Acquisitions & Partnerships

  • Stratasys Solvay partnership

    Belgian chemical company Solvay and 3D printing company Stratasys have announced a strategic partnership through which they will develop high-performance filaments for Stratasys FDM F900 3D printers. The partnership will initially focus on adapting Solvay’s versatile Radel polyphenylsulfone (PPSU) polymer. The collaboration is driven by the shared vision of offering a broad…

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  • Paxis BASF

    BASF 3D Printing Solutions is to provide innovative additive manufacturing materials to Paxis LLC for its new WAV (Wave Applied Voxel) technology. This is currently in development and is designed to meet the needs of additive manufacturing users, advanced manufacturing as well as traditional manufacturing markets. The WAV process was created with…

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  • ExOne Sandvik Osprey metals

    Industrial AM company ExOne is deepening its materials partnership with Sandvik Additive Manufacturing to advance its binder jetting technology. The news follows ExOne’s recent launch of a new material partnership program. Sandvik collaboration With over 150 years experience in the metals industry, Sandvik’s influence within the metal AM sector is unsurprising.…

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  • Origin One ECCO BASF

    Danish footwear brand ECCO Group is no stranger to innovation, as it has taken the advancement of 3D printing in stride with its footwear production. Most recently, the shoe manufacturer announced its alliance with BASF 3D Printing Solutions and Origin, a San Francisco-based startup known for its Open Additive Manufacturing…

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  • Techmer PM has launched a new high‐speed, high-capacity twin-screw production line specifically designed to produce high‐quality, modified, carbon fiber‐reinforced polymers to support growing demand for 3D printed products. In its latest report on composite additive manufacturing, SmarTech Analysis highlighted how rapidly growing demand of composite CFR/GFR materials are going to…

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  • Materialise Nikon HP Essentium

    Materialise has partnered with HP, Essentium and Nikon to bring improved productivity and connectivity to additive manufacturing operations. The partnerships, announced at the 2019 RAPID + TCT conference in Detroit, will support the adoption of 3D printing by industrial manufacturers. Materialise also announced that it will release a new version of…

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  • Fast Radius, Inc., a leading manufacturing technology company, today announced a partnership with Desktop Metal to help companies accelerate the discovery and launch of applications on the Desktop Metal Production System, the world’s fastest metal printer. Headquartered in Chicago, Fast Radius’ technology platform and manufacturing footprint help customers bring new…

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  • Dynamical 3D

    Spanish manufacturing company Dynamical Tools has rebranded itself as Dynamical 3D and launched three independent branches all geared towards the additive manufacturing market. The three branches include Dynamical Tools, Dynamical Materials and Dynamical Printing. Together, the three divisions will offer a complete 3D printing solution to Dynamical Tools’ global clients.…

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  • CEAD DSM partnership

    Global science company Royal DSM has announced a new partnership with CEAD, a Dutch company specializing in 3D printing large-scale fiber-reinforced thermoplastic structures. Through the collaboration, DSM and CEAD will advance Fused Granulate Fabrication (FGF) technology and materials with the aim of creating new applications for the platform in the…

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  • Origin Royal DSM

    Global science company Royal DSM has announced a partnership with Origin, a San Francisco-based startup specializing in Open Additive Manufacturing. Through the collaboration, the companies will develop new materials and applications for 3D printing. The first material created through the partnership will be presented at the upcoming RAPID conference in…

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