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ADDiTEC specializes in solving problems and creating opportunities using metal additive manufacturing (AM). The company developed ground-up multi-laser DED technology used by Meltio today, which has the unique capability of utilizing both metal wire and powder material feedstock. ADDiTEC engineers turnkey metal AM robotic systems tailored to customer requirements as well as offering compact low-cost metal 3D printing systems such as the Meltio M450.
The company has highly experienced Research & Development (R&D) capabilities and offers R&D services as well as training and application development support to its customers. For more information, visit additec.net.
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.
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 more information, visit infinam.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.
GoEngineer has been at the forefront of technical innovation for over 35 years helping engineering, manufacturing, and product design companies stay competitive. Our solutions portfolio contains industry-leading products from SOLIDWORKS, Stratasys, 3DEXPERIENCE, CAMWorks, Velo3D, Creaform, DraftSight, Artec 3D, DriveWorks, Xact Metal, PostProcess Technologies, DyeMansion, Onulis, Oqton, Materialise, and Oryx. Customers have access to thousands of training resources, on-demand support, customer portal access, mentoring sessions, and a unique interactive community for engagement and camaraderie with other engineers. For more information, visit goengineer.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.
We are a team of passionate additive manufacturing practitioners that are committed to digitizing the world’s supply chain sustainably. Nexa3D produces ultrafast polymer additive manufacturing equipment based on SLS and proprietary LSPc 3D printing technologies. For more information, visit nexa3d.com.
For over 30 years, Stratasys has been a defining force in 3D printing and additive manufacturing. 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’s powder division manufactures spherical metallic powders for additive manufacturing applications (mainly L-PBF, EB, and DED). Among other materials, Tekna produces spheres of Ti64, AlSiMg and Ni superalloys. These spheres are wire atomized using Tekna RF-plasma proprietary process. These powders are known for their superior flowability, high density, and purity.
Tekna’s system division manufactures optimized and scalable R&D plasma systems for rapid material development used in powder metallurgy applications. For more information, visit tekna.com
Würth Additive Group—Industrial 3D printing offers a lean, efficient way to simplify supply chains, shorten development times and increase adaptability to customer needs. Our goal is to be a trusted partner in this process. Today, we develop additive manufacturing programs in collaboration with the world’s leading manufacturers. Areas of activity include furniture, toy and automotive manufacturing, aerospace, and medical research, and production – a testament to the diversity of use cases we work on thanks to the trust of our customers.
As we learn and grow, we always keep an eye out for technological and operational developments that stand the test of time. For more information, visit wurthadditive.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.
Founded in 2012, Additive Industries is the world’s first industrial metal additive manufacturing (AM) systems developer. Our mission is to design and construct metal AM systems that can produce parts to outclass castings and machining for specific applications in terms of cost, quality, lead time, complexity, and functionality. For more information, visit additiveindustries.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 AddUp group also offers application development, 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.
A world leader in high performance polymers, Arkema offers its customers the most extensive range of materials dedicated to 3D printing. Led by flagship brands such as N3xtDimension® resins, Rilsan® bio-based polyamides, Kynar® fluoropolymers, and Kepstan® PEKK resins, Arkema’s 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, transparency, color and durability. For more information, visit arkema.com.
Axtra3D introduces their new Hybrid PhotoSynthesis light engine and TruLayer Technology to 3D printing with innovative products that are revolutionizing Additive Manufacturing. Outperforming SLA, DLP & LCD in speed, resolution, print area and surface quality, Axtra3D’s Lumia X1 3D Printer delivers a whole new 3D Printing experience with reliable, first print success, scalable, high speed, fine resolution printing— Next Generation Vat Polymerization! For more information, visit axtra3d.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.
Desktop Metal is accelerating the transformation of manufacturing with end-to-end metal 3D printing solutions. Founded in 2015 by leaders in advanced manufacturing, metallurgy, and robotics, the company is addressing the unmet challenges of speed, cost, and quality to make metal 3D printing an essential tool for engineers and manufacturers around the world.
The company has raised $277 million in financing with a portfolio of strategic investors, including Ford Motor Company, GV, GE Ventures and BMW iVentures. Desktop Metal was selected as one of the world’s 30 most promising Technology Pioneers by World Economic Forum and named to MIT Technology Review’s list of 50 Smartest Companies. For more information, visit desktopmetal.com.
