3D Natives: Essentium Releases 3D Printing Adhesives in Partnership with Magigoo

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Recently, Essentium Inc., a leading manufacturer of industrial 3D printers, has released a line of adhesives that are specifically tailored for their portfolio of materials and the High Speed Extrusion (HSE) 3D printing platform. In order to develop high-quality adhesives, the company partnered with Magigoo, one of the main providers of 3D printing adhesive solutions.

The product looks like a typical glue stick that you need to apply to the print bed. A great advantage of Magigoo adhesives is that they are “smart” – they ensure perfect adhesion to the hot plate during the printing process, but release it once the plate cools down. This property distinguishes Magigoo adhesives from other brands, that usually make it difficult to detach the piece after it’s finished.

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