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Computer Aided Technology (CATI) has made it our mission to deliver and support the best product development solutions available. Our portfolio includes solutions from SOLIDWORKS, Dassault Systèmes, Stratasys, Creaform, Desktop Metal, PostProcess Technologies, and More. We exist so our clients can focus on what they do best – design and manufacture their products. From small design firms to Fortune 500 companies, we support thousands of market-leading companies in every niche of product development, design, and manufacturing. Anyone can sell you software or hardware; our goal is to earn the right to be your trusted advisor For information, visit cati.com.
Covestro Additive Manufacturing (AM)—now including the former DSM AM business—wants to unlock the potential of AM by expanding the number of high-performance materials. For more information, visit covestro.com.
Desktop Metal® exists to make 3D printing accessible to all Engineers, Designers, and Manufacturers. We are reinventing the way engineering and manufacturing teams produce parts – from prototyping through mass production. We believe 3D printing will change the way parts are designed, manufactured, and sold around the world. For more information, visit desktopmetal.com.
DMG MORI is a leading global manufacturer of machine tools. Our integrated automation, digitization and sustainability solutions broaden the company’s core business of turning and milling machines, advanced technologies (ULTRASONIC, LASERTEC) and additive manufacturing. Our customer-oriented services over the course of a machine tool’s entire lifecycle include training, repair, maintenance and spare parts service. For more information, visit dmgmori.com.
Dyndrite makes an accelerated computation engine, a tool that gives hardware and software companies the power, freedom and control necessary to deliver the future of digital manufacturing. Our GPU-accelerated software delivers hyper-scalability, python automation and eyebrow-raising performance due to the dedication of a team of mathematicians, software engineers, designers, and mechanical engineers. For more information, visit dyndrite.com.
EOS provides responsible manufacturing solutions via industrial 3D printing technology to manufacturers around the world. Connecting high quality production efficiency with its pioneering innovation and sustainable practices, the independent company formed in 1989 will shape the future of manufacturing. Powered by its platform-driven digital value network of machines and a holistic portfolio of services, materials and processes, EOS is deeply committed to fulfilling its customers’ needs and acting responsibly for our planet. For more information, visit na.eos.info.
Essentium is leading the way with next-generation additive manufacturing solutions that challenge the status quo, empower customers, and fuel the future of manufacturing. In the past, deploying additive manufacturing at scale was not feasible due to cost, durability, and speed requirements. Essentium has overcome the limitations of previous additive systems and has unlocked the promise of large-scale additive manufacturing. With High Speed Extrusion technology, Essentium has become a category creator in the additive manufacturing industry. The Essentium HSE 3D Printing Platforms are transforming traditional manufacturing, giving customers an industrial-scale additive manufacturing solution that allows them to generate production floor-ready parts at scale quickly and cost-effectively. Fueling these outcomes even further is a robust end-to-end additive manufacturing ecosystem that includes the industry’s broadest range of engineering-grade materials and leading-edge technology. For more information, visit essentium.com.
ExOne, as the pioneer of binder jet technology, is on a mission to deliver powerful 3D printers that solve the toughest problems and enable world-changing innovations. Our 3D printing systems quickly transform powder materials – including metals, ceramics, composites, and sand – into precision parts, metal casting molds and cores, and innovative tooling solutions. Industrial customers use our technology to save time and money, reduce waste, improve manufacturing flexibility, and deliver designs and products that were once impossible. Home to a world-leading team of experts, ExOne also provides specialized 3D printing services, including on-demand production of mission-critical parts, as well as engineering and design consulting. For more information, visit exone.com.
fabWeaver is a new 3D brand focused on bringing industrial-level 3D printing and prototyping to product designers and engineers around the world. New and autonomous in creativity, innovation, and miracle creation, fabWeaver has a singular focus of making professional-level 3D printing accessible to everyone who wants to create. Join us on our journey of innovation and creation: experience repeatable and reliable industrial- and manufacturing-level 3D printing that has never been this consistently accessible and affordable—until today. For more information, visit fabweaver.com.
Formlabs is the professional 3D printer of choice for engineers, designers, manufacturers, dental and medical professionals, and decision makers around the globe. Formlabs products include the Form 3, Form 3B, and Form 3L, powered by Low Force Stereolithography (LFS)™ 3D printing, Form 2 SLA 3D printer, Form Wash and Form Cure post-processing solutions, and the Fuse 1 SLS 3D printer. Formlabs also develops its own suite of high-performance 3D printing materials, as well as 3D printing software. For more information, visit formlabs.com.
GE Additive: There are no shortcuts when it comes to additive. No skipping steps. But for the ready, there is a way to get there faster. To accelerate your path from prototype to full production. To put the people who pioneered full metal additive production to work for you.
At GE Additive, we have the machines, powders, software and know-how to help you make anything you can imagine. For more information, visit www.ge.com/additive.
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence supports the industry in the development of innovative technologies of today and future-oriented products of tomorrow.
Hexagon’s Additive Manufacturing end-to-end solution portfolio helps manufacturers and service bureaus design, optimize, validate, and replicate high quality additively manufactured metal or plastic parts robustly, accurately, and fast. Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence is part of Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXA B; Hexagon.com), a global leader in information technology that ensures higher productivity through quality in both geospatial and industrial enterprise applications. For more information, visit hexagonmi.com.
HP Inc. creates technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere. Through our portfolio of personal systems, printers, and 3D printing solutions, we engineer experiences that amaze. HP 3D Printing technologies are reinventing design and manufacturing, by unlocking the full potential of 3D printing. For more information, visit hp.com/go/3Dprinting.
