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Forecast 3D Expands Manufacturing Capabilities

The company has reached its 20th year in business.

Forecast 3D is continuing to offer 3D printing and short run manufacturing. This month, the company celebrated their 20th year in business.

The company, according to a release, has continued expansion with a new manufacturing facility this year. The organization offers stereolithography, fused deposition modeling, PolyJet printing, direct laser metal sintering, selective laser sintering, computer numerically controlled machining and RTV tooling.

“20 years ago, we were on the pulpit, educating our peers and expressing the praises of additive manufacturing every day. Now, we are witnessing 3D printing cement itself as a part of today’s mainstream pop culture — what a fun progression to be a part of,” says Donovan Weber, COO and co-founder. “Our mission today is to maximize the potential of what we can do for our customers’ projects and leverage what these technologies allow. We currently have all of the relevant technologies to offer multiple options for our clients, and we are excited to continue to build as new additive manufacturing technologies emerge.”

For more information, visit Forecast 3D.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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