NewPro3D is a Vancouver based company that focuses on ultra-fast 3D Printing of photopolymers. Our process can be used with a wide variety of materials, and we are able to offer some of the best materials available for SLA printing through strategic partnerships and collaborations with leading resin companies.
Nexa3D is a 3D Printing Company led by seasoned entrepreneurs with vision to integrate the latest exponential technologies to deliver a completely new proprietary and disruptive 3D Printing Technology.
DigiFabb manufactures High-Speed DLP 3D Printers powered by UV LEDs in India. Many Jewellery Manufacturers, Casting Houses, Dental labs and Medical Device manufacturers use DigiFabb 3D printer for Rapid Prototyping in Resin and wax material for direct casting.
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.
The Do3D high definition 3D printer was created by industrial designers Tamás Liszkai and Bartos Márton, they introduced the first prototype in early 2013. With relentless development, their printer was turned into a marketable product by 2014. The first units were sold this year as well.
Their corporation, DO3D Innovations Ltd. continues to develop and market the product, as well as all neccessary consumables and spare parts. They also provide rapid prototyping and 3D printing services.
They are aiming at bringing high precision 3D printing technology to within reach of small to medium enterprises, and to extend areas of applications by introducing custom blends of materials for their product.
Sharebot Srl is a dynamic company founded by two young entrepreneurs to design, develop and market 3D printers that are easy to use and capable of professional results. Founded in 2012, today Sharebot offers a third generation 3D printer that blends robustness, design and performance. With Sharebot NG the company targets professional and companies that need a solution for rapid prototyping at small prices, so that they may have at hand, in the office, a printer capable of making “proofs” quickly and with good quality, letting them rely on the more expensive professional 3D printing services only when the parts are finalized and checked against the requirements.
At EnvisionTEC, we like to say we’re 15 years better. Because it’s true. Our company has been inventing, developing, manufacturing and selling 3D printers and proprietary materials since 2002. While we got our start pioneering commercial DLP printing technology, we now offer the broadest range of additive manufacturing solutions in the world, with six distinct processes: DLP; bioprinting; our exclusive 3SP process for 3D printing large, accurate parts; high-speed continuous 3D printing with our cDLM process; Robotic Additive Manufacturing for sand molds and cores for foundries; and a cutting-edge lamination process for additively manufacturing woven-fiber composites. Our premium 3D printers and materials serve a wide variety of medical, professional and industrial markets, and are valued for precision, surface quality, functionality and speed.
Asiga is a dedicated team of engineers, programmers and designers, pooling creativity and knowledge to develop remarkable tools for Digital Manufacturing industries. Starting with our first groundbreaking product, the Freeform Pico (“The World’s First Pico Printer”), we plan to bring a mix of innovative, intuitive tools to those who previously could not afford such technology.
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.
"Since its founding Roland has pioneered new manufacturing processes based on unique digital technologies that control the XYZ axes or lateral, longitudinal, and vertical movement. Originally applied to the development of pen plotters for designing and drafting applications, its product line soon evolved to include cutting plotters which replaced the pen with a cutter. Both of these product lines were based on our control technology for the XY axes. The Roland DG line of output devices eventually grew to include color printers equipped with inkjet heads and cutters, and 3D milling machines that controlled the XY and Z axes.
Today, Roland's main line-up of products consists of wide-format inkjet printers that support a variety of industries including the sign industry and machine tools such as milling machines and engraving devices designed to streamline manufacturing processes.
In order to meet evolving customer demands and anticipated market growth, we remain committed to expanding the ways in which our customers can transform their imaginations into reality.
In 2014 Roland luaunched its first 3D printer, the monoFab, based on the DLP process and available for €4.000."
Founded by a young team of engineers and software developers, Lumi industries became a start-up after succesfully launching its first low cost DLP 3D printer, the Lumifold, on Indiegogo. In 2014, at Maker Faire Rome, the company presented their second project, the Lumipocket, a 300 euro DLP 3D pritner with an external projector, for the personal, jewelry and dental markets.
