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Additive Manufacturing Materials Firm Adaptive3D Relocates Local HQ to Richardson’s Innovation Quarter

by | Sep 20, 2022
Adaptive3D is moving its headquarters from Plano to Richardson's newly christened IQ HQ, returning to the city where it was founded. The company is working on photopolymers that separate into two parts at the “nano level,” making them more durable for industries ranging from consumer and healthcare to industrial and transportation. “This move also signals the strength and importance of partnerships with key academic institutions like UT Dallas and the role they play in fostering the collaborative creation of future-ready technologies within the IQ,” says Founder and CEO Walter Voit.
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UTD 3D Printing Spinoff Acquired by Desktop Metal
by | May 17, 2021
Plano-based Adaptive3D is a category leader in printed elastomers for additive manufacturing, competing in a $129B industry. So it's no wonder the Boston company snapped them up.
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