Arkema, a leader in advanced polymers and liquid resins for 3D printing, is taking steps forward to help customers accelerate additive manufacturing of high-tech parts. The Group has expanded its list of industrial partnerships and collaborative research programs all along the supply chain.
Among the superyachts at the 28th Monaco Yacht Show in Monte-Carlo this 25-28 September, Bayonne-based LOEVA will present a perfectly transparent stand-up paddle. This SUP allows paddlers to glide over the surface of the waves while admiring the underwater universe by day or by night. The board is a world first to be made with Altuglas® ShieldUp, a nano-structured acrylic glass developed by Arkema. Incubation by the Arkema R&D Centre in Lacq also helped the LOEVA startup to perfect this stand-up paddle. Combining state-of-the-art technology, avant-garde design and high-grade manufacturing, it transcends the boarding experience.
As a global player in specialty chemicals and advanced materials, Arkema strives to generate sustainable growth by providing its customers with innovative and environmentally sound solutions. In an ever changing world, Arkema constantly innovates and offers solutions addressing these major changes in a wide variety of markets.
The Walden Raft cabin is returning to center stage. A replica of the work constructed in 2015 by artist duo, Elise Morin and Florent Albinet, will soon be on exhibit for the public as part of a festival in Annecy. This is the perfect opportunity to discover or rediscover this installation featuring our Altuglas® acrylic glass.