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Dyndrite announces 8 companies featured at DMID 2021

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Dyndrite selected its top eight emerging companies in its digital manufacturing industry to present at the Digital Manufacturing Investor Day 2021 (DMID 2021). This is the second time Dyndrite has hosted the event, which is sponsored by HP Tech Ventures. Presentations from each of Dyndrite’s selections occurred on January 19, 2021. The selectees present to more than 70 investors and 200 industry attendees and members of the press.

DMID 2021 features a panel of industry investors and successful entrepreneurs including: ThresholdVentures, AM Ventures, and event sponsor HP Tech Ventures, as well as CEOs from Arrival, Bright Machines and Tech Soft 3D.  This all-star industry panel will act as a sounding board for companies presenting during the event.

DMID 2021

The eight emerging companies presenting to the panel and audience are:

Nanofabrica: 3D printer for precision markets

Nanofabrica’s industrial additive manufacturing systems have micron-resolution with ultra-high features, details, accuracy and precision – enabled by innovative Micro Adaptive Projection technology.

Copprint: Copper inks for additive manufacturing of circuit boards

Copprint disrupts the way to digitally manufacture conductive circuits and antennas by using conductive copper inks which are cheaper and environmentally friendly and can be manufactured in the US and Europe instead of China.

Saccade Vision: Industrial 3D quality inspection and vision guided robotics

The Saccade machine vision solution provides coordinate measuring machine (CMM) levels of precision at a rate of hundreds of measurements per second. The solution can be installed and programmed by a non-machine vision expert using an automatic conversion of a digital model of the inspected part directly into the machine vision solution.

Twikit: Capture the value of on-demand digitally manufactured, personalized products

Twikit is a B2B software company in the space of digital manufacturing, enabling brands to tap into the value of product individualization at scale.

Fortify: Composite 3D systems for high-value materials

For 3D printed photopolymers to compete with engineering grade materials, a step change in material performance is needed. Fortify is building 3D printers that leverage functional additives, used in thermoset and thermoplastic composites for decades, to boost material performance in 3D printing.

MakerOS: A business operating system that provides the infrastructure for modern product development

MakerOS is building the infrastructure for where products are designed, prototyped and produced. The company’s  solution is a central business operating system with an embedded supplier network that reduces overhead, increases collaboration, builds a secure supply chain and adds additional production capabilities.

Adaptiiv Medical Technologies: Medical 3D Printing Software for Radiation Therapy

Adaptiiv is the world’s first, turnkey, regulatory-cleared, software solution for radiation oncology to enable the automatic design of patient-specific radiation therapy accessories created via 3D printing.

Link3D: Additive MES, QMS and IoT platform

Link3D’s SaaS-based Manufacturing Execution, Quality Management and IoT platform enables businesses to scale and optimize their additive manufacturing ecosystems and achieve sought after return-on-invested capital.

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Adam is a legal researcher and writer with a background in law and literature. Born in Montreal, Canada, he has spent the last decade in Ottawa, Canada, where he has worked in legislative affairs, law, and academia. Adam specializes in his pursuits, most recently in additive manufacturing. He is particularly interested in the coming international and national regulation of additive manufacturing. His past projects include a history of his alma mater, the University of Ottawa. He has also specialized in equity law and its relationship to judicial review. Adam’s current interest in additive manufacturing pairs with his knowledge of historical developments in higher education, copyright and intellectual property protections.

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