Fabric8Labs, a San Diego-based additive manufacturing startup, will be exhibiting it’s Electrochemical Additive Manufacturing (ECAM) Technology for the first time at RAPID + TCT 2021. Attendees can be among the first to view ECAM produced metal specimens and gain an understanding of Fabric8Labs ECAM process benefits. Attendees can find Fabric8Labs at booth E8352.
On the heels of its recent Series A Round (link to release here), Fabric8Labs is excited to share details of its ECAM technology with the broader additive manufacturing community. For those not planning to attend the expo, additional information and contact details can be found on Fabric8Labs website at fabric8labs.com.
“Our electrochemical additive manufacturing technology is radically different from the other well-known market offerings” said Jeff Herman, co-founder and CEO of Fabric8Labs. “We’ve developed an entirely new approach to metal additive manufacturing that builds parts at the atomic level via electrochemistry. Our process produces dense parts with excellent resolution, while enabling drastic reductions in cost that will disrupt industry perspectives on metal additive manufacturing.”
Press, partners, and customers are encouraged to connect with the Fabric8Labs team at booth E8352 during exhibiting hours of the event, September 13th through 15th.
To set up an interview with the team at Fabric8Labs while at the event, send inquiries to email@example.com.
For more information about Fabric8Labs’ revolutionary innovations in additive manufacturing, visit Fabric8Labs.com.
Fabric8Labs, Inc., based in San Diego, California, is revolutionizing metal additive manufacturing with its advanced 3D printing technologies. Founded in 2015, the company is at the forefront of advanced manufacturing and is commercializing breakthroughs in material science and processing - reducing manufacturing costs and supporting significant advancements in material quality and manufacturing capabilities. Founded by two Forbes 30 under 30 entrepreneurs, Fabric8Labs is working to broaden the market for metal additive manufacturing across all industries. For more information visit Fabric8Labs.com.