Michael Joyce, founder and CEO of B9Creations, always felt a burning desire to improve lives through technology. This passion ignited his interest in space exploration, which led him to earning a degree in Mathematics, serving a 10-year career as a pilot in the US Air Force and working in the software development field.In December 2011, Mike started developing the beginnings of what we now call the B9Creator.
Until then, he struggled with 3D printing and advanced manufacturing technologies that were all too slow, expensive or produced unsuitable quality. Mike wanted to address the barriers of cost, speed and resolution through the appropriate hardware, software and processes.Joyce’s fearless focus plus background in technology development enabled him to develop multiple patented and patent-pending innovations, providing a platform for the first version of the B9Creator.As a tech professional, Joyce chose to develop his own IP to avoid the pitfall of so many other 3D printing companies infringing on others’ patents. Following months of patent research, testing and tech development, he launched his own machine.The very first commercially available B9Creators were initially funded via Kickstarter, a support system for innovative and creative technology projects. The first of two Kickstarters raised over $510,000. B9Creations delivered its products for both Kickstarters on-schedule, something less than one third of the funded companies achieve.The B9Creator received high marks for customer satisfaction from the beginning. Commitment to customer satisfaction is the language of the company’s culture and is unique in the 3D printing industry.In May of 2014, evolving his mission to make technology affordable, Joyce moved B9Creations into its own facility with more than 4000 square feet for production, research & development, marketing and customer support.To solidify B9Creations’ brand of commitment and support, Mike began building a team of professionals equally committed to his vision, ensuring the new facility incorporated native-lean manufacturing, quality control and growth opportunity, while keeping the company’s dollars focused on the products and mission.Today, B9Creations is a profitable and growing company. B9Creators are used in dozens of countries, with half its customer database located outside the United States.The Team works daily to improve the current B9Creator, expanding material choices and leveraging the company’s robust IP portfolio to design new models that will further improve the affordability of more powerful 3D printing machines.
"Carima Co.,Ltd. is a company which has produced and merchandised 3D printer during the 15 years, which has solidified its fame, also, possesses optical molding original technology utilizing special sheet.
Since the foundation under the mission of CK industry in 1983, this company developed and marketed photo developing machine for the first time in Korea, also, has been reborn as Korea's first 3D printer specialized manufacture company based on optics related know-how that has been accumulated during the last 30 years.DLP 3D printer, our main product, is a complex industry product where almost all technology is included such as optics, precise control, bio/material, Software/Program, etc.
Utilization field is also concentrated on 8 product groups, i.e. medicine, mold, culture/sports, national defense, electric electronic, automobile, aviation, shipbuilding, energy, and 2 SVC groups as design and distribution.This company has solidified its position as an acknowledged medium-sized company, by being selected as ""industry convergence leading company"" in 2013, etc., also, is contributing to popularization in national 3D printer and globalization with excellent precision and resolution based on several technology patents related to DLP printing method.High Quality, Best Service !!
We would reform ourselves as a global leader company by considering customers the first priority and creating best product and service."
Carbon3D, a Silicon Valley based company, was founded in 2013 in Chapel Hill, NC. Working at the intersection of hardware, software and molecular science, Carbon3D is delivering on the promise of 3D printing, allowing commercial customers to go beyond basic prototyping to achieve 3D manufacturing. Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology (CLIP) was introduced simultaneously at TED 2015 and to the scientific community on the cover of Science Magazine (Science, March 2015). To date Carbon3D has received $141 Million in funding.
As the world moves towards 3D, the hyper-connectedness of industry, information and culture defines a new reality where high-precision technology will help us increase efficiencies, push the barriers of design and ultimately grow your business.
We believe in the power of detail, and that is the detail that enables the greatest differentiation for you and us alike. Iteration after iteration, we pursue perfection relentlessly. And when it comes to perfection, we know that every detail matters.
PRODWAYS GROUP is a specialist in industrial and professional 3D printing with a unique position as an integrated European player across the 3D printing value chain (printers, materials, parts, and services), with substantial value-added technological industrial solutions.PRODWAYS GROUP is a subsidiary of Groupe Gorgé.