Covestro changes brand name of 3D printing materials filaments, pellets and powders to Addigy®
- Two brands for 3D printing materials: Addigy® and Somos®
- 3D printing thermoplastics commercialized under Arnite®, Arnitel®, Arnilene®, Novamid® and EcoPaXX® will change to Addigy®.
- Somos® remains unchanged as the brand for Covestro’s photopolymers for stereolithography and DLP/LCD.
Covestro, a leading materials company, is simplifying the brand structure of its 3D printing materials offering. From June 1st onward, 3D printing thermoplastics materials commercialized under brand names of Arnilene®, Arnite®, Arnitel®, EcoPaXX® and Novamid® will be sold under product brand name Addigy®, the trademark that Covestro already was using for certain 3D printing materials. While the product name may change, products itself remain the same.
At RAPID+TCT tradefair
The renamed thermoplastic materials for the three 3D printing technologies will be featured at RAPID+TCT tradefair from 17-19 May 2022 in Detroit, Michigan (booth #2301), alongside the company’s Somos® resins for stereolithography and DLP/LCD. On booth #2301, Covestro will showcase a broad range of prototyping and end-use applications across many vertical markets. The company will also present at the RAPID Conference about how manufacturers who want to 3D print end-use parts need to select relevant test metrics to be sure the application will function properly in the end-use application, including throughout the complete product lifetime.
Phase out of the old thermoplastics brand names will be completed by May 30, 2022.
Arnilene®, Arnite®, Arnitel®, EcoPaXX® and Novamid® are registered trademarks of DSM.
Covestro is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high-quality polymer materials and their components. With its innovative products, processes and methods, the company helps enhance sustainability and the quality of life in many areas. Covestro supplies customers around the world in key industries such as mobility, building and living, as well as the electrical and electronics sector. In addition, polymers from Covestro are also used in sectors such as sports and leisure, cosmetics and health, as well as in the chemical industry itself.
The company is committed to becoming fully circular and is striving to become climate neutral by 2035 (scope 1 and 2). Covestro generated sales of EUR 15.9 billion in fiscal 2021. At the end of 2021, the company had 50 production sites worldwide and employed approximately 17,900 people (calculated as full-time equivalents).
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