LuxCreo’s mission is to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable manufacturing. LuxCreo is a leader in 3D printing solutions and is committed to innovation, product excellence, and customer success. Providing fully integrated solutions – cloud-connected 3D printers, AI-enabled printing software, and advanced materials, LuxCreo is transforming the way businesses design and manufacture products in consumer, medical, dental, and industrial industries. Backed by Kleiner Perkins, LuxCreo is a privately held company with North American headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area, and Asian headquarters in Beijing, China. For more information, visit luxcreo.com
Meltio takes metal 3D printing to the next level by developing high-performance, affordable, and easy-to-use metal 3D printing solutions. Our metal 3D printing solutions open up a new world of possibilities for designing industrial-grade parts without the need for industrial infrastructure. They can be seamlessly integrated into any office environment or university lab. Our open material platform enables applications ranging from industrial prototyping, mold and die, one-offs, short runs, to mass manufacturing, maintenance, and repair. For more information, visit meltio3d.com.
Nexa3D produces ultrafast polymer additive manufacturing equipment based on SLS and proprietary LSPc 3D printing technologies. The company’s technologies, powered by NexaX software, offer a full validated workflow for production-focused additive manufacturing. With solutions in resin 3D printing including industrial and desktop systems as well as a powder-based 3D printer bringing enhanced automation, the Nexa3D portfolio is further amplified by an open materials ecosystem. Nexa3D’s ultrafast LSPc technology offers 20X productivity compared to other processes available on the market today, enabling users to reach the next level in additive manufacturing. For more information, visit nexa3d.com.
Quickparts offers complete on demand manufacturing services, from custom prototypes and 3D printing to traditional manufacturing. Offering a full range of additive and traditional manufacturing technologies, materials, and processes, from additive printing in metal and plastic, to CNC machining, injection molding, sheet metal manufacturing and more. In-house production facilities combined with a network of rigorously vetted domestic and international partners enables Quickparts to offer the highest quality in the market with some of the fastest and most reliable turnaround times in the industry. For more information, visit quickparts.com.
Stratasys has been a defining force in 3D printing and additive manufacturing for over 30 years, . The company empowers customers across a broad range of vertical markets by enabling new paradigms for design and manufacturing. The company’s solutions provide customers with unmatched design freedom and manufacturing flexibility – reducing time-to-market and lowering development costs, while improving designs and communications. The Stratasys ecosystem includes a wide range of 3D printers and materials; parts on-demand via Stratasys Direct Manufacturing; consulting and professional services; and the GrabCAD software platform. For more information, visit www.stratasys.com.
Tekna manufactures spherical metallic powders for additive manufacturing applications, such as powder bed fusion (laser and EB) and directed energy deposition processes. Tekna mainly produces spherical powders of Ti-6Al-4V for medical and aerospace applications. These titanium alloy powders have a high level of sphericity and flowability, low oxygen content, high density, as well as controlled particle size. Tekna also manufactures other types of spheres such as Al alloys, Ni alloys, W and Ta. For more information, visit tekna.com
NCP Leasing is the leading independent provider of financing for additive manufacturing equipment. Founded in 1987, NCP provides a wide range of lease and rental structures to satisfy the needs of industrial and commercial companies. We have participated in over 300 “additive manufacturing” transactions since 1994. This experience gives us an edge when it comes to making accurate assessments of residual values and understanding the specifics of each transaction. NCP has considerable financial strength. We remain principals in all transactions. This is an advantage when a lease is restructured during its term. For more information, visit ncpleasing.com.
3D Systems, the originator of 3D printing, transforms manufacturing with its end-to-end solutions. Drawing on its deep expertise and unique workflow approach including software, hardware, materials and services, 3D Systems is positioned to help companies innovate, design, and manufacture in new ways – enabling them to realize competitive advantage. For more information, visit 3dsystems.com.
3DXTECH™ is a leading supplier of high-performance 3D Printers and Filaments. Gearbox™ HT2 printer is our new industrial-grade high-temp printer that offers a heated chamber (up to 225°C), dual extruders (up to 500°C), and a large 18”x18”x32” build chamber. Gearbox™ HT2 prints PEKK, PEEK, and ULTEM™ and a wide variety of Carbon Fiber grades. The HT2 is built in the USA and is focused on functionality. For more information, visit 3dxtech.com.
3YOURMIND digitizes workflows with software that standardizes and evaluates AM data, connects teams to production locations, and optimizes machine utilization. We work closely with customers to provide solutions for prototyping, mass individualization and serial AM. These are the foundations we are putting into place for manufacturing leaders looking to scale their AM production. For more information, visit 3yourmind.com.
AddUp, a joint venture created by Michelin and Fives, is a global metal additive manufacturing OEM and service provider of Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) and Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technologies. The combination of these processes allows AddUp customers the flexibility to choose the technology best suited for their specific application. This combination also offers a unique ability to meet technical challenges, such as manufacturing parts combining these complementary technologies. The AddUp group also offers part production, POC production, metal AM consulting services, AM training and design for AM, making AddUp your one-stop for metal AM. For more information, visit addupsolutions.com.
ARBURG has over 65 years of experience manufacturing systems for plastics processing. Specializing in molding, turnkey systems, and additive manufacturing. ARBURG’s APF (Arburg Plastic Freeforming) additive technology takes the open material printing platform to a new level by utilizing thermoplastic pellets to print single or multi-material components. Companies can print parts for prototyping to production applications in the thermoplastic materials of their choice. Powerful software allows users to change part densities and customize print jobs. ARBURG Additive: Real Parts, Real Materials. . For more information, visit arburg.com.
Arkema offers its customers an extensive range of materials dedicated to 3D printing. Led by brands such as Sartomer’s N3xtDimension® resins, Rilsan® bio-based polyamides, Pebax® elastomers, Kynar® fluoropolymers, and Kepstan® PEKK resins, the product offering spans all major additive manufacturing processes – UV curing, powder bed fusion and extrusion. Arkema can respond effectively to a broad list of specifications for mechanical and thermal resistance, flexibility, color and durability. For more information, visit arkema.com.
Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF) specializes in micro precision 3D printing. The company’s microArch system uses a 3D printing approach called PμSL (Projection Micro-Stereolithography) that leverages light, customizable optics, a high quality movement platform and controlled processing technology to produce the industry’s most accurate and precise high-resolution 3D prints for product development, research and industrial short run production. Founded in 2016, BMF has offices in Singapore, Boston, Shenzhen and Tokyo. For more information, visit www.bmf3d.com.
