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SYMBIOS Additive, LLC is a team of seasoned manufacturing professionals and application engineers who assist clients with the integration of Additive Manufacturing technologies into traditional manufacturing environments.  As a company, we are uniquely qualified to provide the right Additive Manufacturing solution tailored for your application and business.

Our unique combination of education and engineering experience in additive manufacturing and traditional manufacturing processes enables us to provide focused technology solutions for our client's specific applications.  We have practical, hands-on experience in rapid prototyping, reverse engineering of legacy parts, foundry castings, design-to-production part development, CNC machining, injection molding, 3D printing (metals, ceramics, high strength polymers, foundry sand), 3D scanning, and process optimization. 


Let SYMBIOS Additive LLC help you answer the important questions :

  • Which applications in my business would benefit from 3D Printing?

  • Should my part be 3D printed, cast and machined, fabricated, or benefit from a hybrid approach?

  • Is the best solution to invest in a 3D printer or outsource to a 3D printing service company?

Additive Manufacturing Technology & Services:
3D Printer Sales  |  3D Printed Parts  | DFAM  |  Engineering Suport  |  Turn-Key Solutions

   
Prototype to Production Quantities

Certified in multiple Additive Manufacturing technologies for metals, polymers, and ceramics: 

Laser Powder Bed Fusion, Binder-Jet, Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF), SLA, SLS, EBM, FDM, DMLS, DLP and 3D Scanning. 

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Building mutually beneficial partnerships with clients by providing Additive Manufacturing solutions that are application specific; ensuring you invest in the right 3D technology and parts for your company.

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