Partners

Adaptive3D has the privilege of working with many industry leaders

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“We are impressed with the science and expertise at Adaptive3D. We are excited about their current and future engineered photoresins and look forward to working with Adaptive3D to push forward the technology boundaries of pharmaceutical packaging services.”

-Scott Young, VP of Research Innovation & Technology, West Pharmaceutical Services

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“Adaptive3D delivers compelling materials properties with an ease of printing and post processing – a great step forward for the whole additive manufacturing field.”

-Sumeet Jain, Senior Director of 3D Printing Worldwide, Arkema

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“Adaptive3D’s engineered photoresins enable new design paradigms in end applications.”

-Hugo Da Silva, VP of Additive Manufacturing, DSM

 

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“Adaptive3D’s photoresins coupled with large-area processing and advanced patterning techniques could potentially deliver robust materials-based solutions at high throughput and low cost across multiple industry verticals.”

-Om Nalamasu, President of Applied Ventures & CTO of Applied Materials

 

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“Material properties have long capped the 3D printing industry, but Adaptive3D’s innovative technology changes the game. With Chemence’s worldwide manufacturing base, our partnership will enable Adaptive3D to rapidly scale and service the demanding world of additive manufacturing.”

-James Cook, CEO of Chemence

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“Adaptive3D is one of the most exciting new companies to join our consortium as an RPC Development Partner, and we have already begun working with our members to identify and develop applications with this high-performance elastomer.”

-Vince Anewenter, RPC Director at MSOE

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“Elastic ToughRubber has the perfect amount of elasticity and flexibility to create a superior part for impact resistance. It is also incredibly tough and durable. Additionally, as a one-part polymer resin, it is easy to work with and the leftover resin can be used in the next print, so there is little to no waste.”

-Jared Koenig, Operations Manager at Ramaco Carbon