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Vertex Manufacturing rebrands as ‘Zeda’

Reflecting the company's 'Z to A approach - meaning that the company starts with the customer in mind, and ends with the product'

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PrinterPrezz Inc. and its subsidiary Vertex Manufacturing, an advanced 3D manufacturing company and provider of nanotech solutions for the medical, defense, and aerospace industries has rebranded ‘Zeda, Inc.’

The Zeda name reflects the company’s ‘Z to A approach – meaning that the company starts with the customer in mind, and ends with the product’. Zeda also represents the strength of both companies and their progress in the last five years, in their respective target markets, that was achieved by combining cutting-edge advanced manufacturing processes with semiconductor technologies.

Although the company was initially created to address the evolving needs of the orthopedic devices industry, it has proven to be a valuable partner to companies in many highly regulated industries.

The newly rebranded company, Zeda, grew exponentially, organically, and with the help of strategic acquisitions. Vertex, which was one such acquisition, was founded and led by manufacturing pioneer Greg Morris.

Zeda now has 140,000 square feet across multiple advanced facilities in Silicon Valley, California, New Jersey, Ohio, and Singapore.

“In 2018, we entered a new territory with advanced manufacturing of medical devices for the global orthopedic market. By combining advanced manufacturing processes, like 3D printing, with technologies from the semiconductor industry, we are able to customize and reduce the cost of medical devices for the global population,” said Shri Shetty, CEO of Zeda. “It wasn’t long before we realized that the fusion of these technologies could revolutionize not just healthcare but advancements in the space, defense, semiconductor, and aerospace industries. Zeda reflects where we came from, where we are today, and where we intend to go.”

“This is the next chapter in our growth,” said Greg Morris, CTO of Zeda. “As one brand, we are in a stronger position to leverage the full capabilities of both companies more effectively. Over the past year, our Cincinnati team has experienced unparalleled growth across all areas of our business, but most importantly, our existing customers can continue to trust and count on us.”

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