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Braskem, a leading Brazilian petrochemical company, has announced its acquisition of taulman3D, a US-based manufacturer of 3D printing materials. The acquisition is expected to play a significant role in accelerating Braskem’s growth strategy in 3D printing. By acquiring taulman3D, Braskem aims to expand its portfolio of high-performance materials for additive manufacturing. taulman3D is known for its innovative range of specialty filaments in various 3D printing applications, including industrial prototyping, engineering, and education. The company’s expertise and product offerings align with Braskem’s vision of providing advanced materials for the evolving needs of the 3D printing industry.

This strategic move will enable Braskem to strengthen its presence in the 3D printing market, capitalize on the growing demand for customized manufacturing solutions, and provide customers with a broader selection of high-quality materials. The acquisition demonstrates Braskem’s commitment to innovation and recognizes 3D printing as a transformative technology.

Through this collaboration, Braskem aims to leverage taulman3D’s expertise in material development and expand its market reach, catering to the evolving demands of industries such as aerospace, automotive, healthcare, and consumer goods. With Braskem’s financial and technological resources combined with taulman3D’s expertise, the acquisition is expected to drive Braskem’s growth strategy, enhance its competitiveness in the 3D printing market, and contribute to advancing additive manufacturing.

taulman3D acquisition expected to “accelerate Braskem’s growth strategy” in 3D printing.