Bringing Loctite 3D printing solutions to more regions

Henkel and iMakr have joined forces to expand their distribution network to include the US and the Nordic region, including Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. And Loctite 3D printing resins have been available from iMakr for the UK and Ireland since last year.

iMakr is a global distributor of best-in-class 3D printers, materials, scanners and additive manufacturing solutions. As a channel partner the company will bring added value to the Loctite 3D printing portfolio by providing stronger visibility, network and expertise. iMakr’s capability to bundle various offerings of printers, resins, DFAM, consultancy and services, enables the realisation of the unique offerings of photopolymers across a wide range of industries.

Leveraging decades of experience in material chemistry, industrial know-how and solving manufacturing challenges across markets, Henkel has now started the engine of transformation in providing quality professional use materials for prosumer markets, in addition to the broad portfolio of photopolymers for industrial production under the leading Loctite brand.

“iMakr is excited to be announcing our new global partnership with Henkel and their incredible cutting-edge range of additive manufacturing solutions,” said Wei Liu, CEO at iMakr. “Expanding on our collaboration with Henkel last year where we became a premier distribution channel partner in the UK and Ireland, we are thrilled to be deepening our relationship on a global scale, bringing Henkel’s innovative solutions in additive manufacturing to even more of our customers around the world.”

Sam Bail, head of partnerships for 3D printing at Henkel, said: “iMakr has been a great partner for Henkel as they educate, develop and support customers in a wide variety of countries and markets. Henkel, as a global company wants to ensure easy access to our products and the expanded footprint of iMakr locations as well as online presence allows us to do so.”

Henkel Ltd

Wood Lane End
Hemel Hempstead
HP2 4RQ
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1442 278000

technicalservice.loctite@uk.henkel.com

www.henkel.com

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