Carbon is a 3D printing technology company helping businesses to develop better products and bring them to market in less time. The Carbon DLS™ process combines versatile printers, advanced software, and best-in-class materials to deliver functional parts with end-use performance and aesthetics, helping engineers and designers to create products that outperform. From prototyping and low-volume production to production-at-scale, hundreds of global organizations, including adidas, Ford Motor Company, and Becton Dickinson Company, use the Carbon process to create a wide range of functional end-use parts and print them reliably wherever and whenever they need them through our production network partners. For more information, visit carbon3d.com.
DyeMansion is the global leader in post-processing solutions for industrial polymer 3D-printing. From perfect fit eyewear to personalized car interiors, our technology makes 3D-printed products become a part of our everyday life For more information, visit www.dyemansion.com
Equispheres is a materials science technology company specializing in high-performance metal powders for additive manufacturing in the automotive, aerospace, and defense industries. We focus on developing innovative, clean-tech solutions to help solve advanced manufacturing challenges with our deep knowledge of metallurgy and its application to additive manufacturing. For information, visit equispheres.com.
Evonik is one of the world leaders in specialty chemicals. With its 33,000 employees around the globe, Evonik goes far beyond chemistry to create innovative, profitable, and sustainable solutions for customers.
Drawing on more than 20 years of experience in development and manufacturing polymer-based 3D printing materials, we boost the additive manufacturing market by enabling infinite 3D applications to come true with INFINAM®—our brand for ready-to-use formulations.
Based on our deep materials expertise and innovative strength, we want to drive industrial scale 3D printing as manufacturing technology along the entire value chain. For information, visit 3d-printing.evonik.com.
Markforged is an additive manufacturing company that designs, develops, and manufactures The Digital Forge — an industrial platform of 3D printers, software and materials that enables manufacturers to print parts at the point-of-need. For more information visit us at markforged.com.
Massivit 3D Printing Technologies Ltd. (Tel Aviv Stock Exchange: MSVT) is the leading provider of large-scale 3D printing systems for the Automotive, Marine, Rail, Scenic Fabrication and other industries. Massivit 3D’s advanced technology enables large parts, prototypes, and molds to be produced within hours, instead of days. Founded in 2013, the company is headquartered in Lod, Israel and provides its customers in 40 countries with services via a global dealer network. For more information, visit massivit3d.com.
Materialise incorporates over 30 years of 3D printing experience into a range of software solutions and services, providing companies with industry-leading tools that manage and control the 3D printing process more efficiently, integrate 3D printing into production and connect applications to 3D printing machines. With the acquisition of Link3D, Materialise provides a cloud based end-to-end AM platform from order entry to part delivery. These solutions are open by nature, empowering co-creation and collaboration between different players in 3D printing and manufacturing, allowing companies to meet the highest 3DP standards. For more information, visit materialise.com.
Nano Dimension is changing the way things are made and leading the field of precision digital manufacturing. Our industrial Additive Manufacturing systems have an unprecedented micron-resolution with ultra-high features, details, accuracy, and precision– enabled by the innovative Micro Adaptive Projection technology.
Nano Dimension brings the power of Additive Manufacturing to applications that require high precision such as: aerospace, electronics, automotive, medical, optics, education and more. We aim high to enable digital mass manufacturing of precise and complex parts. With advanced hardware, software and materials and a team of experts and industry veterans, we are on a mission to transform businesses through micro-part manufacturing innovation. For more information, visit nano-di.com.
Oqton is a software company that created a unique, cloud-based Manufacturing Operating System (MOS). This best-in-class platform is tailored for flexible production environments that increasingly utilize a range of advanced manufacturing and automation technologies, including additive manufacturing (AM) solutions, in their production workflows. The cloud-based solution leverages the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning technologies to deliver a new and powerful way for customers to automate their digital manufacturing workflows, scale their operations and enhance their competitive position. For more information, visit oqton.com.
PostProcess is the leader in automated and intelligent post-printing solutions for 3D printed parts. Founded in 2014 and headquartered in Buffalo, NY, USA, with international operations in Mougins, France, PostProcess removes the bottleneck in the third step of additive manufacturing – post-printing – through integrated and patented software, hardware, and chemistry technologies for automated support removal, resin removal, powder removal and surface finishing. For more information, visit postprocess.com.
Renishaw designs and manufactures additive manufacturing systems for manufacturing components in a variety of metals using a process called metal powder bed fusion (or laser melting). Our expertise in process development and our experience in using the technology in our own manufacturing operations enable us to provide turn-key and optimized additive manufacturing solutions for a broad range of applications in the industrial and healthcare sectors. For more information, visit renishaw.com/additive
RP America’s mission is to be the most respected service first provider in the 3D printing industry. We have established a culture of partnerships as our core purpose, equipping our team to deliver exceptional support, open platforms, and industry leading expertise to our customers. We represent Raplas stereolithography 3D printing systems, Covestro stereolithography resins, XYZprinting’s selective laser sintering technology, AMT PostPro vapor smoothing systems, Materialise build preparation software, and more. We provide high quality maintenance and repair for AM equipment across North America. When you purchase equipment, materials, or software from RP America, you are backed by an experienced field service team, providing quality support. For more information, visit rpamerica.us.
Sandvik is a world leader in additive manufacturing services and metal powders, with the widest range of alloys on the market. With leading expertise across the additive value chain, we advance the world through engineering. For more information, visit metalpowder.sandvik.
Siemens Digital Industries is an innovation and technology leader in industrial automation, software and digitalization. In close cooperation with our partners and customers, we are the driving force for the digital transformation in the discrete and process industries.
As an innovation leader, we think ahead to the next level of digital transformation – and integrate cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence, edge computing, cloud computing, industrial 5G, blockchain and additive manufacturing into our Digital Enterprise portfolio. This is how we drive the convergence of information technology and operation technology and enable the smart usage of data. For more information, visit new.siemens.com.
