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The design of the 3PI's Dremel DigiLab next generation of 3D printers has been the result of direct collaboration with educators. This collaboration has resulted in arguably the most reliableeasy to use, and well supported 3D printer for the education market. These workhorse machines are becoming the standard in K-12. 


MakerBot believes there's an innovator in everyone. As a global leader in desktop 3D printing, we set the standard in reliability and ease of use by providing effective solutions for every stage of the desktop 3D printing process. From the start, we have also redefined what's possible for makers of all walks by introducing many industry firsts.

Founded in 2009, MakerBot was one of the first companies to make 3D printing accessible and affordable with our first 3D printer, the Cupcake CNC. In 2010, we became the first company to present a 3D printer at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Now, 3D printing is its own category there with a myriad of 3D printing companies in attendance each year. After being acquired by Stratasys in 2013, we introduced the first Wi-Fi connected desktop 3D printer in 2014.

Today, we are proud to both serve the largest install base of 3D printers worldwide and run the largest 3D design community in the world.


At Oryx Additive, we understand the additive manufacturing process, the materials used, and how best to maximize your final print. 

Whether you desire a cost-effective semi-automated solution for your process, or a lights-out, fully automated system, Oryx has the experience and knowledge to develop streamlined and cost-effective solutions to meet your business’s unique needs. 


Roland DGA manufactures wide-format inkjet printers and printer/cutters, vinyl cutters, thermal transfer printer/cutters, 3D scanners and milling devices, and engravers. These products have earned Roland DGA a reputation for innovation, quality, and reliability. 


UltiMaker is a global leader in the 3D printing industry with the mission to accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing by providing a comprehensive desktop 3D printing ecosystem of hardware, software, and materials. UltiMaker combines two of the leading desktop 3D printing brands – Ultimaker and MakerBot – to advance the availability of accessible and easy-to-use 3D printing solutions for any application, while inspiring the industry to a future state of responsible and sustainable manufacturing.

Stratasys 3D Printing

FDM Technology

FDM’s additive nature and soluble support material simplify the creation of parts with complex geometries and internal cavities. FDM technology is clean and office-friendly, thanks to production grade materials that are mechanically and environmentally stable. FDM thermoplastics also deliver the necessary properties for applications that demand precise tolerances, durability, and stability in different environments. They include many of the same thermoplastics used in traditional manufacturing processes like injection molding.

P3 DLP Technology

P3™, Programmable PhotoPolymerization, is an evolution of Digital Light Processing 3D printing. During the printing process light, temperature, pull forces and pneumatics are tightly controlled, resulting in repeatable injection-molding-like part quality and surface finish with high accuracy and tight tolerances. In combination with the broad range of performance materials, it enables functional prototyping and end-use applications across the widest range of geometries - from large bulky parts directly on the platform to the finest of features.

PolyJet Technology

PolyJet is a revolutionary multi-material jetting photopolymer 3D printing technology that brings your ideas to life with exceptional precision and versatility. From prototyping to production, PolyJet offers a wide range of capabilities, including the creation of complex geometries, intricate details, full-color combinations, transparencies, and flexible parts - all in a single model. 

SAF Technology

SAF technology is powder-based additive manufacturing providing higher-volume part production at a lower cost per part.

SAF technology powers the H350 powder bed 3D printer. SAF uses HAF™ infrared absorption fluid to fuse powdered polymer particles together in layers to build parts. Powder management is achieved with Big Wave™ technology, which provides reliable powder distribution across the build area. Piezo-electric print heads jet the HAF fluid onto the powder, which is then exposed to infrared energy that fuses the powder together to form each layer of the part. 

Stereolithography Technology

Stereolithography 3D printing is renowned for industry-leading part accuracy, detail and sidewall quality.   

Stereolithography is an additive manufacturing process that uses a vat of liquid UV-curable photopolymer resin and a UV laser to build parts one layer at a time.  By using UV light to cure photosensitive polymers, produce parts built up from the vat of resin. 

The platform will move down to the layer thickness chosen and the process repeated until parts are built, ready for washing, removal of supports and curing of parts.