Velo3D is a well-funded advanced technology company, with the intent to disrupt the metal additive manufacturing industry. We build the impossible, and we are looking for talented individuals to help us accomplish our goals.
We develop high-speed, multi-metal additive manufacturing systems that print production quality parts, in almost any metal, at a fraction of the cost of other systems. Our solutions boost efficiency and enable customers to quickly produce new products that push the limits of design.
Headquartered in China, HBD is a fast-growing manufacturer of metal 3D printers, providing proprietary equipment, technical solutions, and OEM services with regard to selective-laser-melting metal 3D printing
PROGEMEC è fondata all’inizio del 2011 da due giovani ingegneri meccanici, a seguito dell’analisi delle realtà produttive presenti sul territorio della Provincia di Frosinone e della Regione Lazio e dello studio delle loro caratteristiche ed esigenze intrinseche, con lo scopo di offrire un servizio qualificato di analisi e consulenze in ambito ingegneristico. L’azienda nasce con capitale esclusivamente privato ed ha beneficiato, negli anni scorsi, di contributi pubblici volti a favorire la crescita dell’impresa anche su mercati internazionali.
Founded as a metal hybrid manufacturing service supplier, 3D Hybrid Solutions’ goal is to apply advanced metal additive manufacturing (AM) technology to ground-breaking applications. 3D Hybrid Solutions has three unique metal AM tools for CNC machines. Utilizing three methods of directed energy; electrical, optical and kinetic, we can handle almost any metal AM application and alloy.
Digital Metal, a high-precision binder-jetting additive manufacturing (AM) technology developed by Höganäs AB, is making great strides into territories previously ruled by conventional manufacturing technologies. High productivity, excellent surface quality and great resolution have brought our 3D metal printing technology to a world-class benchmark standard with over 200,000 high-quality components produced. Whether you use our machines to set up your own production or trust our own 3D printing services, here’s what you gain.
Since 1976, Sodick has manufactured over 60,000 EDM machines and over 35,000 linear motor driven EDM machines. Sodick machines are used for the production of dies and molds and other various applications which cannot be produced by standard machining methods.Sodick EDM machines enable the user to become the envy of their competition, as Sodick is committed to the highest quality standards. For Sodick, this commitment does not stop at sales but applies equally to providing advice and support for applications, training, parts and service.Sodick’s North American headquarters is located in Schaumburg, IL which is conveniently located 20 minutes from Chicago’s O’Hare airport. The headquarters houses a $5 million parts and consumables inventory that ensures consumable and replacement parts are readily available. Customer support is handled by experienced engineers and all support calls are documented and entered into a CRM database resulting in the highest degree of customer satisfaction.
AIM3D is a Rostock-based start-up company founded in 2017 and we are launching a cost-effective and efficient metal and plastic 3D printer. Our goal is to expand the processing capabilities of conventional injection molding granules.
ADIRA is a leading manufacturer and global supplier of sheet metal working machinery, specialized in the production of laser cutting machines, hydraulic press brakes, shears, robotized bending cells and automatic sheet metal transforming systems. We also supply complete solutions for the sheet metal processing industry, including materials such as stainless steel, steel, aluminum, brass, etc.
Titomic is an Australian additive manufacturing specialist established to help companies leverage advanced materials and a new proprietary Kinetic Fusion process to produce stronger and faster products at scale.
Until recently, titanium has been regarded as ultra-high performance, but expensive and inefficient to process. Our new rapid deposition capability strikes the perfect balance between performance and efficiency, opening new markets and applications to lower existing titanium costs or upgrade legacy materials with titanium performance.
Yamazaki Mazak was established in 1919 and has been contributing to the development of the machine tool industry as a leading global company. Yamazaki Mazak manufactures not only advanced machine tools such as multi-tasking centers, CNC turning centers, machining centers and laser processing machines but also automation systems with the concept of DONE IN ONE to support global manufacturing by providing exceptional productivity and versatility. We will continue to develop advanced machine tools for progress in manufacturing as well as society.
The Mk1 Experimental represents a revolutionary advance in 3D printing — bringing to life new possibilities for metal additive manufacturing. Centered on our patent pending MagnetoJet technology, the Mk1 propels liquefied metal from a 1200°C chamber encased in an electromagnetic field through print nozzles similar to an inkjet printer – allowing full control of the Earth’s most abundant metal, Aluminum. Its reliance on wire feedstock rather than powders allows the Mk1 to offer significantly reduced operating expenses and dramatically reduced time for near net shape parts. This remarkable step in technology is delivered through a state of the art touchscreen user interface, with access to all process parameters – ideal for research and development applications
At Xact Metal™, we’re taking the essential specs that direct metal additive manufacturing (AM) systems require, combining them with breakthrough technology to save you money and establishing a new level of price and performance. We’re dedicated to supporting the next generation of innovative manufacturing solutions powered by metal 3D printing.
At GE, we’re passionate about the transformative power of advanced manufacturing. In the past few years, we have built a tremendous network of teams and sites that are advancing additive manufacturing every day. And as a notable user of additive technologies, we recognize the value and potential it brings to modern design and manufacturing challenges.
3D4STEEL developed a family of custom metal 3D printers specifically for production of steel tools and end-use components for the mechanical, automation and packaging industries. 3D4STEEL systems can leverage 5 patents including a unique system for automatic powder handling and recycling.