DDM Systems is an Atlanta-based additive manufacturing and 3D printing startup. The company was founded in 2012 by Suman Das and John Halloran to rapidly commercialize LAMP™and SLE™, two disruptive manufacturing technologies with immediate applications in the aerospace and industrial gas turbines sectors.
3Dprint, a way of life or is modern manufacturing the future?
VormVrij manufactures products with a surprising mix of materials; from black melamine treated plywood to 3D printed ceramics. Their style is modern vintage but has a rugged artistic aura with a hint of melancholy.
The WZR ceramic solutions GmbH was founded in 1996 by Dr. Wolfgang Kollenberg and moved into in the newly built technology-center in Rheinbach. The resources have been expanded constantly to be able to offer rapid and convenient ceramic components in order quantities between 1 and 100. In this regards the potential of ceramic materials for additive manufacturing was already recognized in 2004. Since that time WZR has invested extensively in that technology and has consolidated its competence with innovative patents
ADMATEC Europe BV richt zich volledig op het vervaardigen van producten via het Additive Manufacturing proces. Hoofddoel is het leveren van functionele klant-specifieke onderdelen voor enkel stuks, kleine en/of grote productieseries. ADMATEC levert en ontwikkelt het printproces voor keramische materialen. Op dit moment zijn er twee recepturen: aluminiumoxide en zirkoonoxide.
WASP (World Advanced Saving Project) is an Italian company specializing in the production of Delta type FDM 3D Printers. The company stands out for the vision of its founder Massimo Moretti, whose dream is to be able to develop a 3D printer capable of printing houses in an completely eco-fiendly way to help solve some of the worlds housing issues. Through the sale of its first 3D printer, the PowerWASP, WASP was able to develop a prototype for a 3D printer capable of printing with a particular type of clay material suitable - if the technology were to be sufficiently scaled up, for making habitable houses.
Lithoz is a Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) spin-off and was founded to open the research results of many years in the field of Additive Manufacturing to a wider public. Lithoz focuses on the development and manufacturing of Additive Manufacturing Technologies (also known as Rapid Prototyping) and materials for advanced ceramics. Their LCM- technology (Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing) enables industrial and research companies alike to produce cost effective and quickly functional prototypes and small scale series.
"3DCeram brings together a combination of expert skills that is unparalleled in the fields of materials and processes dedicated to the rapid forming of complex-architecture ceramic objects.The company capitalizes on the many possibilities offered by laser stereolithography applied to ceramics, a proprietary technology. 3DCeram developed a full range of services to support you in your technologically challenging projects, from the selection of the type of ceramic, specifications definition (expression of needs), R&D and the fine tuning of the part, through to industrial series production."
Prodways has R&D centres where highly-qualified and experienced staff in different 3D printing technologies develop and constantly create technologies and printers for the future. The technology developed by Prodways stands out from current 3D printing technologies and uses the latest technological breakthroughs to bring you innovative solutions for every single step of your industrial process: