Top 10 3D Printing Solution Companies - 2020
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Top 10 3D Printing Solution Companies - 2020

Today, 3D printing is rapidly gaining traction in the manufacturing industry, owing to its ability to redefine the designing of the products. Bridging the gap between design and production, additive manufacturing helps keep the digital thread of the product intact throughout the journey. 3D printing makes it easier for collaborative teams and individuals to design and manufacture end products and mitigate the barriers to innovation.

In comparison to products developed via traditional methods, the customization of products created through 3D printing exhibits improved structural strength. Given these benefits, many organizations are looking to adopt 3D printing technology in a bid to improve outcomes and production procedures. Industry leaders expect that 3D printing will give rise to manufacturing as a service (MaaS) that will enable the manufacturers to lease out the 3D printing equipment, eliminating the need to purchase expensive machinery and making it easy for companies to get started with the technology.

To help organizations strengthen their 3D manufacturing capabilities and simultaneously enable growth in the industry, Manufacturing Technology Insights has compiled a list of top 10 3D printing solution providers and services companies for the year 2020. The companies listed here showcase extensive business knowledge and exhibit competence in delivering cutting-edge solutions and services that meet the needs of the customers. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in the sector on the industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for the aspiring CIOs. We present to you Manufacturing Technology Insights’ “Top 10 3D Printing Solution Providers – 2020”

    Top 3D Printing Solution Companies

  • Incorporated in 1989, AlphaSTAR Corporation is one of the best engineering services and software company that provides innovative physics-based simulation technologies for additive manufacturing, structural modeling and analysis of advanced composite structures in the aerospace, automotive, defense, and energy industries worldwide. As a solution provider, AlphaSTAR partners with Altair, ANSYS, MSC Software, DS Simulia, and LSTC. AlphaSTAR is a woman-owned corporation headquartered in Long Beach, California and is the recipient of esteemed industry and technology awards for R&D and software development. ASC has provided advanced material research for the DOD and aerospace sector for more than 25 years

  • BeAM is a Global OEM of Directed Energy Deposition machines headquartered in Strasbourg, France. Their technology is ideal for repairing components, adding features to existing parts or building near net shape parts with minimal post-processing. Designed durably for the industrialization of metal additive applications, BeAM’s DED solutions are indeed a critical ingredient in the “factory of the future”. Incorporated in December 2012, BeAM is a privately held company. To date, BeAM has developed innovative repair methods for critical aircraft engine parts, enabling un-repairable components previously to be re-deployed for use in flight. Further application opportunities for DED solutions are the addition of features to existing components and the creation of near net shape parts

  • FossiLabs is a 3D Printing solution provider that engineers porous bone-like structure PEEK using 3D printing FFF process to enhance medical implant devices 3D Printing. It is a one-of-a-kind solution, primarily developed for spinal implants, with defined areas of full porosity and advanced hydrophilicity promoting osseointegration—the direct structural and functional connection between living bone and the surface of a load-bearing artificial implant. FossiLabs’ “fully” porous scaffolding structures—Bone-Foam and Bone-Mesh—along with hydroxyapatite (HA) nanocoating offer unmatched performance in the industry. Its Bone-Foam and Bone-Mesh structures help clients identify areas within their existing models—primarily for spacers and cages for the spine—where bone growth is desired

  • 3D Systems

    3D Systems

    3D Systems is a global additive manufacturing solutions company, offering new and optimized digital design and production workflows to enable new capabilities and competitiveness. From digitization, design and simulation, to manufacturing, inspection and management, 3D Systems’ integrated solutions combine materials, software, 3D printing and expert services to transform how things are done and revolutionize the 3D printing category. 3D Systems is specialized in rapid prototyping, rapid manufacturing, additive fabrication, stereo lithography, selective laser sintering, SLA, SLS, 3D printing, CAD design productivity tools, 3D content, 3D parts service, 3D scanning, reverse engineering, 3D inspection, CAD/CAM software, medical device manufacturing, and many more

  • ChemCubed


    ChemCubed is a collaborative effort of seasoned technical and marketing professionals in the Printing Industry of over 20 years to form a company for strategic materials in the growing additive manufacturing and 3D printing Industry. The objective of the collaboration is to apply single unit customization principles made possible by digital 3-D rendering to broad-spectrum commercial markets, following established “early adopter” paths to market. ChemCubed’s mission is to harness the promise of 3-D printing with application-specific engineered emulsions explicitly conceived for the end-use application. Each application combines the most basic value of digital process, wherein each end user requires a personalized and specific output, produced with a common hardware platform and a common chemical emulsion

  • Desktop Metal

    Desktop Metal

    Desktop Metal is accelerating the transformation of manufacturing with 3D printing solutions for engineers, designers and manufacturers around the world. They have raised $438 million in equity funding with investment from technology leaders including Google, BMW, Ford Motor Company, Lowe’s, and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Desktop Metal was selected as one of the world’s 30 most promising Technology Pioneers by the World Economic Forum and was named to MIT Technology Review’s list of 50 Smartest Companies. 3D printing, Robotics, Metallurgy, 3D Printing Software, Engineering, Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing Hardware, Metal 3D Printing, Prototyping, Metal Fabrication, and Software Engineering are some of the services provided by Desktop Metal

  • Laserline GmbH

    Laserline GmbH

    Laserline is one of the pioneers in diode laser technology and has played a significant role in achieving a breakthrough with this laser type. Founded in 1997, the company grew within only a few years to become an internationally leading developer and manufacturer of diode lasers for industrial applications. As of today, about 5,000 Laserline diode lasers have been delivered worldwide. Laserline diode lasers can be found in a wide variety of different sectors and application areas. Typical application areas are classical forms of metal processing, like welding, brazing, hardening, or softening, as well as realization or repair of coatings. Furthermore, Laserline diode lasers have been established for plastic welding and in newer production processes like additive manufacturing (metal 3D print) or welding of fiber composites

  • Nano Dimension

    Nano Dimension

    Nano Dimension is a provider of intelligent machines for the fabrication of Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME). The business’s machines serve cross-industry needs by depositing proprietary consumable conductive and dielectric materials simultaneously while concurrently integrating in-situ capacitors, antennas, coils, transformers, and electromechanical components, to function at an unprecedented performance. Nano Dimension bridges the gap between PCB and semiconductor integrated circuits. Some of the key offerings of the business include nano Ink, circuit boards, 3D Printing, conductive ink, nanotechnology, printed electronics, additive manufacturing, antennas, electronics, innovation, PCB design, molded interconnect devices, advanced manufacturing, electronics, IoT, electronic devices, sensors, and inkjet

  • Oerlikon


    Established in 1906, Oerlikon engineers materials, equipment, and surfaces and provides expert services to enable customers to have high-performance products and systems with extended lifespans. Drawing on its key technological competencies and strong financial foundation, the group is sustaining mid-term growth by executing three strategic drivers addressing attractive growth markets, securing structural growth, and expanding through targeted mergers and acquisitions. A leading global technology and engineering Group, Oerlikon operates its business in two Segments–Surface Solutions and Manmade Fibers. The firm specializes in coating technology, humanmade fibers, thermal spray, additive manufacturing, 3D Printing, coatings, BCF carpet yarn, synthetic staple fibers, and filament yarn machinery

  • Optomec


    Optomec is a recognized leader in the field of additive manufacturing with a revolutionary approach that has proven advantages in reducing cost, improving functionality, and shortening time to market. The company has invested more than $ 35 million in the development of 3D Additive Manufacturing systems that provide lower costs and functional benefits over conventional production methods. Optomec aerosol jet printers are used in the development and fabrication of next-generation microelectronic devices. The unique ability to print electronics directly onto 3D surfaces makes aerosol jet an ideal solution for reducing the device’s size and weight. Optomec industry-leading LENS 3D printers are used to cost-effectively fabricate, enhance, and repair high-performance metal components in state-of-the-art materials such as titanium, stainless steel, and Inconel