The Virtual Foundry Is Growing – Join the Cause!
For the first time in three years, the window is again open for you to join the cause of democratizing metal manufacturing!
Be a part of the movement that puts the power of a machine shop in the hands of the individual. The Virtual Foundry’s metal 3D printing solution offers the only fully in-house (or in-studio or in-lab) process for making metal parts yourself.
The Seed Round is open and is expected to close in Q2 of 2023.
The Virtual Foundry is having a growing impact in the research and education sector. Students throughout the world have studied and used the Filamet™ process in their work. Take a look at some of the dozens of papers they’ve published here.
With partnerships domestically and abroad, The Virtual Foundry is globally impacting the democratization of manufacturing.
We look forward to bringing you on board!
Brad & Tricia
“In fact, metal 3D printing as an industry is projected to reach a value of $5.51 billion by 2027, in part because metal 3D printing has proven to be faster and cheaper than traditional metal manufacturing methods for single parts and low volumes. Plus, it produces parts in shapes not possible with any other type of manufacturing.”All3DP.com The Best Metal 3D Printing Services in 2023 by Ile Kauppila
3D PRINT METAL ON A SAMPLE SCALE WITH THE VIRTUAL FOUNDRY’S FILAMET EVALUATION KIT
3D PRINTED METAL PARTS FROM A MICROWAVE? VIRTUAL FOUNDRY UNVEILS NEW METHOD
Podcast Volume 3, Episode 13 – gCreate’s Gordon and his Metal Prints
Podcast Volume 3, Episode 13 – Halmstad University’s work with Filamet™
“What we like in particular, all three of us, is this type of open architecture. You buy material. You are free to choose your printer. You are free to choose your debinding and sintering furnace. And that we have a community so that every one of us is enabled in some way to get the best operation of the manufacturing process – manufacturing route – that fits the requirements of a specific product. And I think this is such a great thing with this opportunity to contribute to this open architecture.”Senad Dizdar, Associate Professor, Halmstad University, Sweden