Washington Mills has grown exponentially since its humble beginnings – today it employs about 600 employees, serves thousands of customers worldwide, and stands as one of the largest producers of fused minerals in the world. Over 150 years of industry experience ensures that Washington Mills manufactures a top of the line product and provides service that reflects our expertise. Through its commitment to the industry and its goals of internal growth and strategic acquisitions, Washington Mills offers the broadest selection of abrasive grain and specialty electro-fused minerals available in the market today.
Goodman Technologies (GT) Nanoceramic Composites are purposefully engineered ceramic matrix composite materials to meet demanding requirements. GT nanoceramic composites provide multi-functionality such as being lightweight, dimensionally stable and survivable. We use 3D printing, additive manufacturing and other traditional composite processes to rapidly fabricate custom solutions for our customers' most challenging requirements.
Schunk Carbon Technology is a division of the Schunk Group and a global leader in the development, manufacture and application of carbon and ceramic solutions. We combine innovativeness and outstanding service to create a unique range of offerings on the market like no other company out there. You'll find our technological expertise and extensive manufacturing and sales network in 36 locations around the world, bundled in four comprehensive areas of application:
Contact Exmet AB at email@example.com to learn more about our patented technology for additive manufacturing of amorphous metal alloys and how it can be applied to your products and accelerate your business in for example aerospace, automotive, energy and power, defence or medical devices.
We have developed a brand new range of ready-to-use ceramic feedstocks for additive manufacturing, alternatively named 3D printing. This tailored plastic ceramic feedstocks for Paste Deposition Modeling (PDM) technology is applicable for potterycraft, hobbycraft, tableware rapid prototyping and is ideal for designers, design departments and Fablabs. EZ Print3D™ is workable on a large range of 3D printers.
Founded in 2008 by three engineers, Nanoe focuses on the elaboration of high purity nanopowders. Our products are specifically designed for the sintering of high performance ceramics. Nanoe has partnered with a laboratory specialized in nanomaterials (CNRS) and the French leading ceramics laboratory (Limoges). Nanoe is headquartered at Ballainvilliers, near Ecole Centrale Paris (French engineer school) campus in Paris region.
The creativity of Setup Performance relies on the adequacy between its chemistry expertise and its extrusion expertise.
The efficiency of Setup Performance relies on its offer of services dedicated to drive its clients from material conception to market.
Chromatic 3D Materials is inventing the next generation of 3D printing materials with the durability to meet the requirements for finished manufactured goods. Today, our reality includes infinite possibilities for novel product designs, made possible by our customizable property range. The scope of destinations for these technologies is vast.
At Lubrizol, we combine complex specialty chemicals to optimize the quality, performance and value of our customers' products while reducing their environmental impact. We are proud to serve a global customer base through two business segments, each with a strong portfolio of outstanding product lines.
The world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health, Air Liquide is present in 80 countries with approximately 65,000 employees and serves more than 3.5 million customers and patients. Oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen are essential small molecules for life, matter and energy. They embody Air Liquide’s scientific territory and have been at the core of the company’s activities since its creation in 1902.
Dimension Inx began operating in August 2017 and was co-founded by Dr. Ramille N. Shah, a professor of Materials Science and Engineering and of Surgery at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL USA, and Dr. Adam E. Jakus, an alumni of Prof. Shah's Tissue Engineering and Additive Manufacturing (TEAM) Laboratory. With the addition of John Hartner as CEO, the Dimension Inx team brings together scientific, engineering, manufacturing, clinical, and business expertise that is propelling Dimension Inx to the forefront of advanced material, medical, and manufacturing industries - Transforming the landscape of manufacturing, improving the lives of medical patients, and enabling the creation and industrialization of new, advanced high technologies.