3D Printing Startups in Boston
List of 3D Printing startups in Boston
3D Printing • Hardware
We’re a passionate team of engineers, designers, and problem-solvers. Started out of MIT in 2011, Formlabs now employs over 500 people across offices in Germany, Japan, China and Somerville, Massachusetts. We're committed to bringing powerful and accessible fabrication tools into the creative hands of professionals around the world.
3D Printing • Hardware
At Markforged, we are on a mission to unlock the next 10x innovation in design and manufacturing. We build an Industrial 3D Printing Platform to liberate designers and engineers from decades-old, slow processes. Only Markforged enables engineers to build the world's strongest 3D printed parts across the entire range of materials.
3D Printing • Consumer Web
Our mission is to help our customers build and strengthen personal relationships in a way that transcends the superficial connections common in a hectic, digital world. At Lovepop, we see an opportunity to touch the lives of people who care about people. We love these cards and are thrilled to bring smiles to our customers and their loved ones....
3D Printing • Other
Our innovative 3D Magnetic alignment technology controls the orientation of composite reinforcement in three dimensions. This merges superior mechanical properties with the customization of 3D Printing. Current composites are expensive, time intensive, hard to customize, and have limited geometries. Our patented technologies allow for cheaper, fast
3D Printing • eCommerce
Design’N’Buy is a top-notch web-to-print solution provider and has years of experience in designing and delivering web2print solutions. There are more than 500+ print businesses using our Web-to-Print Solutions for their online growth. With the vision of Enabling Print Business on the Web it has been able to successfully create customized solutions...
Voxel8 is a startup company that is bringing novel materials to 3D printing. We will embed function into the typical shapes of 3D printing. Our materials, based on research by Harvard SEAS Professor Lewis, allow us to print embedded conductors, wires, and batteries into the normal matrix materials of 3D printing.
For manufacturers of hard metal parts, additive manufacturing with Digital Alloys’ radically simple Joule Printing™ delivers the highest speed and lowest cost. We are led by an experienced management team, and backed by Boeing, Lincoln Electric, Khosla Ventures, and G20 Ventures.