Collaborative 3D Ecosystem Expands in the Greater Los Angeles Area
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. – May 31 – Divergent 3D today announced its participation at the Morf3D Additive Manufacturing Innovation Center in El Segundo, California. The Innovation Center is an ecosystem of additive manufacturing companies in the greater Los Angeles area and is focused on “delivering value through strong collaboration and a hands-on customer experience.”
“The Innovation Center is made up of like-minded companies that understand the limitless potential of additive manufacturing,” said Kevin Czinger, Founder & CEO, Divergent 3D. “We’re excited to be working amongst these companies and look forward to the future innovation that will undoubtedly result from this joint effort.”
Divergent 3D will operate independently at the Innovation Center. The company will continue to focus on its patented Divergent Manufacturing Platform™ that incorporates 3D printing to radically transform the economics and environmental impact of designing and manufacturing complex structures such as cars.
“As the additive manufacturing industry continues to evolve in the greater Los Angeles area, it has become evident that collaborating with disruptive companies such as Divergent 3D is a fantastic opportunity to expand our existing ecosystem,” said Ivan Madera, Co-CEO, Morf3D. “Our innovation center is bringing these companies together to inspire innovation in the additive manufacturing space.”
Divergent 3D has received universal acclaim for its disruptive, eco-friendly manufacturing platform. Blade, the first supercar built upon the Divergent platform has received worldwide attention for being one of the lightest and greenest supercars ever created. Divergent 3D is a Google Solve for X Moonshot and the winner of the Frost & Sullivan 2016 North American Technology Innovation Award.
For more information on Divergent 3D, visit www.divergent3d.com.
For more information on the Morf3D Additive Manufacturing Innovation Center, visit morf3d.com/innovation.
Divergent 3D is dedicated to revolutionizing car manufacturing and reducing its environmental impact on the planet. Led by Founder & CEO Kevin Czinger, Divergent 3D has created the Divergent Manufacturing Platform™, which radically transforms the economics and environmental impact of designing and manufacturing complex structures such as cars. Divergent 3D aims to put these new tools of production and innovation into the hands of teams all around the world, resulting in a sustainable path forward for the car industry and beyond. For more information, visit www.divergent3d.com.
Morf3D is a fully integrated provider of additive manufacturing services focused on delivering innovative solutions that solve complex additive design and manufacturing challenges. Privately held with a team of interdisciplinary experts from Academia, Industry and Engineering, Morf3D’s Innovation Center is headquartered in El Segundo, CA, USA. To learn more, please visit www.morf3d.com.
Donna Loughlin Michaels