Fieldmade was founded in 2016 as a spin-off from the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI). Since then Fieldmade has had a strong presence within the NATO AM community and has taken part in several national and international engagements. In 2018 Fieldmade got its first R&D contract with the Norwegian MoD.
At thyssenkrupp TechCenter Additive Manufacturing in Mülheim an der Ruhr, we make your success our top priority. As an agile start-up, we profit from the material expertise and engineering skills of a global corporation and are also able to quickly implement innovations for our customers through our flexible structures.
Jellypipe offers the unique and highly secure 3D-Marketplace and B2B platform, providing a complete ecosystem to customers (incl. enterprise/corporation needs) who need 3D printing services as well resellers or print factories who offer 3D printing services and consulting.
Bond High Performance 3D Technology BV, a limited liability company based in Enschede (the Netherlands), has invented and developed a revolutionary printing technology for industrial additive manufacturing. The company was founded in December 2014. The founders of Bond are firmly rooted in innovation and technology.
Btec combines the traditional values of service, quality and performance and pairs those with efficiency, versatility, flexibility and advanced technology to help customers find the right manufacturing solutions to fit their needs. No matter what industry, Energy, Aerospace, Automotive, Consumer Products or other, our team works to give uncompromising attention to your custom manufacturing projects.
Fast Radius is building the next-generation manufacturing company and we are always looking for smart, motivated people to join us on our world-changing journey. If you are an engineer who eats and sleeps new product development, manufacturing processes or supply chain solution development, we might just have a place for you on our team.
STERN 3D GmbH has one of the largest capacities of HP 3D printers in Europe and is also HP reference service provider. This gives us maximum support from the manufacturer, which is especially important for borderline works.
Your Global Integrated AM Service Provider
At Oerlikon, our advantage is clear: we’re integrating and scaling the entire additive manufacturing value chain to handle your project from point A to Z.
Ultimately, if you can imagine it, we can build it.
Manufacturing technologies have a new colleague. Regarded for a long time as a pure prototyping approach, AM technology has now achieved series-production readiness. Often over-simplified as a kind of 3D printing, AM technologies are key drivers that can open up new market opportunities for machine suppliers, manufacturing service providers and designers/OEMs. And as machines, materials, and software solutions become more available, their implementation will extend into new process chains with impressive business innovations. In this context the ACAM Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing was founded as a platform for networking, coordinating joint research and development as well as conducting training and education seminars.
The Technology House (TTH) has been on the forefront of 3D printing and additive manufacturing since 1996. TTH currently operates over 17 additive machines. As a contract manufacturer, TTH's goal is to intertwine additive manufacturing as a standard option for creating production parts and assemblies along with their cast urethane molding, injection molding, and high speed CNC machining.
More than 10 years of expertise in innovation
COMPOSITE THERMOPLASTIC FOR AUTOMOTIVE
Composite thermoplastic for Automotive car/truck industry (OEM and Tier 1): Lightweight and metal replacement applications development and management
Innovation projects for lightweight solution using composite thermoplastics (continuous fibers)
Expertise in crash analysis
Expertise in multi-scale modeling, mechanical calculation, and injection molding simulation to combine injection molding simulation with final part mechanical simulation
3D PRINT COMPONENTS
Innovation projects using different components for lightweighting and performance
As the innovation hub of United Technologies Corp. (UTC), United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) supports the development of new technologies and capabilities across the company and collaborates with external research organizations, universities and government agencies globally to push the boundaries of science and technology. Further, UTRC leads the monetization of UTC's intellectual property through business model innovation. UTRC is headquartered in East Hartford, Connecticut, with additional operations at its affiliate in Berkeley, California, and its subsidiaries in Shanghai, China; Rome, Italy; and Cork, Ireland. UTC, based in Farmington, Connecticut, provides high technology systems and services to the building and aerospace industries. UTC's stock is currently near it's highest value in the company's history and expected to grow more.
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