Airtech expertise has added value to Large Scale Additive Manufacturing and taken it to the next level. Airtech is utilizing its facilities in Springfield, TN (USA) and Differdange, Luxembourg to house a pair of 40ft x 10ft (12m x 3m) large-scale additive manufacturing machines to offer its Print-Tech® full-service tool manufacturing solution. Exclusively with Dahltram® resins, in-house researched and developed specifically for advanced composite tooling applications.
TCPoly has developed proprietary materials that enable printing of value add parts with enhanced functionalities. Our thermally conductive filaments allow for 3D printing of new heat transfer products for electronics thermal management, heat exchangers, mold tooling and many other industries.
The Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI) is a federal and state funded initiative to bring together public, private, community, industry and education partners to assure growth and sustainability of Utah’s advanced material and manufacturing industry.
Airtech Advanced Materials Group is the largest manufacturer of vacuum bagging and composite tooling materials for prepreg/autoclave, resin infusion, and wet lay-up processes up to 799°F (426°C) . Our product line consists of: vacuum bagging films , release films, pressure sensitive tapes, mold releases (non-liquid), peel plies, breathers & bleeders, sealant tapes, vacuum bag connectors & hoses, rubber, pressure pads, cutting tools, vacuum leak detectors, shrink tape, PTFE coated fiberglass, tooling prepregs and resins, and carbon and glass reinforcements. Business focus areas include aerospace, wind energy, marine, automotive, printed circuit board, solar energy and general FRP composites. We have six locations strategically placed worldwide: Huntington Beach, California, USA; Chino, California, USA; Springfield, Tennessee, USA; Differdange, Luxembourg; Chadderton, England; and Tianjin, China. All of our facilities offer technical assistance and are ready to meet your composite production challenges.
Additive Composite Uppsala AB was established in 2018 to commercialize developments of new composites and additive manufacturing technology. It has already delivered components to, for example, the European Spallation Source in Lund, Sweden.
Tru-Design, LLC can best be described as the world’s leading authority on finishing of large scale 3D printed parts. We have developed a special line of coatings formulated to allow Class A finishes on final parts and working surfaces for manufacturing tools.
Techmer PM is a leading materials design company and works in deep partnership with plastics processors, OEMs, and designers to solve some of their most difficult business, manufacturing, and sustainability challenges. For more than 30 years, we have helped consumer and industrial product manufacturers achieve the finest color, texture, appearance, and functional enhancements for a variety of product applications.
Advanced Laser Materials, LLC began under a technology license from the University of Texas at Austin in late 2003. A group of dedicated chemical, processing and engineering experts embarked on a mission to commercialize the development of Additive Manufacturing (AM) material systems. Since then, the scope of our work has exponentially broadened to include highly specialized research and development of thermoplastic Rapid Prototyping (RP) and AM materials for our clients.
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.
UPM Formi is manufactured from clean polymers and certified pulp. Main raw material for UPM ProFi is recycled paper and plastic which is manufacturing surplus from UPM's self-adhesive label materials production. Innovative material engineering of the raw materials enables new level of composite performance. Both environmentally sustainable materials are based on UPM's own research and development.UPM Biocomposites business develops, manufactures, markets, and sells high-quality composite products for outdoor end uses in construction and granulates for wide range of industrial and consumer applications. UPM Biocomposites factories are located in Finland and Germany.
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.
Since SABIC’s founding, its employees have exhibited a remarkable ability to do what others said couldn’t be done.
Ranked among the world’s largest petrochemicals manufacturers, SABIC is a public company based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 70% of the Company’s shares are owned by the Saudi Arabian government, with the remaining 30% publicly traded on the Saudi stock exchange. SABIC began in 1976 by Royal decree and its growth has been nothing short of miraculous. Today, the company has operations in over 50 countries with a global workforce of over 35,000 talented individuals.
Elementum 3D (formerly Sinter Print) is an additive manufacturing research and development company that specializes in the creation of advanced metals, composites, and ceramics. Our innovative materials help meet the 3D printing industries ever-growing demand for greater selection and expand on the capabilities of additive manufacturing. Our goal is to lead the industry in high performance materials technology.
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