Sigma Labs Inc. (NASDAQ: SGLB) is a leading provider of in-process quality assurance (IPQA®) software to the additive manufacturing industry. Sigma specializes in the development and commercialization of real-time monitoring solutions known as PrintRite3D® for 3D metal advanced manufacturing technologies. PrintRite3D detects and classifies defects and anomalies real-time during the manufacturing process, enabling significant cost-savings and production efficiencies. For more information, visit sigmalabsinc.com.
Titan Robotics, Ltd., is a production additive manufacturing solutions provider. Titan designs and fabricates large-format, industrial 3D printers, and provides solutions to its customers by developing processes using Titan’s additive manufacturing technology. Specializing in direct pellet fed 3D printing, hybrid additive and subtractive systems and hybrid pellet + filament extrusion systems, Titan’s Atlas 3D printers enable the use of engineering grade and affordable pellet materials. Titan provides complete additive manufacturing implementation, from 3D printing services, to consulting and material integration processes. Industries utilizing Titan’s additive manufacturing solutions include aerospace, automotive/transportation, foundry, government/DoD, consumer appliances, education, medical, visual merchandising and more. For more information, visit titan3drobotics.com.
Würth’s industrial 3D printing services offer a streamlined and efficient method to simplify your supply chain, reduce development times and increase the ability to adapt to customers’ needs. We offer industrial 3D printers, consumables, 3D printing materials and 3D scanners to streamline your supply chain and increase adaptability through additive manufacturing/3D printing and digital inventory. We provide financing options, training opportunities and 3D engineering support to ensure your team can utilize the full potential of this powerful solution. For more information, visit shop.wurthindustry.com.
At Xact Metal™, we’re taking the essential specs for metal powder-bed fusion (also known as Selective Laser Melting or Direct Metal Laser Sintering) and combining them with breakthrough technology to establish a new level of price and performance for additive manufacturing. We’re dedicated to supporting the next generation of innovative manufacturing solutions powered by metal 3D printing. For more information, visit xactmetal.com.
For more than 100 years, Xerox has continually redefined the workplace experience. Harnessing our leadership position in office and production print technology, we’ve expanded into software and services to power today’s workforce. From the office to industrial environments, our differentiated business solutions and financial services are designed to make everyday work better for clients — no matter where that work is being done. Today, Xerox scientists and engineers are continuing our legacy of innovation with disruptive technologies in digital transformation, augmented reality, robotic process automation, additive manufacturing, Industrial Internet of Things and cleantech. For more information, visit xerox.com/3Dprinting .
3D Metal Printing magazine, and its related e-newsletters and website, cover the full range of metal additive manufacturing (AM), reaching more than 30,000 print and digital subscribers. Our focused content reports on metal powders, software, production printing technology, finishing techniques, quality control, safety and more. Market coverage is equally impressive, penetrating the medical, mold tooling, aerospace, automotive, power generation and other industries.
3D Metal Printing promises to be at the center of this exciting industry, keeping readers in tune with new-technology write-ups, application articles, tutorial “how-to” features, videos, and commentaries and columns from industry experts. For more information, visit 3dmpmag.com.
3D Printing Industry, launched in 2012, has published over 15,000 articles. The go-to 3D printing news service for additive manufacturing professionals is produced by a team of journalists and supported by in-house engineers and AM experts. For more information, visit 3dprintingindustry.com.
3Degrees is a Chicago-based, independent, technology-agnostic 3D Printing and Materials Science consulting company. Our mission is to educate, empower, and train organizations to achieve success with 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing. Over the past decade we have worked side-by-side with some of the top machine manufacturers, material producers and end users in the industry, consulting with them to identify novel applications, test new materials and develop frameworks to maximize R&D efficiency. For more information, visit 3degreescompany.com.
3Dnatives is the largest international online media platform on 3D printing and its applications. With its in-depth analysis of the market, 3Dnatives gets over 1 million unique visitors per month and is currently available in English, French, Spanish, German and Italian. 3Dnatives works with key Additive Manufacturing market players and offers a variety of services such as a 3D printing price comparison engine, B2B consulting and B2B brand content, event management and much more! For more information, visit 3dnatives.com/en/.
3DPrint.com is a news organization dedicated to bringing you up to date on all the latest news from the 3D printing industry. We source and share the latest news and additive manufacturing industry stories through investigative reporting, interviews, and on-the-ground experiences through conferences, site visits, and hands-on information. Our professional team of writers are experienced and dedicated to their work. For more information, visit 3dprint.com.
6K Additive enables you to think beyond today with premium additive manufacturing powders like SS316L, Ni718, Ti64 and the newly announced refractory powders. These materials are truly spherical, void of porosity and satellites with better flowability than competing technologies. We utilize our proprietary UniMelt® microwave plasma process, the most robust production platform that delivers the highest premium powder for additive manufacturing. What’s more, we leverage sustainable sources as feedstock. Whether it’s certified millings from CNC, grindings, used additive powder or even the support material used in AM, we leverage it all. There is no excess waste or other cut sizes that head off to the landfill or sit in a warehouse. For information, visit 6kadditive.com.
Additive Industries is accelerating industrial additive manufacturing of high quality, functional, metal parts by offering a modular end-to-end 3D printing system including a seamlessly integrated information platform to high end and demanding industrial markets. With substantially improved reproducibility, productivity, and flexibility, Additive Industries redefines the business case for series production of additive manufacturing applications in aerospace, automotive, medical technology and high-tech equipment. For more information, visit additiveindustries.com.