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.
DSI is a digital manufacturing consultancy with offices in the USA and Canada, DSI partners with manufacturing businesses to deliver best-in-class software, software and process automation, service, and support.
DSI supports and sells Autodesk’s complete end-to-end AM solutions from design & design exploration, build preparation, additive process simulation, adaptive AM post-process machining solutions, and final part inspection. DSI specializes in Netfabb, Fusion 360, Moldflow, and other Digital Manufacturing Solutions. For more information, visit dsi-mfg.com.
Essentium is leading the way with next-generation additive manufacturing solutions that challenge the status quo, empower customers, and fuel the future of 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.
Farsoon Technologies is a global manufacturer and supplier of industrial-level polymer and metal laser sintering systems. Founded with core commitment to creating “Open for Industry” high-value-proposition systems, Farsoon gives users the freedom to innovate and expand the envelope of 3D printing.
Farsoon Americas was founded in the vibrant Austin, Texas area, to better service the North American market. Here at Farsoon Americas, we have built a local team of Additive Manufacturing experts focused on application, service, and sales support; with a focus on customer-centric development and technical support infrastructure. For more information visit us at farsoon-gl.com.
Hexagon is a global leader in digital reality solutions, combining sensor, software and autonomous technologies. We are putting data to work to boost efficiency, productivity, quality and safety across industrial, manufacturing, infrastructure, public sector, and mobility applications. Our technologies are shaping production and people-related ecosystems to become increasingly connected and autonomous – ensuring a scalable, sustainable future.
Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division provides solutions that use data from design and engineering, production and metrology to make manufacturing smarter. For more information, visit hexagon.com.
Jabil Additive is a flexible, high-velocity partner that meets specialized materials requirements, helping customers improve how they design, make and deliver products. From ideation to industrialization, we enable design freedom, accelerated time-to-market and ensure compliance to industry certifications.
Our Minnesota-based Innovation Center is at the forefront of the industry, formulating and producing high-quality materials. Jabil Additive is improving existing polymers and creating new ones. Our chemists, material scientists and additive manufacturing experts are developing filaments, powders, pellets and custom materials featuring unique and enhanced properties. For more information, visit jabil.com.
Massivit 3D Printing Technologies Ltd. www.massivit3D.com (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 CO-AM Software Platform, Materialise provides the most secure 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.
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.
Rapidia is a Canadian manufacturer of metal 3D printing systems. The company was formed in 2015 and spent the last 5 years developing an advanced, entry-level metal 3D printing system.
Rapidia was the first company to use a simple 2-step process (print and sinter), the competition taking years to catch up. They are the first company to use a water-based chemical free process offering many environmental and metallurgical advantages. It was the first company to use a novel vacuum furnace design using innovative materials, allowing rapid sintering capabilities in a low-cost furnace. At this stage the product is in production. For more information, visit rapidia.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 Additive Manufacturing has a world-leading position in metal powder and additive manufacturing. We leverage 160 years of materials expertise to develop and optimize the widest range of alloys on the market, for advanced near-net-shape and green manufacturing technologies such as additive manufacturing and metal injection molding. With leading expertise along the additive value chain, our “Plan it – Print it – Perfect it” process enables us to accelerate the industrialization of additive manufacturing. Having gas atomized Osprey® metal powders for half a century, our portfolio includes materials like copper, titanium, and super-duplex steels. Manufactured in-house, we tailor our alloys to fit your every need. 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.
At Xact Metal, we’re taking the essential specs for metal powder-bed fusion and combining them with breakthrough technology to establish a new level of price and performance for additive manufacturing.
Our products include the XM200C which makes quality metal powder-bed fusion available for universities, labs and small-to-medium businesses who need prototyping, tooling capabilities, or low volume casting alternatives; and the XM200S which is ideal for printing of small parts where high-performance metal powder-bed fusion applications and print speed are critical.
We’re dedicated to supporting the next generation of innovative manufacturing solutions powered by metal 3D printing. For more information, visit xactmetal.com.
1000 Kelvin solves additive manufacturing toughest challenges with artificial intelligence solutions.
Founded by additive manufacturing and AI experts, 1000 Kelvin enables aerospace, medical, and industrial manufacturing companies to print metal parts ‘first-time-right’, reducing printing time and costs and improving quality and yield.
