Tag - Multi Jet Fusion

Who is Endeavor 3D?

You may be familiar with our company, Endeavor 3D, or perhaps not. Located in Metro Atlanta, we are a contract additive manufacturer (AM) equipped with polymer 3D printing, stainless steel metal jetting, and one of the most robust QC laboratories in the industry. Our executive team, led by CEO, Phil Arnold, comes from the decorative concrete manufacturing business, where we...

Driving Innovation: Q&A with Janet Dickinson

Embarking on a journey spanning over two decades in the manufacturing industry, Janet Dickinson, COO of Endeavor 3D, and Phil Arnold, CEO of Endeavor 3D, have forged a dynamic partnership that continues to drive the company toward success. Starting as a traditional manufacturing company, Endeavor 3D saw an opportunity to become a leader in the contract additive manufacturing industry. While interviewing...

3D Printing Materials for Automotive Applications | Part 2

Automotive manufacturers’ continuous quest for lighter, stronger, and more efficient vehicles has driven many to adopt 3D printing as a viable manufacturing solution. With innovation and cost being the driving force behind progress, many Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are looking to integrate 3D printing polymer materials into their product development lifecycle....

MJF vs. SLS | Beginners Guide

Technology Exploration

Navigating the additive manufacturing (AM) technology landscape can be challenging.  It’s our job to be informative and provide guidance to determine the right option for your next project. Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF) and Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) are two of the most prominent additive technologies within the marketplace today. Each offers strong material options, excellent surface...

Shifting Gears: 5 Additive Manufacturing Solutions for Automotive Manufacturers

Since the invention of the automobile, the proverbial wheel has never stopped moving. As the automotive industry evolves and faces new challenges, one thing is clear – additive manufacturing (AM) is emerging as the key driver of innovation. According to GlobeNewswire, the Automotive 3D Printing Market size is expected to grow from $2.2 billion in 2022 to $15.8 billion...