3DEO is one of the only 3D metal printing companies able to produce high volume small metal parts and components with seamless transition from prototype to scale. By coupling its Design for Additive Manufacturing service with proprietary technology that far surpasses traditional manufacturing methods, see why companies are turning to 3DEO to partner on launching innovative, high quality products.
We Help Companies Make What Hasn't Been Made Before
Speed to market
Reduce Operating Costs
Superior Surfaces & Tolerances
Zero waste manufacturing
3DEO’s Proprietary 3D Metal Printing Process
3DEO’s award-winning patented technology, Intelligent Layering®, was designed specifically to tackle the limitations customers face with traditional manufacturing - as well as the challenges and low throughput typically associated with metal 3D printing.Learn About Intelligent Layering®
THE MANUFACTURING CLOUD
The metal 3D printer itself is just one piece of the puzzle. Without a holistic approach to production, the overall process will become disjointed, no matter how reliable the printing technology.
Industries We Serve
3DEO is a trusted supplier of small metal parts and components for innovative companies across a range of industries worldwide.
3DEO’s Resource Center
As the world’s leading production 3D metal printing company, 3DEO has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience manufacturing metal components for a variety of industries. Our team of experts continues to host webinars and events, provide case studies and publish technical guides about the advantages of metal 3D printing.
Featured in the Following Publications for Metal Additive Manufacturing
The fact that HP and Digital Metal began by offering metal printing as a service may suggest that 3DEO is on the right track with its own strategy, particularly if it can claim such high growth across various metrics.Michael Molitch-Hou3DPrint.com
With a fast, flexible and increasingly automated process for metal additive manufacturing, 3DEO believes it’s cracking the code for volume production.Stephanie HendrixsonAdditive Manufacturing
Does the ‘operate the technology in-house’ strategy work? Apparently so, with great effect. This is a point that should be considered by others currently developing their own new 3D printing technology. You don’t have to sell machines to succeed.Kerry StevensonFABBALOO
[3DEO's] business model allows manufacturers to gain the cost savings, design freedom, and manufacturing flexibility needed to compete – without having to incur millions of dollars for a metal AM machine and the supporting infrastructure.Metal AM Magazine