M. Holland Secures Partnerships to Expand 3D Printing Materials Selection

  • M. Holland Secures Partnerships to Expand 3D Printing Materials Selection

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    Resin supplier M.Holland announced new partnerships and materials to its growing portfolio. The Illinois-based company has partnered with three new additive manufacturing (AM) materials suppliers to expand its 3D printing product offering by 50%. The new deals with Infinite Material Solutions, Kimya by Armor, and taulman3D will help deepen material access and offer more opportunities for M.Holland’s clients to integrate specialized 3D printing materials into their industrial manufacturing flows. The new partnerships are now part of M.Holland’s broad portfolio of suppliers, including materials from renowned companies like BASF, Braskem, EOS, Henkel Loctite, and 3DXTECH. As part of the announcement, M.Holland also revealed new AM materials developed for machining and engineering applications.

    Haleyanne Freedman, the Global 3D printing Engineering Market Manager at M.Holland, said the 3D printing market has been expanding rapidly with machines advancing and becoming more industrial. 3D printing materials have also expanded in the last few years, so the company decided to build an AM lab in their Northbrook office to access dozens of different 3D printing platforms to help customers understand the design considerations of products and materials to reduce the adoption time of the technology.

    “During this time of rapid growth for both the industry and

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