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continuous composites
Demonstrating a new approach to 3D Printing we have developed a Continuously Scaled Manufacturing solution focused on printing functional, strong, and lightweight materials. In addition, our Patent Pending AMG Technology provides a foundational new positioning system utilizing hollow tubular printing techniques and multiple print heads working together in tandem to continuously manufacture large advanced structures.Our core technology developments harness UV light to instantly cure our combination of continuous fiber and matrix material giving us the ability to print into free space. Initially printing with a single nozzle we have rapidly improved our process to print with 8 channel and 16 channel nozzles utilizing different material combinations including novel combinations of copper wire and fiber optics.We are currently seeking companies to collaborate with us and help build the future together.
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With headquarters both in the US and Israel, Stratasy is one of the global leaders in professional 3D printers. It is publicly traded and reported total revenues for 359 million dollars in FY 2012. Stratasys systems range from affordable desktop 3D printers to large, advanced 3D production systems, making 3D printing more accessible. Stratasys 3D Printers employs FDM Technology (Fused Deposition Modeling) for its reliability on durable parts, and PolyJet Technology for its smooth, detailed surfaces and ability to combine multiple materials in the same printed object Other Stratasys' technologies include an inkjet-style method to build parts from liquid photopolymers in fine droplets, immediately cured with ultraviolet light, as well as SCP Technology (Smooth Curvature Printing) to produce finely detailed models for lost-wax casting and mold-making. The Stratasys portfolio of specially engineered 3D printing materials is the most comprehensive in the industry. It includes nearly 150 PolyJet photopolymers and FDM thermoplastics. MakerBot, a subsidiary of Stratasys since 2013, manufactures the company’s prosumer desktop 3D printers in Brooklyn, New York. It maintains the Thingiverse design-sharing community and facilitates a wide network of user groups. Stratasys also manufactures SolidScape 3D Printers and operates RedEye On Demand digital manufacturing service. Through its network of certified resellers, Stratasys is indirectly present around the globe. The company maintains dual headquarters in Eden Prairie, Minnesota and Rehovot, Israel. Stratasys holds nearly 500 granted or pending additive manufacturing patents worldwide. Le stampanti FDM di Stratasys Mojo uPrint SE uPrint SE Plus Dimension 1200es Dimension Elite Fortus 250mc Fortus 360mc Fortus 400mc Fortus 900mc
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Dedibot manufactures 3D printing equipment that create physical objects directly from digital data.
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Gooo3D was founded in order to prove the proposition that it is people, not material, that only count. Gooo3D manufacture the G Printer, a UV DLP 3D printer.
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Desktop Metal is the effortless way to go from 3D CAD to robust metal parts. Our family of 3D printers will build complex parts beautifully and at a price that makes it attainable by every design and manufacturing team.
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YSoft be3D printers are designed and manufactured by Y Soft, globally operating company settled in Czech Republic. YSoft be3D is a product family offering FFF solutions for industrial and education verticals. YSoft be3D DeeRed printer is designed for high-quality and efficient rapid prototyping and small-volume manufacturing. It is highly popular for its large printer chamber, ease of use and broad material compatibility. DeeGreen and eDee printers for education provide high quality output in an enclosed desktop printer. The latter is industry first 3D printer with integrated print management solution allowing authentication or accounting.
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Southern California-based Airwolf 3D is on a mission to provide the public with something it has never seen before: an affordable, durable, easy-to-use 3D printer that users of all ages and backgrounds can use to create objects thought impossible until now.
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LPKF develops systems and process solutions for tasks in printed circuit board technology and microelectronics.
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As Stratasys ‘European Partner of the Year’ 2014/15, SYS can help you get up to speed with advanced 3D printing technology. On display will be our cost effective range of 3D printing systems, these compact systems combine the accuracy and versatility of high-end rapid prototyping machines.
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Skriware is a Swedish-Polish company delivering high quality affordable 3D printer designed for home and professional users. The company has also developed its own online platform Skrimarket that offers ready-to-print models and aiming to gather a whole community of 3D printing enthusiasts. Thanks to the company’s efforts even inexperienced users can fully explore the possibilities of 3D printing technology.
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RPS designs and manufactures professional stereolithography systems and a reseller for Markforged 3D printers. RPS also offers technical support to all users of stereolithography and Laser Sintering equipment including laser head refurbishments, repairs, upgrades and service contracts. Also available from RPS is a comprehensive range of laser sintering powders and stereolithography materials from ALM and DSM Somos.
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print rite
Print-Rite is a leading manufacturer of high quality 3D printers and filament.
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Guangzhou NewStarWay 3D Printer Co. was founded in 2012 in the famous Guangzhou 3D printing industry park. Known as the leading producer of large-scale 3D printer.
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ion core
Every day, Ion Core customers find simpler, smarter approaches to a wide range of complex design problems – our machines give them greater ability to tackle problems in hours rather than weeks, no longer hindered by the constraints of traditional manufacturing methods, with the Zinter suite of products they can imagine, design, iterate and replicate more freely than ever before, there is now a straight line from idea to solid object.
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HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) recently announced the new HP Jet Fusion 3D Printing Solution. Created in 2015 and based in Silicon Valley, the new HP Inc. combines the heart and energy of a start-up with the scale and power of a Fortune 100 multinational corporation. Backed by nearly 50,000 employees and drawing from a 76-year legacy of engineered innovation, the company is focused on creating technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere.
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Part of Goodwin Refractory Services Ltd (GRS), G3D’s new range of rapid prototyping machines are the forefront of technology.With innovation from G3D design engineers, the latest G3D printers operate at a stunning 10um accuracy, truly industry leading detail. G3D are proud to exhibit the Exceptional Surface Finish, Build Speed, Strength and Direct Metal Casting results from G3D’s own resin materials.Super-Fine 3D printing, that enables you to create extravagant and complex parts combined with the complete casting solution providing perfect metal castings.
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eMotion Tech
eMotion Tech is a start-up company from Toulouse, specialised in the creation and sales of DIY 3D printers.
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big box
BigBox3D is a brand new company jointly owned by E3D and LittleBox. E3D have been in the 3D printing market for over 3 years, designing one of the world's first and foremost all-metal HotEnds. E3D have also been instrumental in the progression of 3D printable materials and their range of Everyday PLA & ABS filament is rapidly becoming an industry standard with lots of work on support materials in the pipeline. BigBox3D brings together David Lamb, Josh Rowley and Sanjay Mortimer from E3D and Greg Holloway from The LittleBox Company.
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Dynamical Tools
Dynamical Tools is a group of highly skilled and dedicated engineers, programmers and sales people. The headquarters is based in Zaragoza, Spain with 12 employees.Our industrial 3D printers can work with the most technical materials in the market like PEEK, Carbon Fiber, ASA, PETG, PP, Flexibleand much more with a big volume size (600x450x450mm) and dual independent extruders.
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