The Additive Report covers Additive Manufacturing technologies, which are increasingly impacting industry, providing manufacturers with new ways to make tooling, molds, functional prototypes, production parts, and much more. With The Additive Report you can reach your target customers using this technology through the various marketing and lead-generating properties offered by The Additive Report—including online banner ads, e-newsletter, sponsorships, webinars, custom content, videos and more. For more information, visit theadditivereport.com
Aligned Vision leverages our AI-based automatic vision inspection and CAD-directed 3D laser projection systems in smart automation solutions for the aerospace, automotive and wind-energy industries. We have pioneered enabling technologies for the digital factory since 1988, leading to Industry 4.0 efficiencies and quality. Our LASERVISION provides in-process automatic inspection of nearly any visible attribute within a giant field of view and without disrupting production operations. LASERGUIDE offers CAD-directed industrial 3D laser projection for templating and operator guidance. All manufacturing intelligence generated by our systems – both images and data – automatically populate the as-built digital twin. For more information, visit aligned-vision.com.
AM Polymers GmbH, established in 2014, has manifested itself as a manufacturer of plastic powders for the powder bed fusion processes. Thanks to the combined expert knowledge of our team, we master all levels of the production chain and optimally match the material to your processes. With our powder materials, we meet your requirements while making them easy to process. That’s why we produce high-quality powder materials that guarantee you consistent component quality across batches.
Our philosophy: Plug & Play instead of Plug & Pray!
Find the right powder for your needs: We offer you the widest range of common polymer powders for the SLS or HSS. In addition to the classic laser-sintered materials such as PA12 and PA11, we focus on proven traditional and technical injection molding plastics. For more information, visit am-polymers.de.
AM Solutions—the Rösler Group’s brand for all activities AM—presents itself at this year’s AMUG Conference as a competent partner for resolving issues regarding design/engineering, the printing process and post processing, including surface refinement of components made by additive manufacturing.
More and more companies and industries are relying on additive manufacturing for their volume production. Along with this development, the requirements for high-quality surface finishes are becoming more complex. At the same time strict industry-specific demands for process safety and transparency as well as repeatable results regarding the post processing of 3D printed components must be fulfilled. For more information, visit solutions-for-am.com.
AMT is a 3D Printing technology company dedicated to unlocking 3D printing as a viable alternative to traditional manufacturing through its suite of post-production hardware. PostPro, developed by AMT, is a digital post-production technology platform that automates the manual and costly steps associated with legacy additive 1.0 ‘low volume & prototyping’ post processing and enables functional ‘high-volume end-use parts’ production from 3D printers.
PostPro allows companies to leverage the benefits of additive manufacturing at scale, by providing an order of magnitude improvement in part throughput, performance, quality, cost and safety. For more information, visit amtechnologies.com.
AON3D, founded in 2015 by a team of materials engineers, AON3D is a Montreal-based additive manufacturing hardware, software, and material science company.
Our high-temperature, industrial 3D printers drive innovation for hundreds of companies in 25+ countries, ranging from small businesses to multi-national Fortune 500 corporations and government agencies. For information, visit aon3d.com.
ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (AM CoE) is a collaborative partnership among ASTM—and its 38,000 members—and representatives from government, academia, and industry that conducts strategic R&D to advance standards across the entire value stream of additive manufacturing, and is a leading provider of education, training, proficiency testing, certification and advisory services globally, helping organizations accelerate the development and adoption of robust, game-changing technologies. For more information, visit amcoe.org.
B9Creations, as a global provider of digital manufacturing technology, has become the industry leader in production, speed and value. It now stands as the additive manufacturing market leader in high-precision applications such as healthcare, aerospace, prototyping and manufacturing, research and jewelry production. B9Creations serves customers, certified dealers and OEM partners in nearly 70 countries around the globe. In 2021, B9Creations was ranked #319 on Financial Time’s list of the Americas. For more information, visit b9c.com.
BigRep, a global leader in large-format FFF 3D printing, strives to transform its user’s productivity and creativity with easy-to-use additive manufacturing solutions. Helping companies accelerate innovation and rethink manufacturing, BigRep’s German-engineered 3D printers enable engineers, designers and manufacturers from start-ups to fortune 100 companies to iterate fast, produce faster, and get to market fastest. Through collaborations with strategic partners – including BASF, Bosch Rexroth, Etihad Airways, and Deutsche Bahn – BigRep develops complete additive manufacturing solutions comprising of industrial 3D printers, software, and advanced materials. Founded in 2014, BigRep is headquartered in Berlin with technical centers in Boston and Singapore. For more information, visit bigrep.com.
BuildParts by CIDEAS, founded in 1998, is a full-service, Additive Manufacturing (AM) and 3D Printing Center. Utilizing over 30 in-house machines, BuildParts capabilities include: Stereolithography (SLA), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), PolyJet (Full color), DLP, DLS, Urethane Casting and Part Finishing. ITAR registered and secure Online Quoting, BuildParts typically ships projects within 2 to 4 days of receiving an order. For more information, visit buildparts.com.
CoreTechnologie is the leading provider of 3D Computer-Aided Design (CAD) translation software known as 3D_Evolution® conversion engine for repair, simplification – reduction of 3D CAD files, analysis, with batch process; 4D_Additive a pre-processing software for checking quality, positioning, nesting, texturing, and slicing; 3D_Partfinder with DMU, filter criteria, metadata, features and ability to check geometry; 3D_Analyzer® a CAD viewer with analysis tools; and 3D_Kernel_IO® a CAD interoperability Software Development Kit. The company’s mission is to optimize CADif interoperability in the value-added design chain and to customize scripts for PLM integration and process automation. For more information, visit coretechnologie.com.
DEVELOP3D is a print and digital resource which tracks the essential technologies used throughout the entire product development process. With a globally respected editorial team with unparalleled industry experience, DEVELOP3D analyses and disseminates emerging technologies whilst engaging engineers and designers and assisting them in their increasingly complex software and hardware selection process. For information, visit www.develop3d.com.
Digital Engineering is on the front lines of the revolution where the pace of innovation is set by design engineers using revolutionary technologies to improve how they design, simulate, prototype and test. Via an online magazine, four e-newsletters, social media and our website www.digitalengineering247.com, we deliver need-to-know information on the combination of high-performance computing and simulation-based modeling that is driving up-front design, new rapid prototyping and testing technologies that are improving the bottom line, and the engineering services our audience needs to thrive.
