Mebotics has developed a hybrid desktop manufacturing machine capable of both 3D printing and CNC milling. Our networkable workhorses perform additive manufacturing in plastics (up to two materials and four colors at once), as well as subtractive manufacturing in woods and metals. The machines are built with a rugged, self-cleaning, noise-reducing chassis, a fully networkable onboard computer, and a comprehensive set of safety features. These innovations give prototypers and small-scale manufact...Show all

Mebotics has developed a hybrid desktop manufacturing machine capable of both 3D printing and CNC milling. Our networkable workhorses perform additive manufacturing in plastics (up to two materials and four colors at once), as well as subtractive man...Show all

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Mebotics $0M Apr 3, 2018
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Metalysis

Rotherham, United Kingdom
Alive / ActiveMetalysis is a manufacturer of metal powders for 3D printing. The company owns the global rights to a disruptive platform technology capable of producing a wide range of metals and alloys at a lower cost and with a smaller environmental footprint than traditional processes. Login to see details

XJet

Rehovot, Israel
Alive / ActiveXJet, founded in 2005, develops technology for 3D printing for metal parts. XJet's technology uses solid metal nanoparticles suspended in liquid ink in sealed cartridges. Extremely high temperatures cause the liquid "jacket" around the metal nanoparticles to evaporate, resulting in strong binding of the metal.Login to see details
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