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Henkel opens 3D printing hub

Henkel has opened its Innovation and Interaction Centre (IIC) for 3D printing at its Tallaght site near Dublin in Ireland.

5th July 2018

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Dublin

Transport/​Aerospace, Sports/​Outdoor

Henkel opened its Innovation and Interaction Centre for 3D printing at its Tallaght site. © Henkel Henkel has opened its Innovation and Interaction Centre (IIC) for 3D printing at its Tallaght site near Dublin in Ireland. The IIC, which is the first in a new generation of global industrial customer centres, will become Henkel’s European regional hub for technology presentations, demonstrations, training, testing as well as customer service for 3D Printing solutions.

During the official inauguration Henkel welcomed the Irish Minister of State for Housing and Urban Renewal, Damien English, representatives from governmental organizations in Ireland as well as customers and senior management of its ecosystem partners Carbon and HP.

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