Dinsmore is one of the original, independently owned and operated additive offerings companies located on the West Coast with offices in Orange County, Los Angeles, Denver and more. We have an amazing staff with a combined 100+years of experience and 3 “AMUG DINO’s” in the building. Offer: SLA, SLS, FDM, FFF, POLYJET, MJF, DLS, DLP, and more. We do not sell machines, materials, service contracts, or software; we sell parts. We sell parts that Dinsmore makes with our staff and our machines at our facilities. Not thru a partner network, not abroad or overseas but at Dinsmore. We educate first and build second! For information, visit dinsmoreinc.com.
Element is a leading global provider of Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC) services for the Aerospace, Connected Technology, Energy, Life Sciences, and Transportation, Industrials and Environmental end markets, where failure in service is not an option. Element’s scientists, engineers and technologists support early R&D, through complex regulatory approvals and into production, ensuring that customers’ products, materials, processes and services are safe, compliant and fit for purpose. For more information, visit element.com.
EWI empowers industry leaders to overcome complex manufacturing challenges and integrate new processes to bring products to market more quickly and efficiently. We provide comprehensive engineering services to help companies identify, develop, and implement the best options for their specific applications. With unmatched expertise, state-of-the-art lab facilities, and technology resources, we offer customized solutions that deliver game-changing results. For more information, visit ewi.org
GKN Forecast 3D is a digital manufacturer of advanced plastic and metal AM parts, backed by GKN Powder Metallurgy’s 260+ years of engineering and production expertise. Equipped with one of the world’s largest global networks of industrial 3D printers and innovative digital solutions for aerospace, automotive, industrial, healthcare, defense, electronics, consumer products, and more, GKN Forecast 3D supports projects from 1 part to more than 1 million. Leading in prototyping to production with international manufacturing, advanced technologies, and raw materials, GKN Forecast 3D gets your product to market faster. For more information, visit forecast3d.com.
Global Advanced Metals (GAM) is the world’s leading, vertically integrated and conflict-free provider of tantalum metallurgical products and tantalum powder for high performance capacitors. GAM offers a wide variety of tantalum and niobium products for Additive Manufacturing (AM) applications. GAM produces feed materials for both 3D printing with metal powder and cold spray in spherical powder, angular powder, Nano powder and wire forms. The powders produced by GAM can be used in all printing machines. For more information, visit globaladvancedmetals.com.
GoProto delivers turnkey plastic and metal part manufacturing solutions including industrial design model making, rapid prototyping, additive manufacturing, cast urethane, CNC machining, rapid sheet metal, rapid injection tooling, production parts (injection molding, stamping, die-casting, and sheet metal), and part finishing to complete your product.
Together we’ll navigate the sea of design, lead time and budgetary variables and make your decision process a snap. But how do we do it? The answer is fairly simple – we actually care. We excel in old-fashioned superior customer service and our team of passionate industry experts is here to guide you every step of the way. For more information, visit goproto.com.
IFSC is an industry leader in equipment and Non-Bank Financing for over 40 years. Whether it’s automating your manufacturing line or upgrading company computers, IFSC’s Equipment Financing programs make it possible for you to continue to go and grow on any budget. If your company needs an equipment lease to avoid technology obsolescence or to meet GAAP requirements, IFSC’s Equipment Leasing programs will exceed the needs of your business. From startups to turnarounds, IFSC offers a wide range of financing opportunities for your new or established business. We look beyond credit and focus instead on the health of your business. For more information visit ifsc.com.
Inkbit is an additive manufacturing company that was developed for mass production of end-use polymer parts. Our Vision-Controlled Jetting (VCJ) technology allows users to print parts with fine resolution features at high volume, using materials with robust mechanical properties that remain durable through extended service lives. VCJ further enables the use of low-cost wax support material that is easily removed from complex geometries with minimal labor to produce cost-effective results. This combination of high throughput, low labor support material, and production grade materials makes our Inkbit Vista an excellent choice for true volume production of additively manufactured parts. For more information visit inkbit3d.com.
INTAMSYS provides industrial-grade 3D printers solutions, including 3D printers, software, filaments. We are dedicated in printing thermoplastic materials, like PEEK, ULTEM, Carbon filled reinforced material, PA12, PPSU, and others. INTAMSYS’s 3D printer comes with a print volume of up to 610x508x508mm (24x20x20in), allowing users to print large parts or multiple smaller parts for low volume production runs. For more information visit intamsys.com.
Kimya, embedding Additive into Manufacturing. A solution for manufacturers who wish to integrate additive manufacturing into their production processes for finished parts, tooling or quick prototyping. Kimya supports you in your R&D projects about materials for additive manufacturing. For more information visit kimya.fr/en/.
MakePartsFast is part of the Design World Digital Network. It provides design engineers and product designers with a balanced editorial approach addressing key issues, best practices, and material selection when exploring additive, subtractive, reverse engineering, rapid injection molding, CNC prototyping, custom or hybrid parts, prototypes, and finished parts.
MakePartsFast provides news and educational articles on 3D printing and innovations in digital manufacturing and rapid prototyping via online tools, videos, podcasts, webinars, print and social media to reach engineering and manufacturing professionals. For more information, visit makepartsfast.com.
Medical Device Developments. The medical device and diagnostic industry are currently valued at over $350 billion. Technological advances in medical device and diagnostics design are driven by an increasingly demanding market and legislative requirements. A growing patient population and a worldwide governmental drive towards preventive therapies are also fueling the development of innovative devices.
Medical Device Developments and its daily updated site www.nsmedicaldevices.com is published in response to the increasing information needs of the major global medical device manufacturers/OEMs. The publication, which is published biannually, will incorporate authoritative reviews of current trends and emerging technologies, and provide the industry’s decision-makers with clear, concise and unbiased technical articles and case histories on cutting-edge developments, products and applications, drawing on the expertise of leading engineers and designers from around the globe. For more information, visit nsmedicaldevices.com.
