We at Freeform Composites believe that access to a low-cost, sustainable and eco-friendly source of material for additive manufacturing of high-performance products is the key to keeping up with the changes by the 4th industrial revolution (Industry 4.0).
We have developed an entirely new material and process for binder jet 3D printing of ultra-lightweight, mechanically strong carbon composite products for high-end industrial applications (International Patents Pending). With years of research and development of this new material and technology, we have enabled low-cost manufacturing of next-generation carbon composite products. Our new technology allows the production of carbon composite products at a fraction of conventional lead times without any tooling, fixtures or jigs.
We are just getting started and our goal is to revolutionize traditional carbon composite manufacturing techniques which are wasteful, expensive, laborious and time-consuming. We aim to broaden the scope of commercial applications of carbon composite products with markets geographically located in the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
The carbon composite products produced using our proprietary material and technology are high-end and outperform other engineering materials such as plastics, metals, alloys, technical ceramics and carbon fiber reinforced composites. Our innovative material and technology have huge commercial applications in many industries including aerospace, automotive, medical and sport.
What we offer to 3D printer manufacturers is the ability to quickly and efficiently provide an early stage entry into the carbon composites market through licensing our materials and technology developed for binder jet 3D printing of carbon composite products.
We are always on the lookout for the most suitable business partners to work with us on the commercialization of our innovative materials and technology. Interested in learning more about Freeform Composites and partnership opportunities? Contact us today!
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