We believe that software and AI are the the digital drivers of a simple and extensively adopted additive manufacturing. Introducing our product AMAIZE.
AMAIZE is an AI-powered software that makes 3D printing of complex parts without defects, ready to be qualified and cost effectively. By harnessing the power of AI, AMAIZE eliminates AM’s high-scrap at its source. Before printing and entirely digitally. For more information, visit 1000kelvin.com.
3D ADEPT Media is a global media company that tracks and analyses the latest trends in the additive manufacturing industry and in all vertical industries adopting AM technologies. As a source for high-quality, accurate, and timely additive manufacturing insights, we pride ourselves on delivering up-to-date information you can rely on through various digital and print resources. Those resources include but are not limited to our Additive Talks series, our online media, our International Catalogue of AM Solutions, our print & interactive digital magazine 3D ADEPT Mag.
The Print version of 3D ADEPT Mag is distributed at home and/or offices to our subscribers and in all events where 3D ADEPT Media is a media partner. Attendees to AMUG 2023 have the opportunity to get a FREE digital/print subscription of 3D ADEPT Mag. For more information, visit 3dadept.com/en/.
Launched in 2012, 3D Printing Industry 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.
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Reduce your time-to-market, accelerate your product development, and advance your manufacturing with true industrial grade Additive Manufacturing technology. Industrial Grade 3D Printers, Advanced Materials, Connected Software, and Proven Reliability are within your reach. For more information, visit 3dgence.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/.
3dpbm is an intelligence platform providing media, insights, analysis and marketing services to the additive manufacturing industry.
Our mission is to track industry developments, decipher key trends and report on the insights that matter. Since 2012, we have built one of the largest databases of AM companies and industry market data. We now conduct extensive studies on both the core AM industry and key AM-adopting segments.
Our international editorial team supplies a constant flow of AM-related news, original content and market insights. We publish the 3D Printing Media Network website for daily industry coverage and our vertical-specific, monthly, AM Focus eBook series.
For more information, visit 3dpbm.com.
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.
3Druck.com is the most successful web magazine about additive manufacturing in the German-speaking area. Since 2010, the magazine has provided comprehensive information and news on all aspects of 3D printing, from technology and materials to applications and industries. It targets both professionals and hobbyists. Its English-language sister magazine 3Printr.com has become a leading source of information for 3D printing in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Both magazines have a vast network of industry experts and reports on current developments and trends. A particular highlight of the magazine is the job centre, the newsletters and the 3D printing calendar. For more information, visit 3druck.com.
3YOURMIND’s connected on-demand manufacturing platform helps businesses and enterprises evaluate their part inventory for additive manufacturing use cases. The platform’s end-to-end approach creates a digital thread from part identification to production, capturing critical data to improve part quality, traceability, and certification efforts. With 3YOURMIND, businesses can create digital part catalogs with prototypes, new parts, and AM-converted spare parts to order, schedule, and print parts when and where they’re needed. For information, visit 3yourmind.com.
6K Additive produces premium metal powders for additive manufacturing made from sustainable sources. Our revolutionary manufacturing process is significantly more environmentally friendly and allows us to produce powders that are truly spherical, void of porosity and satellites with better flowability than competing technologies. We are currently producing refractory materials along with nickel, titanium, copper, stainless steel to name a few. We utilize our innovative UniMelt® microwave plasma process, where 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. For information, visit 6kadditive.com.
Additive Assurance provides solutions for quality assurance of components made with additive manufacturing. Specializing in metal powder bed fusion techniques (SLM, DLMS, SLS etc.), our patent pending in-situ analysis method allows for the rapid detection of faults and variation in the AM process, allowing the user to take control of their AM builds For more information, visit additiveassurance.com.
AM Chronicle is a neutral information and content platform for the Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing industry. AM Chronicle provides knowledge sharing and business networking opportunities for the AM industry. We keep our readers updated with the Global AM and 3D printing trends with a special focus on the fast moving India, APAC and Middle East regions.. For more information, visit amchronicle.com.
Formed in 2018, the ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (AM CoE) is a collaborative partnership among ASTM and organizations from industry, government, and academia, that conducts strategic R&D to advance AM standards across the entire value stream of additive manufacturing. The AM CoE is also a leading provider of training, proficiency testing and certification programs.
