3D Printing has revolutionized industries around the globe and continues to impact every sector, ranging from manufacturing to life sciences, opening new opportunities for startups. The area of Louisville, Kentucky, United States, is no exception to these developments. With its strong entrepreneurial scene, the city has become a hub for startups, particularly those in the 3D printing industry. The following are highlights of some amazing startups founded in 2020 or later, whose work in 3D Printing is setting them apart.
Founded in 2020 by Austin Trefes, Casey Murphy, Dr. Sumeru Nayak, and Michael Webb, Panda Industries Inc. aims to revolutionize the construction industry with its innovative, sustainable technologies. Their groundbreaking projects include a reinforced concrete 3D printer that shortens construction times by automating much of the process, and a bamboo-based alternative product OSB, that is stronger but more sustainable than current OSBs. You can find more about them on their LinkedIn page.
Advanced Solutions Life Sciences, founded in 2013, provides solutions for living organisms, molecular biology, and biotechnology. Incorporating 3D Printing and Robotics into their Life Science processes, they are paving new ways in the biotechnology industry with their unique, advanced technologies. Connect with them on Facebook and LinkedIn.
Headquartered in Louisville and led by Founder John Gaynor, Premier Packaging is a prominent manufacturing business that utilizes 3D Printing in their processes for more efficient results. You can follow them on Facebook and LinkedIn.
Republic Conduit offers the most durable, bendable, and easy-to-install electrical steel conduit to contractors. Harnessing the power of 3D printing, they are contributing to a more sustainable and efficient world.
Earning reputation in the 3D Printing and Mining industry, Bramco offers innovative products catered towards modern-day needs.
Vogt-Ice is another innovative startup making strides in 3D Printing and Manufacturing business. Their 80 years of expertise are now paired with the latest 3D printing technology to produce highly efficient ice machines.
Mesa Foods, uses 3D printing for mass production of quality food products such as tortillas, shells, chips and flatbreads that caters the continental United States and abroad.