Seurat’s Area PrintingTM process isn’t limited in size or scale. Seurat envisions a future where Digital Manufacturing by Area Printing is able to provide localized, on-demand, efficient manufacturing at high volume - for even the toughest materials and applications. Area Printing isn’t an iteration - it’s a revolution, and it’s coming soon.
Clean. Safe. Simple. Genera‘s glove-free handling system is based on an innovative shuttle solution. During the entire production process, the component travels in a tight box or shuttle. Both, the precious components and your hands are protected by this design. The 3D component can be handled and optimized without any dripping, contamination or light influence from outside. At the same time, the shuttle works as an interface between the 3D printer and the post-processing unit. It documents the entire manufacturing process and makes it traceable and repeatable.
Committed to creating a more imaginative world with technology and innovation, breaking the barriers of traditional manufacturing methods to product innovation, making design and production more freedom, and building an infinitely possible future with 3D printing, a new manufacturing method.
Our massive transformative purpose is to accelerate the transition of additive manufacturing from rapid prototyping phase to full industrial strength on the manufacturing. We don't want to be a “me too” company. We want to be the state of the art you would like to invest in, where we create and pioneer a new category of additive manufacturing technologies and systems.
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.
Evolve has combined an existing time-tested 2D printing technology with its own proprietary STEP platform that truly evolves additive manufacturing far beyond existing technologies for plastic production.
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.
Structo is a Singapore-based 3d printer manufacturer. We build industrial-grade 3D printers using our own, unique patented technology. Our SLA printers are able to achieve faster speeds and large build volumes at a lower cost compared to existing SLA printers. We also develop our own innovative polymer materials for a range of printing applications from dental to engineering applications.
Our proprietary Liquid Crystal Dynamic Mask Stereolithography (MSLA) technology allows the printers to be incredibly fast even when printing very large objects.
Gizmo 3D Printers is a Brisbane- based startup that has received attention from all over the world and was started by long-time software programmer and (more recently) inventor and maker Kobus du Toit.
Based in Germany and publicly traded in the US, Voxeljet is a leading manufacturer of industrial 3D printing systems and operates one of Europe's largest service centres for "on-demand production" of moulds and models for metal casting.
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.
Carbon, 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.