3DEO adds Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) as Core Service to better support its Customers

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3DEO adds Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) as one of its core services
Above: 3DEO adds DfAM as one of its core services/Source: 3DEO

3DEO, the Los Angeles-based metal 3D printing company, announced its decision to include Design for Additive Manufacturing. (DfAM) as its core service offering. To better support its customers, the company has now expanded its design and engineering capabilities throughout the product lifecycle. 3DEO provides advanced end-to-end solutions to product and engineering teams in all industries, with a focus on medical devices, industrial equipment, aerospace, and consumer products.

The decision to include early-stage DfAM in its already distinct 3D printing technology service gives 3DEO a competitive advantage in meeting the needs of its customers at any stage of the product development lifecycle – with the ultimate goal of mass production.

“3DEO is a company built on the pillars of innovation – by innovators and for innovators. This evolution in service offerings positions us as a premier, highly differentiated partner. We are unique not only because of the services we offer, but because our 3D printing platform is built with patented, proprietary technology. As a result, we have the ability to customize our technology platform to help our customers solve their hardest engineering challenges.”

– Matt Sand, President and co-founder of 3DEO

3DEO is one of the few end-to-end design and manufacturing services that uses its own proprietary technology platform to deliver consistent high-quality parts from first articles to large-scale production. 3DEO has over 20 patents pending and awarded for its technology and end-to-end automated platform.

Sand added, “We take a lot of pride in being a partnership-driven organization that works in concert with our customers to overcome difficult engineering problems. So adding design and engineering services seemed only natural to answer the call of our customers that need expertise in designing for additive manufacturing to gain a competitive advantage with innovative designs and breakthrough products.”

3DEO’s dedicated engineering team understands the product innovation process, partnering with customers at various stages of their product development journey to help them launch and scale competitive products. Customers who work with 3DEO receive dedicated design and engineering support as well as direct access to cutting-edge production manufacturing technologies.

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