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Bringing an idea from prototype to production is no longer bound by the constraints of traditional manufacturing methods. We can help you challenge your manufacturing status quo. Talk with us today.

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Why choose additive manufacturing for your business?

Traditional approaches to manufacturing are no longer the only way you have to bring your product to market. It’s time to think differently about manufacturing. In the era of Industry 4.0, manufacturing with additive opens new doors. Shave days off production cycles. Remove complexity from final assembly. Produce lightweight, high-strength structures. Create hyper-realistic prototypes. Be more competitive than ever before.

"We’ve been able to see orders of magnitude savings both in cost and schedule on all of these parts because the part builds are very consistent and the material properties are well understood."

Brian Kaplun, Manager of Additive Manufacturing, Lockheed Martin


See how team Penske uses carbon fiber and 3D Printing to accelerate production for race ready parts.

Make it strong with carbon fiber and other future-ready materials.

New additive manufacturing materials and filaments give you the strength and design freedom to bring your vision to life.

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3D Printed Color Lens

Make prototypes, like this automotive light lens, indistinguishable from the real thing.

Make professional, hyper-realistic prototypes.

Produce highly accurate, full-color prototypes in up to 500,000 colors, down to the Voxel.

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3D Printed Antero part

Use the F450 with new Antero PEKK-based material to create parts with high strength and superior dimensional stability.

Make it industrial strength for your most demanding production needs.

Whether you are creating a simple jig, end-of-arm effectors or outfitting your entire factory floor as you scale up production, you cannot afford to use anything less than industrial strength additive technology to meet your needs.

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We're ready to solve the next generation of manufacturing obstacles.
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