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3D-printing objects 30 times larger than competing desktop models, at a more affordable cost.

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Samantha Snabes

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Employees 6–20
Headquarters United States
re:3D is addressing the two largest barriers to 3D-printing: cost and scale. Gigabot, re:3D's flagship technology, enables industrial strength, human-scale 3D-printing at an affordable price point. With build volumes starting at eight cubic feet and robust construction, Gigabot can print objects 30 times larger than competing desktop models. re:3D's customer base comprises an esteemed group of specialty manufacturers, engineers, designers, universities, and hobbyists in over 50 countries around the globe. Their ultimate goal is to 3D-print from trash, and they are currently modifying Gigabot to be able to accept post-manufacturing waste, creating a more circular economy and opening new markets.

Notable Achievements

  • Delivered 3D printers & services to 60+ countries
  • Recognized as the Consumer Technology Association Company of the Year, US Start-Up of the Year and Global Creator Awards Winner
  • Funded by multiple competitive grants through the US National Science Foundation, NASA, and the US Department of Defense

Currently Operating in 89 Regions

Press Mentions

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August 27, 2020

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April 10, 2020

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April 12, 2019

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October 7, 2018

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