Addcomposites aims to become the go-to provider of advanced manufacturing solutions that enable widespread adoption of composites. We design reliable and user friendly advanced manufacturing systems that provide opportunities to integrate composites into your production. We regularly interact with our customers, listening to their feedback and creating a better user experience.
Arris Composites is the pioneer of next-gen composites for mass-market applications, including aerospace, automotive and consumer products. Founded in 2017 by manufacturing veterans, Ethan Escowitz, Riley Reese and Erick Davidson, Arris develops continuous carbon fiber composites that can be combined with other materials in a high-speed process that combines 3D printing and traditional high-volume manufacturing.
Electroimpact has integrated an in-situ out-of-autoclave thermoplastic AFP process and an advanced FFF 3D printing process into a unified Scalable Composite Robotic Additive Manufacturing (SCRAM) system. SCRAM is an industrial true 6-axis continuous fiber-reinforced 3D printer, which enables the tool-less rapid fabrication of aerospace-grade integrated composite structures. High-performance thermoplastics combined with a high percentage of continuous fiber reinforcement are used to produce parts with exceptional material properties previously unheard of in the world of additive manufacturing. This technology has no equal in the industry and is a unique offering available only from Electroimpact.
Various industries ranging from aerospace, automotive, biomedical to leisure, robotics and maritime can now print industry grade carbon composites parts with increased geometrical complexity to enhance functional integration, at a fraction of the cost.
We aim to produce systems that operate for series production
Orbital Composites, a Silicon Valley Start-up, builds disruptive technologies to enable Industry
4.0 through 3D Printing & Robotic Automation. The company’s mission is to unleash the power
of robots for Additive Manufacturing and Automation, by making it extremely easy to program,
use, and manage robot based printers. The company’s Orb 1 printer and Orb OS enable remote
mass production of large end use parts.
In line with the major industrial stakeholders, the unique offering of the DEDIENNE MULTIPLASTURGY® GROUP results from its ability to mutualize the know-how of its subsidiaries to offer to its customers innovative and value creating solutions in the field of plastic and composite materials.
moi is a Politecnico di Milano's spin-off startup launched to solve a problem: thermosetting composites are one of the best performing class of materials available, unfortunately, traditional manufacturing is still, in these days, expensive and requires a lot of time, especially for small series or unique objects.
CINCINNATI is a U.S.-based, build-toorder machine tool manufacturer and has shipped more than 50,000 machines in over 100 years of operation. The campus has a 500,000-square-foot plant and technical center on a 600+ acre site near Cincinnati, Ohio and engineers and builds machines to the standard of ruggedness required in the North American market. Current products offerings include: CO2 and Fiber Lasers, Automation, Press Brakes, Shears, Powdered Metal Compacting Presses, and BAAM (Big Area Additive Manufacturing).
BAAMCI is the additive manufacturing division of large Cincinnati based industrial machinery manufacturer Cincinnati Incorporated. The technology allow for construction of objects as large as 427" x 153" x 132". It has been used to manufacture the first 3D printed cars for Local Motors and for other projects involving 3D printign in the automotive industry.
Introducing Advanced Materials, Intelligent Software, and 3D Printing Technology to make High Performance & Ultra-Strong Polymer Parts™. We tailor materials to optimize mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties of printed objects. Our new Advanced, Carbon Fiber reinforced polymers make parts stronger, lighter, and more durable. Our Intelligent cloud-based software tunes mechanical properties of 3D printed objects. This results in production parts with unique characteristics that cannot be made using any conventional manufacturing techniques.