AMTech is the reseller of quality European 3D printers and materials.
Besides it's competent and resourceful 3D printing service bureau, AMTech also provides reverse engineering (3D scanning) and 3D modelling.
3Faktur is a 3D printing service based in Germany. The company offers multiple additive production technologies, such as Laser Sintering, Stereolithography, Multijet Modeling, FDM, Colorjet and Metal Laser Melting. 3Faktur offers real-time quotes and multiple addon services, incl. CAD design, 3D model repair, as well as a wide range of finishing options.
Spring srl was established in 1998 as a business venture combining its founders’ mold and component designing expertise with Prototyping technology. Spring srl business core is Engineering, consisting of a professional team technically updated thanks to a policy of continuous training.
Our technicians work with the aid of advanced CAD/CAM/CAE tools such as Unigraphics NX, Pro Engineer, Femap.Spring srl is therefore the ideal partner to assist manufacturers daily dealing with these challenges throughout the research and development process: from conception to realization of ideas and products.
Fluxaxis is a disruptive force in the field of fabrication. 3D printing is at the heart of everything we do. We exploit leading digital manufacturing technology to create rich, complex forms at a massive range of scales. From fabrication of microscale components for medical applications to giant sculptures that fill stadia.
As the innovation hub of United Technologies Corp. (UTC), United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) supports the development of new technologies and capabilities across the company and collaborates with external research organizations, universities and government agencies globally to push the boundaries of science and technology. Further, UTRC leads the monetization of UTC's intellectual property through business model innovation. UTRC is headquartered in East Hartford, Connecticut, with additional operations at its affiliate in Berkeley, California, and its subsidiaries in Shanghai, China; Rome, Italy; and Cork, Ireland. UTC, based in Farmington, Connecticut, provides high technology systems and services to the building and aerospace industries. UTC's stock is currently near it's highest value in the company's history and expected to grow more.
3D Material Technologies utilizes Metal Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing to take design concepts to functional metal components in hand on an accelerated timeline. 3DMT’s primary business is prototyping and short-run production for Aerospace, Defense, Medical and Industrial customers that need the speed to market of additive manufacturing or the design freedom the process allows. Technology and Innovation are part of our lives not just in the additive manufacturing process, but in all portions of our business to drive efficiency and reduce the time required to achieve results
In November 1997 Keith Gerber (now sole owner) and two others opened Hoosier Pattern Inc. in Decatur, IN. Over the years HPI built great relations in the manufacturing industry and invested in new equipment and technology to provide unparalleled service. Today Hoosier employs over 25 employees and has expanded its facilities to meet our customer’s current and future needs.
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LINK3D, based in New York City, is a software company focused on the development of tools for the additive manufacturing industry. LINK3D provides a secure platform that connects engineers to global additive manufacturing service providers focused on rapid prototyping and series production. The proprietary technology leverages data and AI to enable efficient, on-demand additive manufacturing solutions. Engineers submit industry specific request-for-quotes that are intelligently matched with LINK3D’s partnered manufacturers, instantaneously.
Burloak Technologies offers leading capability and capacity for the manufacture and supply of highly engineered, fully functional and finished additive metal and plastic components that meet exacting specification to OEM's and Tier 1 & 2 manufacturers in high tech industries.
AMT-Titastar helps you to rethink, create and manufacture your components in 3D printing.
Titanium is a fantastic material, uniquely adapted to 3D printing. It will give you the lightest possible part with exceptional strenght and corrosion resistance.
From the moment you sign up, it's free to submit an RFQ through 3Diligent Direct. Projects submitted via 3Diligent direct provide you the full range of RFQ features and professional and industrial technologies and ongoing project management by 3Diligent team members. 3Diligent bundles a small project management fee into your bid amounts, but by utilizing the 3Diligent supplier base - which has been vetted for quality and value - you're likely to still save significantly vs. the competition.
PRISMADD Japan is the joint-venture between Yamaichi Special Steel which has 80 years of knowledge on special steel and offers heat treatment, precision machining and precision measurement and PRISMADD group which offers the progressive AM technology based in France. We encompass the three major elements of AM by merging Japanese high-quality manufacturing and the world’s most advanced technology. We keep developing our technology in the three aspects and achieve the manufacturing of next-generation for aerospace, defense, automotive, energy and medical industries.
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The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) is the professional society for biomedical engineering and bioengineering. Founded in early 1968, the Society now boasts nearly 6,000 members and is growing, rapidly.
SLM has provided the opportunity for complete design freedom, with much quicker R&D. Tooling for prototyping is no longer required, thus creating very low development costs, in quicker timeframes. Added to this, highly complex structures with intricate internal details not previously able to be manufactured by traditional methods are now easily printed