EOS is the world's leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers. Formed in 1989, the independent company is pioneer and innovator for comprehensive solutions in additive manufacturing. Its product portfolio of EOS systems, materials, and process parameters gives customers crucial competitive advantages in terms of product quality and the long-term economic sustainability of their manufacturing processes. Furthermore customers benefit from deep technical expertise in global service, applications engineering and consultancy.
Aerosud is an established leader in the aviation industry supplying integrated manufacturing solutions. Aerosud is a smart supplier, capable of adding value to partnerships involving programme management, design, development and production processes.
UK-based Renishaw is a world leading engineering technologies company, supplying products used for applications as diverse as jet engine and wind turbine manufacture, through to dentistry and brain surgery. It has over 4,000 employees located in the 35 countries where it has wholly owned subsidiary operations.
Based in Chicago Illinois and operational since 1937, Sciaky launched its groundbreaking Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (AM) process in 2009 with the objective to save manufacturers time and money on the production of large-scale, high-value metal parts and prototypes. Today, Sciaky’s AM process remains the only large-scale, fully-programmable means of achieving near-net shape parts made of titanium, tantalum, inconel and other high-value metals. Sciaky’s AM process has a standard build envelope of 19' x 4' x 4' (L x W x H), allowing manufacturers to produce very large parts and structures, with virtually no waste. Starting with a 3D model from a CAD program, Sciaky's fully-articulated, moving electron beam welding gun deposits metal (via wire; also known as Electron Beam Free Form Fabrication), layer by layer, until the part is built and ready for minor finish machining. Deposition rates typically range from 7 to 20 lbs/hr, depending upon part geometry and the material selected. Sciaky is present in Italy and internationally jn over 30 markets through a network of agents that can be contacted through its website.
Sisma is the biggest laser manufacturer in Italy and can look back on over 50 years of experience in precision mechanics and industrial automation. Established in Schio (VI) in 1961, the company is a worldwide reference for the design and production of extremely high precision machinery.
Innovative by vocation, Sisma combines an independent and cutting edge design and production organization with highly specialized human resources, thus guaranteeing top product quality as well as thorough and prompt assistance.
The company is also heavily investing in research and development with the aim of maintaining its technologic leading role and exploring new paths in laser systems.
Arcam provides a cost-efficient Additive Manufacturing solution for production of metal components. The technology offers freedom in design combined with excellent material properties and high productivity. Arcam’s market is global with customers mainly in the orthopedic implant and aerospace industries.
Headquartered in Lübeck, Northern Germany, SLM Solutions is one of the pioneers in the sector of Rapid Manufacturing Systems. It serves customers in the fields of Vacuum Casting and Metal Casting and has a multi-decade history.
The company, which was founded in 2000 by Frank Herzog, is one of the world’s leading providers of machine and plant technology for 3D printing of metal parts. Since December 2016, Concept Laser has been part of GE Additive, a division of the world's leading digital industrial enterprise General Electric. GE Additive was founded in 2016 and acquired 75% of the company shares of Concept Laser, among others.
Founded by Matthias Fockele, one of the two phisicists that developed and patented the SLM (Selective Laser Melting) process at the Fraunhofer Institute fo Laser Technology (ILT), German company ReaLizer is one of the leading producers of SLM based 3D Printer Manufacturer, together with SLM Solutions. The company manufactures four models (SLM 50, 100, 250 and 300) with different sized printing chambers. The SLM 50 is the first desktop sized 3D printer capable of producing gold parts by SLM.
Joint venture formed in 2013 between EOS and micro laser producer 3D Micromag with the goal of developing MLS (Micro Laser Sintering) technology with applications in the jewelry, automotive and aerospace industries.
Aurora Labs is the world’s first company producing an affordable 3D metal printer. The S-Titanium Pro costs $49,999 AUD and has a build area of 200mm x 200mm x 500mm. This allows for larger parts to be printed with a faster build time.
Fonon is a diversified product solutions company providing comprehensive design, manufacturing, and technology services to aerospace, construction, defense, energy, industrial, photonics, and PV solar customers worldwide. For a quarter century, Fonon has been a technology innovator in Laser Marking, Laser Engraving, Laser Cutting and 3D Metal Printing equipment, components and Fabrication. The Fonon family of brands has provided services and equipment for numerous corporate, government and private sector clients. Our most prominent customers include Ford, GE, Gentex, Gable, Harley Davidson, GM, HP, 3M, Eastman, Aruba, BF Goodrich, Caterpillar, Champion, Cooper, Dell, Corwell, Delphi and more
DMG Mori Seiki Co., Ltd. (DMG森精機株式会社 DMG Mori Seiki Kabushiki-gaisha) (formerly Mori Seiki Co., Ltd.) is a Japanese company, headquartered in Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, engaged primarily in the manufacture and sale of machine tools.
Since its establishment in 1948, it has grown into one of the largest machine tool builders in the world. With its sister company in Germany, DMG Mori Seiki AG, it markets machine tools worldwide under the brand DMG Mori.
Circa 2009, Japan's Mori Seiki entered into a strategic partnership with Germany's Deckel-Maho-Gildemeister (DMG) of Gildemeister AG, yielding the current two DMG Mori Seiki organizations. In 2015 it was reported that the company will carry out a takeover bid to acquire its German partner.
Optomec is breaking new ground in the world of additive manufacturing with its unique 3D printing technology. Since its first system introduction in 1997, it has implemented hundreds of innovative designs and products in areas such as electronics,energy, life sciences and aerospace/defense manufacturing.
RPM Innovations, Inc. specializes in manufacturing and repair techniques using Laser Deposition Technology. RPM Innovations' customers include Department of Defense, Aerospace Industry, Oil and Gas, and Power and Mining Industry clients.
BeAM, an AddUp Company, is a pioneer in designing and producing industrial metal additive manufacturing machines using the DED technology (Directed Energy Deposition) and is growing rapidly across the globe. BeAM works closely with its customers and business partners to develop and industrialize manufacturing and repair processes with feasibility assessments, pilot production, training and sales of systems. To date, BeAM has developed innovative repair methods for critical aircraft engine parts enabling previously un-repairable components to be re-deployed for use in flight. Further application opportunities for DED solutions are the addition of features to existing components and the creation of near net shape parts.
In June 2018, BeAM joined the AddUp Group, the French leader in the design, production and marketing of metal AM machines based in Clermont-Ferrand, a joint-venture between Fives and Michelin.
The Aconity3D is a start-up, situated in Aachen's high-technology surrounding of the RWTH University and Fraunhofer research institutes. With the founding team's technological background in production and informatics, the company’s focus is set on 3D printing of metal parts by means of powder bed laser melting.
Additive Industries is dedicated to bringing metal additive manufacturing for functional parts from lab to fab by offering a modular 3D printing system and seamlessly integrated information platform to high-end and demanding industrial markets. With substantially improved reproducibility, productivity, and flexibility, Additive Industries redefines the business case for additive manufacturing applications in aerospace, automotive, medical technology and high-tech equipment.