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British firm Scott Bader launch Crestaform 3D printing resins

27 Sep '21
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Pic: Scott Bader
Pic: Scott Bader

Scott Bader, a UK-based manufacturer of adhesives, resins, and functional polymers, has launched Crestaform, a new range of high-performance 3D printing resins. 3D printing is a rapidly growing market that Scott Bader identified as an area for new product development using their vast experience and expertise in resin manufacture, dating back over 70 years.
“This is Scott Bader’s first ever product range for 3D printing and therefore it has created much excitement and anticipation. That expertise led to the development of Crestaform high performing 3D printing resins that exhibit superior mechanical performance and excellent reactivity,” according to the British firm.
Scott Bader’s Crestaform 3D printing resins can be used in most stereolithography 3D printers and are cured by laser or light. The level and quality of detail that can be achieved is staggering when using Crestaform resins to produce a 3D print.
Crestaform 3D printing resins are supplied in recyclable bottles that are available to individual consumers via Amazon. 
“Entering the 3D printing market is an exciting new venture for Scott Bader. We have used our in-depth experience in resin development to create market leading 3D printing resins that are easy to use and effortlessly produce highly detailed prints,” Jonathan Stowell, Scott Bader’s commercial director, said in a press release.

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