Metal AM is the leading international media platform for commercial and technical developments in the metal AM process. It is focused on the industrialization of metal AM technologies, from design and manufacturing to end-use applications. Combining a content-rich magazine, available in both print and digital formats, website, e-newsletter and rapidly expanding social media presence. Metal AM reaches a wide and ever-growing global audience. For more information, visit metal-am.com.
Midwest Prototyping has joined forces with Prototek to become a single destination for complex prototyping and low-volume manufacturing needs of customers. The combined company will provide a full suite of sheet metal, CNC, and additive manufacturing capabilities with more than 140 machines.
Prototek is a leading national rapid prototyping provider of precision machined and sheet metal fabricated parts and components for various end markets.
Midwest Prototyping offers a diversified array of 3D printing technologies for prototyping and manufacturing applications, enabling complete digital manufacturing solutions. For more information, visit midwestproto.com.
North Star Imaging manufactures turn-key industrial 2D & 3D Digital Radiography & Computed Tomography X-ray equipment which is used for R&D, Failure Analysis, Quality Control, Internal Measurements, High-Speed 3D Scanning, 3D Metrology & more. X-ray scanning allows users to inspect the external & internal structures of a part without destroying it.
NSI also offers as-needed X-ray Inspection Services at 5 global sites in Minnesota, California, Massachusetts, UK, and China and, 24/7 Technical Service and Basic & Advanced NDT classroom and online trainings all year round. For more information, visit 4nsi.com.
Omni3D is the first Polish manufacturer of industrial 3D printers
in FFF technology. We operate in Poland and abroad, offering industrial
3D printing systems and 3D printing on demand. For more information, visit omni3d.com.
Paxis created the WAV™ (Wave Applied Voxel) process with the requirements of the commercial manufacturer in mind in an effort to solve trapped volume issues within current liquid resin-based technologies. The success in solving one problem opened the doors to solving many, which include: Scalability in size and speed, significant reduction in post processing requirement, multiple material production, exotic material management, lower cost of operation, the elimination and need for a large vat during large-part production, as well as the ability for embedded components and many more. For more information on the WAV™ additive manufacturing process and technology, visit paxis.com.
Praxair Surface Technologies, Inc. offers a complete line of metal powders for Additive Manufacturing. We are a global leader and resource for fine and spherical, gas-atomized aerospace-grade, Cobalt, Copper, Iron, Nickel, and Titanium powders. Offering one of the world’s most advanced powder manufacturing facilities, we are a leader in vacuum induction melt argon gas atomization (VIM-AGA) technology. Contact us today to learn more about our customized innovative powder solutions. For more information, visit praxairsurfacetechnologies.com/am.
Raise3D designs and manufactures innovative and top performing 3D printers specializing in 3D printing solutions for corporate users. Raise3D products include: the FFF 3D printers Pro2series, Pro3 Series,E2, E2CF and N2 Series,each with single and dual extrusion versions; as well software such as the ideaMaker slicer and RaiseCloud print management software. For more information, visit raise3d.com.
RePliForm has been a pioneer in electroplating 3D Printed plastics as well as other non-conductive materials. We pride ourselves in learning how to adapt electroplating processes to a variety of materials and complex geometries. We live in the dynamic environment of additive manufacturing with the end goal to create a composite part able to expand the envelope of what is possible with a 3D Printed Plastic. For more information, visit repliforminc.com.
Sciaky, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries, launched its groundbreaking Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) process in 2009 with the objective to save manufacturers time and money on the production of large, high-value metal parts and prototypes. We remain dedicated to perfecting the art and science of printing large metal parts (up to an industry-leading 19′ in length). We are also committed to offering the widest range of metal additive manufacturing solutions in the market. From high profile R&D projects to innovative systems and services, Sciaky will continue to push the boundaries of additive manufacturing technology into the future. For more information, visit sciaky.com.
SLM Solutions is an integrated solutions provider and metal additive manufacturing partner. The company takes a vested interest in customers’ long-term success with metal additive manufacturing, and its robust Selective Laser Melting machines optimize fast, reliable, and cost-efficient part production. SLM Solutions’ experts work with customers at each stage of the process to provide support that elevates the use of the technology and ensures their return on investment is maximized. A publicly-traded company, SLM Solutions Group AG is headquartered in Germany, with offices in Canada, China, France, India, Italy, Russia, Singapore, and the United States. For more information, visit slm-solutions.com.
The TCT Group has been a leading authority in additive manufacturing, 3D printing, design and engineering technology for 30 years. A rich mix of live events and all-encompassing media portfolio enables TCT to deliver business critical intelligence, connecting the additive community across Europe, North America and Asia.
By focusing on cutting edge applications, expert analysis and commentary, TCT helps designers, engineers and buyers evaluate, adopt and optimize their additive requirements.
The TCT Group is focused on developing a 360-degree understanding of the potential of AM and 3D printing technology to increase utilization at all stages of design, engineering and manufacturing. For more information, visit thetctgroup.com.
Ultimaker, established in 2011, is on a mission to accelerate the world’s transformation to flexible, empowering and sustainable solutions. 380 employees collaborate globally to deliver a platform that enables customers to take full advantage of the unique Ultimaker Ecosystem that offers the largest diversity of 3D printing products and services in the industry. Ultimaker provides a seamless integration of hardware, software and materials that simply works.For more information, visit ultimaker.com.
The University of Dayton Research Institute is a national leader in scientific and engineering research and technology transition. Our professional researchers and engineers provide support in a variety of technical areas, ensuring customer success by delivering affordable, innovative solutions, leading edge technologies and outstanding service. With many years of experience in additive manufacturing, UDRI is a leader in building the foundation and transitioning AM for effective production level use. UDRI leverages the expertise of UD faculty and students, along with its partners in academia, government and industry, to address unique technical challenges helping the University fulfill its commitment to education, research and public service. For more information, visit udayton.edu/udri/.
