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nScrypt, Inc. manufactures micro-dispensing and 3D Printing systems. We have extensive experience in dispensing applications with a wide range of materials. nScrypt's Headquarters is based in Orlando, Florida.
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Neotech AMT GmbH is one of the leading companies developing systems for 3D Printed Electronics (3D PE). The company began developing this novel technology in 2006 and installed the worlds first 5 axis 3D PE system in 2010. This system expertly combines hard- and software elements into a unique solution capable of production complex circuitry on almost any 3D surface. Rapid advances have lead the first commercial installation for mass production for printed 3D antenna. This high-throughput system is capable of printing millions of parts per year. Demand for this solution is being driven by the cost reduction potential coupled with technical and environmental benefits compared with current production process. Additional applications are being progressed in for Automotive and Industrial markets. Neotech offers customers the following services and products:R&D and RP 5-Axis Printing Systems, Mass Production 5-Axis Printing Systems Training & Support Services Contract Research & Development
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Cartesian Co. was founded in 2013 by Ariel, Isabella and John. Back then we were making PCBs by hand and just couldn’t believe that personal fabrication had come so far but we were still making circuits the same way our parents did. So we set out to make these processes faster and easier… but quickly realised that if a better solution existed we would already be using it. So we started experimenting with completely new ways to make circuits and came up with the process the Argentum uses.Although we all do a bit of everything we all have a core role in the company. In addition to being our chief visionary, Ariel is in charge of the printers electronics. John is responsible for the mechanical aspects of the printer, and Bella is head of software development as well as finances.We couldn’t be where we are today without the support of our loyal Kickstarter backers and customers: if you guys keep building and tinkering, we’ll keep designing amazing tools for you to use.
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Beta Layout
Beta LAYOUT was established as a PCB Layout service provider in 1989.In 1994, Arne Hofmann had the brilliant idea of populating one panel with many different PCB orders - so that the tooling costs of this panel could be shared between the various PCB designers. This gave rise to a huge reduction in the costs normally associated with prototype manufacturing.More than two decades later, with over 150 employees and over 36.000 customers, this idea has been so successful that the Beta Group is now one of the largest PCB suppliers in Europe.Beta LAYOUT customers range from small one-man companies and electronics hobbyists to the research & development departments of some of the largest and most recognizable companies in the world. Today, Beta LAYOUT not only delivers PCB proto­types and small series but also laser-cut SMD stencils, Front Panels and SMD soldering solutions and offers a wide range of other services from its bases in Germany, Ireland and USA.
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Founded in 2012 and based in Tel Aviv, Israel, Nano Dimension is creating the first professional quality 3D multi-layer PCB printer, using a combination of inkjet printing and nano-ink technologies.
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Voxel8's core technology is based on over a decade of research from Harvard Professor Jennifer A. Lewis and her team at Harvard University (formerly at the University of Illinois). The Lewis Lab has demonstrated several revolutionary advances in multi-material 3D printing, including conductive inks for printed electronics,  lightweight composites, lithium ion micro-batteries, and embedded sensors in stretchable matrices.  Their work was highlighted as one of the "top 10 breakthrough technologies" by the MIT Technology Review in 2014.  Voxel8 was co-founded by two former Lewis Lab PhD students, Michael Bell and Travis Busbee.
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Optomec is breaking new ground in the world of additive manufacturing with its unique 3D printing technology. Since its first system introduction in 1997, it has implemented hundreds of innovative designs and products in areas such as electronics,energy, life sciences and aerospace/defense manufacturing.With a strong track history of success and more than $30 million in product development investment, it as worked with leading industrial companies and research organizations across a wide range of 3D printing implementations, including to help reduce the size and cost of electronic devices, improve the efficiency for the generation of alternative sources of energy, extend the life of high value aerospace components, and produce wear-resistant medical devices.Our customer base includes the top names in industry that are on the leading edge of manufacturing innovations. These include industrial, research and government organizations such as General Electric, United Technologies, Boeing, Xerox, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), multiple Fraunhofer Institutes (IFAM, IKTS, ENAS, IWS, ISE), CEA LETI, IMEC, PeTeC, Sirris, NASA, Sandia National Laboratories, as well as the US Air Force, US Army and US Navy. In addition, Optomec works with a global academic community including Ohio State University, Washington University, Penn State University, SUNY, University of New South Wales (Australia), POSTECH (Korea), NCTU (Taiwan), Sinano (China), Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers (France), and many more that are developing a new wave of engineers and scientists skilled in clean tech Optomec Additive Manufacturing technology.Optomec provides unique advantages over traditional manufacturing approaches and brings a specific focus on key application areas to the emerging world of 3D printing. Our systems provide production grade/production scale 3D printing of fully functional end-use devices in specific areas such as printed electronics and metals. Our printers’ innovative technologies support a range of materials, and are able implement feature sizes never before possible. With Optomec, the promise of high volume additive manufacturing is a reality today, transforming how companies design, build and maintain critical parts and products.Optomec 3D printing solutions are designed to co-exist within current manufacturing processes, delivering value while leveraging existing capital assets. Our patented LENS and Aerosol Jet technologies deliver the benefits of 3D printing with new levels of efficiency and performance. For applications requiring high-volume, reliable use of structural and conductive metals and other materials for production and repair of functional products for high growth segments such as:
  • Military/aerospace parts development and repair
  • Embedded electronics in consumer products
  • Semiconductor and PCB packaging
  • Emerging applications in bio, health sciences and energy

Evolutionary for a seamless transition to the world of 3D printing

 Optomec printers provide an evolutionary pathway to the benefits of additive manufacturing, with a flexible open architecture that allows seamless integration with existing production environments and manufacturing methodologies. Its modular Print Engine technology comes in a variety of configurations that can be quickly optimized for any requirement – substrate size, material, production volume, etc. Optomec printers use standard third-party materials that can be directly purchased from multiple suppliers reducing cost, single source dependency and capacity risks.  And the systems’ intuitive software easily integrates with commercial and proprietary systems being used by customers.
 
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"Building electronics has always been a compromise between cost, flexibility and time. BotFactory was created to provide all three, anywhere and to everyone.Our first product, Squink, is a personal electronic circuit factory. Create circuit boards in minutes, from home, at the cost of a cup of coffee - it prints conductive ink AND assembles your circuit.Squink is another way to look at circuit prototyping. Unleash your creativity, test your ideas on the spot, improve them quickly, and use a range of materials to make your circuits, all while an intuitive software walks you through the different steps."
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CERADROP designs and markets Materials Deposition Digital Printers exclusively for Printed Electronics Industry and Smart 3D Printing. Thanks to its modular-based scalable concept, CeraPrinter Series models present new opportunities for feasibility study and launch of new products into the Printed Electronics market. Combining several materials deposition technologies as well as the latest generation of curing modules, this equipment line permits to reach a wide range of application fields such as: membrane switch, antennas, sensors, passive components, interconnection, flexible solar cells (OPV), OLED Displays and others.
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