We believe that 3d printing will repatriate and revitalize our manufacturing industry.
Tooling Jig and Fixtures – Re3DTech builds Jigs and fixtures that can be used to make tooling that can reduce cycle times. Most manufacturers have machine tooling resources in house. More and more outsourced vendors are becoming a vital part to developing tooling. Many applications can be made from plastics or metal parts.
Automotive Parts – The value of 3D printed parts may not be directly apparent, but inside the chassis of MIT’s Formula SAE electric vehicle are many critical Markforged parts. The strength and toughness of Markforged materials allowed the 3D printed Formula SAE Vehicle parts to hold up in the shop and on the track.
Printed Plastic Housing
Lathe Part Catcher
Lathe Bar Puller
State Department for our ITAR registration
All manufacturers, exporters, and brokers of defense articles, related technical data and defense services as defined on the United States Munitions List (Part 121 of the ITAR)(PDF, 7MB) are required to register with the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC). Registration is primarily a means to provide the U.S. Government with necessary information on who is involved in certain manufacturing, exporting and brokering activities. Registration does not confer any export rights or privileges, but is a precondition for the issuance of any license or other approval for export.
Once an entity has properly registered with DDTC, a unique registration code will be assigned to the registrant. The DDTC registration code consist of a letter prefix, M (assigned to a manufacturer and/or exporter) or K (assigned to a broker), followed by four or five digits (e.g. K-1234 or M 12345). The code is proprietary to the registrant and should be handled as such. Company registration codes should not be posted online or given out freely to the public.