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

“The opening of our first Innovation and Interaction Center in Ireland will further strengthen our expertise and capabilities to bring 3D printing solutions into manufacturing processes of our broad customer base,” said Michael Todd, global head of innovation, during the event.

“The close connection to our scientists and engineers as well as to the production will enable us to accelerate the development of new solutions for our customers and will foster the identification and realization of tailor-made 3D printing applications across industries,” said Philipp Loosen, head of 3D printing.

For more information, visit www.henkel.com.