Morf3D Launches New 3D Printing Facility in California

  • Morf3D Launches New 3D Printing Facility in California

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    Aerospace metal 3D printing firm Morf3D launched its new headquarters in Long Beach, California. The 90,000 square feet space located at 3550 Carson Street will house both the company’s business operations and an unprecedented advanced manufacturing facility. News of the strategic launch of Morf3D’s new Applied Digital Manufacturing Center comes just two weeks after Nikon acquired majority ownership of the company.

    Designed with a vision of innovation and growth, the center will harness applied research, advanced engineering, application development, serial production, and most significantly, new industry partnerships with global leaders to drive the industrialization of digital manufacturing in high growth markets. Through these partnerships, Morf3D will support new developments and innovations to accelerate customer adoption and overall industrialization of digital manufacturing.

    Morf3D facilities at El Segundo, California. Image courtesy of Morf3D.

    Morf3D’s CEO Ivan Madera said in a LinkedIn post, “It’s been a long-standing dream and vision of Morf3D Inc to be transformative, to challenge ourselves beyond the norm, to push the boundaries and capabilities of what is possible with advanced manufacturing, to define an industry with innovations and technological breakthroughs. Today that vision springs to life with the launch of

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