3D Printing Media Network: Essentium Introduces 3D Printing Adhesives in Collaboration with Magigoo

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3D printing provider Essentium, Inc. has come out with a line of all-in-one 3D printing adhesives for its portfolio of High Speed Extrusion (HSE) 3D printing materials. The adhesives were developed in collaboration with Malta-based Thought3D, the company behind the well recognized Magigoo 3D printing bed adhesive brand.

The new product line, Essentium 3D Printing Bed Adhesives – Powered by Magigoo, has been specifically engineered for heated print beds, helping to keep the first layer of the print secure on the build platform until the print is complete. (When the build platform cools, the adhesive releases effortlessly.) This eliminates the need for other adhesive products like tapes, which can be obtrusive, and harsh chemicals.

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