Acquisitions, Mergers & Partnerships

In this section, we track all the latest mergers, acquisitions, SPAC deals, IPO’s and high-profile partnerships among additive manufacturing industry leaders. We report on the latest news on consolidation in the world of additive manufacturing and present an overview of relevant opportunities and key trends to look out for.

The world of additive manufacturing keeps expanding and maturing. As some of the industry’s leader complete mergers and implement some consolidation at the top, new companies are entering the market at the bottom of the pyramid, contributing to massive and exponential overall industry growth. The unique characteristic of the additive manufacturing market is that it is both consolidating and becoming increasingly fragmented at the same time.

  • Belgium-based 3D Printer Solutions is going to play a key role in the distribution of Meltio‘s metal 3D printing solutions in the Benelux market, as an official sales partner. Meltio offers an accessible DED metal 3D printing solution that enables industrial applications with a process built around welding wire, the…

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  • SLM Solutions and MIMO Technik jointly qualified additive manufacturing for parts and processes for the aerospace industry. Using SLM machine technology, MIMO Technik has successfully met the material spec performance for ALSi10Mg aluminum powder for Boeing and has done so at increased productivity rates, increasing the value proposition for AM…

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  • Sigma Labs, a leading developer of quality assurance software to the commercial 3D printing industry, has made known that its PrintRite3D in-process quality assurance solution will be certified to work with Aconity3D’s line of 3D metal printers and available as a standard option via Aconity3D’s online configurator. Aconity3D will designate…

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  • Farsoon Technologies entered a partnership with Modest Company, under their new AM division ‘3DTIV Tech’ to represent its truly open metal and plastic laser powder bed fusion 3D printers for distribution, demonstration, and service. “As a company with diversified activities, we are pleased to offer AM machines to our product…

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  • PrinterPrezz and Uniformity Labs have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to utilize Uniformity’s technology in laser powder bed fusion and binder jetting for medical device applications. The first joint effort will qualify the Uniformity Labs ultra-low porosity Ti64 titanium powder at PrinterPrezz’s innovation center to produce implantable medical devices,…

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  • Meltio, a laser metal deposition technology manufacturer, has signed The CREATE Education Project as its first specialist provider of 3D printing equipment for education and research in the UK. The CREATE Education Project has thus become Meltio’s first UK sales partner dedicated to the development of technology in education and…

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  • Rousselot, Darling Ingredients’ health brand and the world’s leader of collagen-based solutions, has partnered with the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation (TIBI), a California-based research institute focused on regenerative medicine. Through this strategic partnership, Rousselot and TIBI will collaborate on the development of gelatin-based therapies and their translation to the…

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  • CORE Industrial Partners, the Chicago-based private equity firm behind the recent acquisitions of AM service provider Fathom (which recently led to the company’s public listing on NYSE) and technical 3D printing filament manufacturer 3DXTECH, is continuing its expansion in the AM industry. CORE’s latest acquisition is Illinois-based RE3DTECH, a leading…

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  • Sinterit, an expert in the compact SLS 3D printing segment, entered a partnership with Forward AM, the brand of BASF 3D Printing Solutions GmbH. The cooperation between companies is dedicated to jointly developing the compact SLS segment with related materials and hardware, as well as industrial applications. This collaboration is…

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  • Nano Dimension Ltd. (Nasdaq: NNDM), a specialist in Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME)/3D-Printed Electronics (PE), and Micro Additive Manufacturing (Micro-AM) has acquired Global Inkjet Systems Ltd. (GIS). GIS, based in Cambridge, UK, is a leading developer and supplier of high-performance control electronics, software, and ink delivery systems. Founded in 2006, the…

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