2019 Sourcing Guide: Additive Manufacturing
MoldMaking Technology’s annual Technology Review and Sourcing Guide is a comprehensive guide for researching today’s technology, equipment, products and services. The year’s latest moldmaking product developments within mold engineering/design, build and maintenance/repair are broken down into 10 sections, including additive manufacturing.
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MoldMaking Technology’s online database offers more than 1,000 manufacturers, distributors and suppliers for more than 200 product and service categories that you employ daily. To keep this information current, MoldMaking Technology surveys and updates its supplier database every spring with the latest company contact information and product/service offerings.
This month’s Technology Review and Sourcing Guide includes a portion of that database listed in sourcing grids tailored to match suppliers with their respective product/service offerings. These are the 40 companies from the July 2019 additive manufacturing section:
3Dprintedparts.com — Grand Rapids, MI, 616-871-9889
AddiFab ApS — Jylinge, Hovedstaden, DK, 45 2 6803 210
AddUp Inc. — Waynesboro, PA, 240-707-9147
Arburg Inc. — Rocky Hill, CT, 860-667-6500
ARCAM EBM — Molndal, Sweden, 46 31 710 32 00
Baker Industries — Macomb, MI, 586-286-4900
BeAM Machines— Cincinnati, OH, 513-236-0623
Centorr — Nashua, NH, 800-962-8631
CGTech — Irvine, CA, 949-753-1050
Concept Laser — Grapevine, TX, 817-328-6500
DMG MORI — Hoffman Estates, IL, 847-593-5400
Envisiontec — Dearborn, MI, 313-436-4300
EOS North America — Novi, MI, 248-306-0143
ExOne — North Huntingdon, PA, 724-863-9663
Formlabs — Somerville, MA, 617-702-8476
GF Machining Solutions — Lincolnshire, IL, 847-913-5300
GPI Prototype & Manufacturing Services Inc. — Lake Bluff, IL, 847-615-8900
Linear AMS — Livonia, MI, 734-422-6060
Mazak Corp. — Florence, KY, 859-342-1700
Met-L-Flo Inc. — Sugar Grove, IL, 630-409-9860
Methods 3D Inc. — Sudbury, MA, 978-443-5388
O.R. Laser — Elk Grove Village, IL, 847-593-5711
Proto Labs Inc. — Maple Plain, MN, 763-479-3680
Quickparts.com Inc. — Atlanta, GA, 770-901-3200
Renishaw Inc. — West Dundee, IL, 847-286-9953
Roland DGA Corp. — Irvine, CA, 949-727-2100
Saratech — Mission Viejo, CA, 949-481-3267
Sciaky Inc. — Chicago, IL, 708-594-3800
SLM Solutions NA Inc. — Wixom, MI, 248-243-5400
Sodick Inc. — Schaumburg, IL, 847-310-9000
Star Rapid — Guangdong, China, (+86) 760 2222 2556
Stratasys Direct Manufacturing — Valencia, CA, 661-295-4400
Stratasys Inc. — Eden Prairie, MN, 800-937-3010
Trumpf Inc. — Farmington, CT, 860-255-6000
voelstalpine High Performance Metals Corp. — Elgin, IL, 630-883-3000
voxeljet AG — Friedberg, Germany, 49 821 7483 100
Xometry — Gaithersburg, MD, 240-252-1138
More on Additive Manufacturing
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