Through the Wohlers Associates business, the industry-leading market intelligence “Wohlers Report” is published annually, and a broad range of business strategy and technical advisory services are offered to help organizations accelerate the development and adoption of robust, game-changing technologies.. For more information, visit amcoe.org.
Bodycote, the world’s leading provider of heat treatment and specialist thermal processing services, specializes in the treatment of parts and components used in a wide range of industries including aerospace, defense, automotive, medical, oil & gas, and power generation industries. With established, strategically located additive manufacturing (AM) service centers in North America and Europe, Bodycote’s facilities are fully capable to provide a complete post-build processing solution and related quality assurance services – from classical heat treatments (including stress relieving, annealing, solution treating and aging) and specialized hot isostatic pressing (HIP), to the safe removal from baseplate, testing and final inspection for the 3D printed components. For more information, visit bodycote.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.
Core Technologie is a global leader in 3D printing software, CAD converters and 3D software development toolkits. 4D_Additive, our 3D printing pre-processing software for checking quality, positioning, nesting, texturing, and slicing. Core Technologie has unique technical know-how for the rapid implementation of all specific requirements for additive manufacturing and for digital process chains. Other products include CAD translation software known as 3D_Evolution® conversion engine for repair, simplification – reduction of 3D CAD files, analysis, with batch process; 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. For 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 develop3d.com.
The pace of innovation is set by design engineers using revolutionary technologies to improve how they design, simulate, prototype and test. Digital Engineering is on the front lines of the revolution. Via an online magazine, four e-newsletters, social media and our website, 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.
DyeMansion is the global leader in post-processing solutions for industrial polymer 3D-printing that turn 3D-printed raw parts into high-value products. From perfect fit eyewear to personalized car interiors, our technology makes 3D-printed products become a part of our everyday life. Our Print-to-Product workflow combines industry-leading hardware with an endless range of color options. Our systems are applicable for Industry 4.0 and can be integrated seamlessly into various production processes. Reduced cost per part, unmatched quality, and high sustainability are core values that drive each innovation of our fast-growing company. In addition to these principles, finding the right finish for every application is what drives us. For more information, visit dyemansion.com
Dyze Design develops the critical components at the heart of 3D printers. The products offered by the company are mainly hotends, extruders, sensors and other kinds of accessories that control the supply and deposition of the raw material.
The company’s mission is “To empower people to make the tools and things they need, where and when they need them.” Dyze Design meets this mission by developing products that improve the reliability and usability of 3d printers and enable materials to be printed. For more information, visit dyzedesign.com.
Element offers the most comprehensive level of additive manufacturing testing services in the industry, from R&D through complex regulatory approvals and into production. Customers across a wide range of industries rely on our highly accurate data to ensure product safety and integrity throughout the development process. With our deep knowledge of additive material properties and active involvement in industry organizations, we offer first-time-right results. Our services include destructive and non-destructive testing for metals, polymers and composites, including failure analysis, fatigue testing, powder characterization, chemical analysis, tensile testing, impact testing, hardness testing, creep and stress rupture testing, fracture toughness testing, and compression testing. For information, visit element.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.
Evolve, a 3D printing solutions provider, leverages additive manufacturing processes printing with amorphous thermoplastics. Evolve manufacturers the SVP (scaled volume production) platform, a capital equipment production machine printing ultra-high resolution production parts with complex geometries.
Evolve is pioneering agile production technology – 3D printing of production quality end use parts using authentic end use materials .
Evolve’s patented STEP (Selective Thermoplastic Electrophotographic Process) sits alongside traditional manufacturing processes, like injection molding, augmenting an organization’s production capabilities allowing freedom of design and faster time to market with “toolless” production.
Evolve’s connected factory software provides insights into your prodcution operational equipment efficiencies ensuring sustainability. For more information, visit evolveadditive.com
EWI empowers industry leaders to overcome complex manufacturing challenges and integrate new processes to bring products to market more quickly and efficiently. Since 1984, EWI’s comprehensive engineering services have helped companies identify, develop, and implement the best options for their specific applications. Our customers include but are not limited to aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, industrial products, defense, and heavy equipment. Backed by unmatched professional 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
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 offers end-to-end solutions for your product development and production needs: turning your ideas into reality. We specialize in quick-turn, on-demand, custom manufacturing of metal and plastic parts, utilizing 3D printing, CNC machining, sheet metal, cast urethane, injection molding, and various finishing techniques. Working within medical, aerospace, industrial, automotive, and many other industries, we are a rapid manufacturing company with customer service at our core. For more information, visit goproto.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.