Visitech provides high-end photo head subsystems that enable your business to build state-of-the-art imaging solutions for additive manufacturing, bio-printing, and direct imaging maskless lithography. We developed our systems for machine builders to incorporate into next-generation 3D printers, enabling high volume yield and excellent precision.
Powered by the industry’s most extensive DLP experience, Visitech’s LUXBEAM® Rapid System (LRS) provides multiple configuration options to suit advanced needs. Our powerful UV or IR engines support stacking and scrolling configurations, permitting innovative development of high detail, high throughput mass production AM machines. Proven reliability and superior lifetime mean low cost of machine ownership – with Visitech inside. For more information, visit visitech.no.
3D Control Systems is an end-to-end, fully automated software solution provider driving operational efficiencies for customers.
- 3DPrinterOS – Connecting desktop printers in Education, Enterprise Makerspaces, and 3D OEMs Operating Systems.
- ZAP.am – Purpose-built, digital industrial, software platform integrating advanced manufacturing (3D Printers, Robotics, CNC) software and hardware.
For more information, visit 3dcontrolsystems.com.
Cubicure pioneers solutions for polymer additive manufacturing. With roots in academia and the ambition to help shape the digital future of manufacturing, this European company has been setting the course for agile production since 2015.
Cubicure develops, produces and distributes innovative materials, equipment, and processes for industrial 3D printing. Their patented Hot Lithography technology enables the unprecedented generative manufacturing of resilient precision components. With the recent launch of their production plant Cerion, Cubicure has now entered the field of industrial-scale series production. For more information visit: cubicure.com.
GEFERTEC offers complete manufacturing systems for metal 3D printing in the Wire-Arc-Additive-Manufacturing (WAAM) process. Therefore, the traditional gas metal arc welding is combined with special process expertise for the additive manufacturing of components, a robust machine system, integrative CAM software and process-related quality assurance. The robust process, high build rates and ease of handling wire as a feedstock make the process interesting for manufacturing medium to large components. For more information visit gefertec.de/en/.
At Hoosier Pattern, we believe that innovation drives productivity. We have always relied on these practices to deliver on-time and premium-quality products to our customers throughout the United States and the world. We understand that industries are evolving and staying up-to-date with the latest technological advancements is an essential part of our success. Our team is here to support you using both traditional and Additive Manufacturing processes to have your castings produced. For more information visit hoosierpattern.com.
Pivot AM Auctions is an auction site dedicated to the buying and selling of industrial and professional 3D Printing/Rapid Prototyping/Additive Manufacturing equipment. What makes us different from other equipment sites is that we grew up in this industry and know each technology and where it performs best. We know many of the OEMs and can aid in a smooth transition from one owner to the other through proper communication, logistics, de-install, and re-install. We properly list each machine with accurate data that pertains to its application. For more information, visit pivotamauctions.com.
AlphaSTAR—headquartered in Irvine, California—is an engineering software company that provides innovative physics-based simulation technologies. As a simulation solution provider, our tools are used to address real-life scenarios in the aerospace, automotive, defense, energy and discrete manufacturing industries, worldwide. Over 30+ years of developing cutting edge tools, has given us the ability to lend a hand to companies by improving product quality, reducing manufacturing cost and accelerating time to market. AlphaSTAR is the recipient of esteemed industry and technology awards for R&D and software development and is a proud women-owned business. For more information visit alphastarcorp.com.
Elementum 3D is an advanced metal additive manufacturing (AM) materials and print process development company. We specialize in suppling high-performance metal alloys and composites for 3D printing, including aluminum, copper, nickel, steel, MMCs, and customized high-performance materials. Our mission is to expand the availability of metal materials, so all professionals and industries interested in capitalizing on the innovative design freedom of AM. For more information visit elementum3d.com.
Fillamentum is a fast-growing innovative company and number one in production of high-tech 3D printing filaments, worldwide. Fillamentum is brand, that distributes its products in more than 62 countries. This fact made Fillamentum The Best Global Exporter in Export prize DHL Unicredit in 2018. Fillamentum has its own R&D department, it is a part of Plastic cluster and proudly cooperates with universities and well-known chemical companies. In March 2021, Fillamentum introduced the new NonOilen – a fully biodegradable filament for 3D printing. In the same year the company won The Material Company of the Year category in the 3D Printing Industry Awards 2021. For more information visit fillamentum.com.
Lithoz is the world market and technology leader in 3D printers and materials for manufacturing high-performance ceramics. Parts produced with Lithoz CeraFab printers meet the highest industry requirements for density, strength, and precision needed in medical, aerospace, defense, chemical, and electronics applications. Along with the popular CeraFab S65 system, the Lithoz family includes an entry-level Lab printer, as well as specialty systems for ultra-fine resolution or multi-material printing. Lithoz offers a wide variety of ceramic materials including alumina, zirconia, silicon nitride, and silica-based materials, and the Lithoz open material platform allows customers to develop and print their own resin/powder slurries. For more information visit lithoz.com.
Rapid Prototyping Services, founded in 2004, provides quick turn 3D printed mechanical prototypes using ABS, ABS-ESD7, ASA, Polycarbonate, PC/ABS, Nylon-12, Nylon-12CF, ULTEM 9085/1010, and Polyphenylsulfone. Having 7 large bed machines, we can produce parts as large as 36*24*36 inches. Since 2004 we’ve offered advanced product development services including 3D cad modeling, prototyping, production, appearance models, tooling and fixtures. RPS is a woman owned, small business, with an ITAR Certification. For more information, visit www.rapidps.com.
voxeljet industrial 3D printing and manufacturing company is a global innovator and technology driver for advanced 3D printing systems and solutions in production environments. Equipped with state-of-the-art binder-jet components and seamlessly integrated into partially or fully automated production environments, our 3D production systems are sustainably shifting the economic parameters and possible applications of additive manufacturing in the industry. We have unique advantages across the entire process chain due to our processes being highly efficient and capable of scales that are unparalleled worldwide. For more information, visit voxeljet.com.