For most existing commercial rocketry in production, the M4K-4 can manufacture an entire thrust chamber assembly as a single unit, including optimized regenerative cooling passages, thereby dramatically reducing manufacturing complexity and time.
Full P-1 builds can be printed in less than one hour and process parameters can transfer directly to the P-50 for mass production jobs.
Acquisition significantly expands customer offering with network of premium manufacturing partners for custom parts.
Group testing rapid 3D printing response to manufacture substantial amounts of critical supplies in the event of emergencies.
Origin’s resin-based Programmable PhotoPolymerization (P3) technology addresses fast-growing demand for tooling and end-use parts across multiple applications.
Metal 3D printer has potential to increase performance and reduce costs for small and mid-scale production, as well as manufacture parts featuring complex geometries.
Unlike laser-based processes (which often print chromium zirconium copper), the Studio System’s Bound Metal Deposition process is able to print pure copper, unlocking the full benefits of the material.
GoEngineer will be Velo3D’s largest partner in the U.S., while Velo3D’s other existing sales networks and direct purchase opportunities remain in place.
Group to prepare rigorous material and process specifications for aerospace design community — especially those that are certified under the FAA, EASA, U.S. Air Force or other aviation regulatory agencies.
Stratasys’ GrabCAD Software Development Kit gives customers the ability to integrate, manage and support additive manufacturing for production of end-use parts.