Araldite Digitalis developed by Huntsman Advanced Materials has won the ICIS Best Business Innovation Award 2010.
Online PR News – 23-October-2010 – – Araldite Digitalis developed by Huntsman Advanced Materials has won the ICIS Best Business Innovation Award 2010. The ICIS Best Business Innovation category recognizes wider-based innovation, covering new service offerings, new approaches to market and even novel supply chain or business operations. Looking at Huntsman’s position as an early pioneer of SL resin, the company was selected as an award winner for not only embracing rapid prototyping but in going a significant step further in developing a complete rapid manufacturing solution. Demonstrating Huntsman’s initiative to build new routes to market with an integrated offering, this award supports the view that chemical companies need to move beyond purely providing materials to developing service offerings as well.
Araldite Digitalis is a rapid manufacturing machine which is capable of producing large numbers of parts simultaneously at speed and with a high degree of accuracy. Based on entirely new micro-electro mechanical systems (MEMS) technology, Araldite Digitalis is superior to any other radiation curing technique on the market.
Araldite Digitalis significantly reduces production times and thereby costs. Easy to use and maintain, the competitive benefits of Araldite Digitalis grow exponentially as the number, size and complexity of parts produced increases. Initial tests at customer sites have already proven the huge potential of the technology and recent developments to enhance its speed further also show that this technology is ideal for producing small to medium sized similar or identical parts.