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With rising interest in environmental impacts and sustainability, the 3D printing industry faces a crucial challenge to align innovation practices with sustainable goals. While UV-curable 3D printing formulations have significantly advanced in terms of quality and efficiency, there is an opportunity to improve the environmental footprint.

The challenge lies in transitioning towards a more sustainable, bio-based alternative that can offer the same high-performance output, thus bridging the gap between innovation and sustainability. Arkema is committed to supporting the industry transition to a more circular model, where we work together to significantly reduce the environmental impact of 3D printing without compromising on performance.

Bio-based offering

Introducing our line of N3xtDimension® bio-based formulations

Arkema's leading material offering for UV-curable 3D printing, N3xtDimension® resins, now offers a bio-based line of 3D formulations. These formulations are an embodimenent of our commitment to a more sustainable future - where we not only envision a greener future, but we actively create it. 


Key Features

  • 53% bio-renewable carbon verified by ASTM D6866
  • Reliable, accurate, high resolution printing on DLP printers
  • First in a family of high BRC formulations
Viscosity @ 25°C 750 cPs Brookfield SP #31
Flexural strength 75 MPa ASTM D790
Flexural modulus 2,000 MPa ASTM D790
Tensile strength 39 MPa ASTM D638-14
Tensile modulus 2,300 MPa ASTM D638-14
Elongation at break 6% ASTM D638-14
Notched Izod Impact 39 J/m ASTM D256
HDT @ 0.45 MPa 59°C ASTM D648
Tg 80 °C ASTM D4065

3D Custom Formulations brochure

Discover over 10 custom formulations for UV-Curable 3D printing, enabling key properties:
  • High temperature
  • Dental modeling
  • Casting
  • Toughness
  • High strength

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