize scrap parts and unused additive manufacturing materials.
At the Formnext exhibition, Arkema planned to introduce two new high-performance custom formulations to extend its range for UV-curing, and much more.
Organizations commit to promote sustainability in additive manufacturing.
Arkema has invested in the American start-up to advance the development of 3D composite manufacturing.
E-Aquasol resin is designed for use on EnvisionTEC's cDLM 3D printing platform and incorporates Sartomer's N3xtDimension UV-curable resin technology.
Impressed with all the cool shapes you can build on a 3D printer? What’s even more cool are all the different materials you can use to make them.
Arkema has taken part, with an investment of US$ 20 million, in the Carbon Growth Funding Round to support the next generation of fully integrated digital manufacturing platforms via collaboration.
Sartomer, as part of the new commercial platform dedicated to 3D printing, “3D Printing Solutions by Arkema,” designs liquid resin solutions for UV-curable additive manufacturing, marketed under the N3xtDimension brand.
The partners plan to explore new developments in thermoplastic materials with the goal to lower wind turbine production costs, improve recyclability and expand applicability.
Material choices continue to expand for industrial and prototyping applications.