Inkbit is an additive manufacturing company located in Medford, MA. Our Inkbit Vista system is designed for mass production of end-use polymer 3D printed parts. We have incorporated a novel Vision-Controlled Jetting (VCJ) technology that delivers high high-resolution capability, enabling users to print parts with dimensional accuracy and precision at high volume. For more information visit inkbit3d.com.
JEOL USA unveils new E-Beam metal AM 3D printer.
A new EB-PBF system from JEOL improves manufacturing time to produce stronger and lighter metal parts. The new JAM-5200EBM highlights:
- Leveraging 70+ years of Electron Optics intellectual property and 55yrs of automated beam control for semiconductor manufacturing
- Cathode life >1,500 hours
- Patented “e-shield” and proprietary scanning strategy to eliminate smoke events
- Focus and astigmatism of the electron beam are automatically corrected according to irradiation position
- Support free structures down to 15˚
- Build capacity 250mm (dia) x 400mm (h)
- JEOL USA’s extensive service network of over 180 field service engineers
For more information visit jeolusa.com.
Kymera International is the market leader in specialty materials, focused on non-ferrous powders, granules, and pastes including aluminum, copper, tin, tantalum, titanium, and their alloys as well as vanadium, niobium, and molybdenum master alloys. Kymera sells its technically developed products into a wide variety of end markets, including aerospace, medical, electronics, chemical, specialty auto, additive manufacturing, industrial applications, etc. By joining together ACuPowder, AmeriTi Manufacturing, CASL Surface Technologies, ECKA Granules, Innobraze, Reading Alloys, SCM Metal Products, and Telex Metals, we have created one resilient entity with manufacturing facilities around the globe. Through our network, we are the partner for specialty material solutions. For more information visit kymerainternational.com.
Part of the Design World Network, Make Parts Fast is an online resource featuring in-depth expert coverage of all the major CAD platforms and key adjacencies in simulation, 3D printing and rapid prototyping. For more information, visit makepartsfast.com.
Medical Device Developments and website www.nsmedicaldevices.com are published in response to the increasing information needs of the major global medical device manufacturers and OEMs. We incorporate authoritative reviews of current trends and emerging technologies, and provide the industry’s decision-makers with clear, concise and unbiased technical articles, 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 industrialisation 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 a significant social media presence. Metal AM reaches a wide and ever-growing global audience. For more information, visit metal-am.com.
Mitsui Kinzoku is one of the major Japanese inorganic material makers, which has over $4B revenue and roughly 12,000 employees all over the world. The business region covers functional engineered materials and electronic materials, nonferrous metal smelting, minerals resource development, precious metal recycling, raw material related businesses, and automotive parts/components, etc.
One of strong business area of Mitsui Kinzoku is copper manufacturing such as powder, foil and smelting. For more information, visit mitsui-kinzoku.com.
North Star Imaging ranks among the most sophisticated global resource for Turn-Key industrial2D & 3D Digital Radiography & Computed Tomography X-ray equipment. NSI also provides X-ray inspection services for R&D, Failure Analysis, Quality Control, Internal Measurements, High-Speed 3D Scanning, 3D Metrology & more. Other services include 24/7 NDT Technical Service and Basic & Advanced NDT classroom and online trainings all year round. NSI is ISO 9001:2015 QMS and ISO 14001:2015 EMS certified and ITAR and NAS Compliant. For more information, visit 4nsi.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.
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.
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.
RePliForm provides electroplating services for plastic parts in the 3D printing industry. Our plating has been used to add strength & stiffness, durability, EMI Shielding, electrical & thermal conductivity, abrasion resistant, and much more! Our mission is to partner with customers to enhance the value of their custom tailored designs through the development of innovative processes to create metal plastic composites with attributes that are superior to the sum of their parts. From Fashion to the Aerospace, RePliForm is ready to take on new challenges to advance the capabilities of the 3D printing industry. For more information, visit repliforminc.com.
Sciaky’s groundbreaking Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing, (EBAM®) technology is the most trusted industrial 3D solution in the world for large-scale metal parts, with approved applications in four dimensions: land, sea, air, and space.
In addition, EBAM is the most widely scalable metal AM solution in the industry (in terms of work envelope), with part production capabilities ranging from 8”-19’ in length. EBAM is also one of the fastest deposition processes in the metal AM market, with deposition rates up to 40lbs of metal per hour. For more information, visit sciaky.com.
SLM Solutions is a global provider of integrated metal additive manufacturing solutions. Leading the industry since its inception, it continues to drive the future of metal AM in every major industry with its customers’ long-term success at its core. SLM Solutions is home to the world’s fastest metal additive manufacturing machines boasting up to 12 lasers and enabling build rates of <1000ccm/h. SLM Solutions is a publicly-traded company headquartered in Germany, with offices in Canada, China, France, India, Italy, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, and the United States. For more information, visit slm-solutions.com.
SME is a nonprofit association of professionals, educators and students committed to promoting and supporting the manufacturing industry. SME helps manufacturers innovate, grow and prosper by promoting manufacturing technology, developing a skilled workforce and connecting the manufacturing industry. SME supports manufacturing based on our core belief: Manufacturing is key to economic growth and prosperity. For more information, visit sme.org.
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 optimise 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 utilisation at all stages of design, engineering and manufacturing. For more information, visit thetctgroup.com.
Tritone Technologies transforms metal Additive Manufacturing to address the demanding standards and needs of industrial production. The company’s innovative technology enables industrial throughput of accurate parts with a range of metal and ceramic materials, suitable for the Automotive, Aerospace, Medical and Consumer Electronics industries. Founded in 2017, Tritone is led by an experienced team of experts with a track record in driving technology and business growth. Backed by private equity firm Fortissimo, Tritone is a global company and is based in Israel. For more information, visit tritoneam.com.
TRUMPF Inc. is a leading manufacturer of laser technology for industrial use in North America. Among its laser portfolio are systems for laser metal fusion and laser metal deposition. This technology takes advantage of TRUMPF’s high-quality laser sources to 3D print metal components for industrial applications. Founded in 1969 in Farmington, CT, the company is the largest subsidiary of the TRUMPF Group. With more than 1,000 employees in region, TRUMPF Inc. serves North American markets. For more information, visit trumpf.com.
Ulendo Technologies, Inc. provides ground-breaking vibration compensation software to the manufacturers of 3D printers. When installed on the controller of a 3D printer (FDM/FFF, DED and some PBF), our software provides improvements of 2X in print speed and 10X in acceleration over the performance of their existing firmware — without sacrificing quality. Ulendo’s technical team works with your engineers to seamlessly integrate our software into your controller, thereby providing to speed and accuracy benefit to your 3D printer users. For more information, visit ulendo.io.
VELO3D provides industry changing capabilities that enable broad adoption of 3D printing for manufacturing. The VELO3D metal additive solution is comprised of the Sapphire production system that works in concert with the Flow print preparation software. Leading manufacturers use VELO3D technology to produce applications previously considered impossible to manufacture. Learn how VELO3D can boost your product performance, radically speed up your development or significantly reduce your product cost. For more information, visit velo3d.com.
Visitech provides high-end subsystems, enabling state-of-the-art machines for additive manufacturing, bio-printing, and direct imaging lithography. Machine builders incorporate our LUXBEAM® Rapid System (LRS) high-power UV or IR engines into next-generation printers, uniting high yield and resolution with a superior lifetime. We’re in the heart of your image – supporting you from our Scandinavian headquarters and global branches. For more information, visit visitech.no.
ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions is a leading manufacturer of multidimensional metrology solutions. These include coordinate measuring machines, optical and multisensor systems, microscopy systems for industrial quality assurance as well as metrology software for the automotive, aircraft, mechanical engineering, plastics and medical technology industries. Innovative technologies such as 3D X-ray metrology for quality inspection round off the portfolio. The company is headquartered in Oberkochen. Production and development sites outside Germany are located in Minneapolis in the USA, Shanghai (China) and Bangalore (India). In the USA, ZEISS Quality Excellence Centers are located in Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Lake Forest and Minneapolis. For more information, visit zeiss.com/metrology.
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.
voxeljet operates a large service center for on-demand production of metal casting molds and models. Our service center in Germany uses more than ten 3D high-performance printers, with a print volume of 320,000 liters per month. We have the know-how, experience and capacity for the rapid and cost-effective production of your prototypes and small series. For more information, visit voxeljet.com.