3D Printer manufacturers list 2020

A List of 3D Printer Manufacturers has been on the wishlist from many of our readers so here it is. Ofcourse we will addon more as time goes but for now enjoy. Comment If you feel that we missed some. We will not list companies that only Print for others even if they do have their own built printer. If You want to add your company contact us through our contact page.

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 1) 3D Systems – South Carolina, USA.

  • Website: http://www.3dsystems.com/
  • Founded: 1986
  • Type: Industrial and Desktop 3D printers.
  • Location: 333 Three D Systems, Circle Rock Hill, SC 29730 USA
  • Phone: +1 803.326.3900
  • Contact: order@3dsystems.com (Order Inquiries)
  • Keypeople: Vyomesh I. Joshi (President & CEO); Charles W. Hull Co-Founder, (Executive Vice President, CTO).
  • About: 3D Systems provides 3D products and services, including 3D printers, print materials, on-demand parts services and digital design tools. Includes simulation, Virtual Surgical Planning, and printing of medical and dental devices as well as patient-specific surgical instruments.
  • Economic Status:  http://www.3dsystems.com/investor/historical-earnings

Most sold Models:


2) Admatec – Moergestel, Netherlands

  • Website: http://www.admatec.nl/
  • Type:  Industrial
  • Location: De Sonman 29, 5066 GJ Moergestel, Netherlands.
  • Contact: info@admatec.nl
  • Phone: +31-(0)13 530 08 98
  • Keypeople: Michiel de Bruijcker (Admatec Europe’s managing director).
  • About: ADMATEC emerged from a research project, started by two SMEs in cooperation with Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN); ADMATEC supplies and develops the printing process for ceramic materials. At present there are two recipes: alumina and zirconia.
  • Services: 3D printing of functional ceramic products.
  • Most sold model: *Apparently still in pre-order stage eventhough page says September 2016 was its releasing date:

    Admaflex 130

3) Airwolf 3D – Costa Mesa, California, USA

  • Website: http://www.airwolf3d.com/
  • Founded: 2012
  • Type: Home
  • Location: 120 McCormick, Suite 105 Costa Mesa, CA 92626
  • Phone: (949) 2478-2933
  • Contact: info@airwolf3d.com
  • Key people: Erick Wolf, Charimand, Mark Mathews, President.
  • Summary: Airwolf 3D is a Costa Mesa, California-based company that produces 3D printers. The company started shipping fully assembled 3D printers in June 2012 from their garage in Newport Beach, California.
  • Most sold Model:

4) Aleph Objects – Loveland, Colorado, USA

  • Website: https://www.alephobjects.com/
  • Type: Home
  • Location: Loveland, Colorado, United States 626 W 66th St Loveland, CO 80548, USA
  • Contact: sales@AlephObjects.com (Sales).
  • Phone: +1-970-377-1111
  • Key people: Jeff Moe (CEO)
  • About: Aleph Objects achieved 2,782 percent three-year sales growth of the company’s award-winning LulzBot line of desktop 3D printers, parts, and plastics, leading all computer hardware companies.
  • Economic status: Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year.
  • Company size: 51 to 200 employees.
  • Most sold Model:
         Lulzbot series

                  lulzbot mini

5) Arcam – Mölndal, Sweden.

  • Website: www.arcam.com
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location: Krokslätts Fabriker 27A
    SE-431 37 Mölndal, Sweden (Support offices are located in the United States, Italy, China and UK).
  • Contact: Phone: +46 (0)31 710 32 00
    Fax: +46 (0)31 710 32 01
    Sales contact form
  • About: Arcam AB offers a complete portfolio of EBM machines, auxiliary equipment, software, metal powders, service and training to support our customers. The patent portfolio consists of 200 patents/patent applications belonging to 56 different registered patent families. Arcam’s market is global with customers mainly in the orthopedic implant and aerospace industries. In September 2016, General Electric announced its plans for acquisition of Arcam AB.
  • Economic status: Revenue $5 to $10 million (USD) per year.
  • Company size: 1 to 50 employees.
  • Most sold model:
    Arcam Q10

    Arcam A2X

6) Aurora Technology – Shenzhen, China

  • Website: http://www.aurora3dprinter.com/
  • Founded: 2009
  • Type: Home
  • Location: 5F, No. 94, Chilingtou New Village, Bulong Road, Longhua Distriact.
  • Phone: + 86-159-1984-6265
  • Contact: Aurora3DPrinting@gmail.com (Sales).
  • About: Shenzhen Aurora Technology Co., Ltd. is the first batch enterprises of specializing in the developing and manufacturing of desktop 3D printer in China. Aurora is also one of the sponsors of Guangdong 3D printer Association.
  • Most sold Model:

    AURORA Commercial Grade 3D Printer A-8

7) Autodesk – San Rafael, California, USA

  • Websitehttps://ember.autodesk.com/ ; http://www.autodesk.com/
  • Founded: 1982
  • Type: Idustrial
  • Location: 100 Commercial Street Manchester, NH  03101, United States of America (USA)
  • Phone: 603-621-3100, Fax: 603-621-3383
  • Key people: Jhon Walker (Founder)
  • About: Ember  3D printer by Autodesk uses high-resolution digital light processing SLA technology. As part of an open 3d printing platform, Ember can work with a variety of resins.
  • Most sold Model:


  • Economic Status:
  • Incomes 5 495 million (2016)
    Benenefit 1 415 million (2016)
    Benefit neto 1 150 millions (2016)


  • Website: https://www.bcn3dtechnologies.com/en/
  • Founded: 2013
  • Type: Home
  • Location: C/ Esteve Terradas, 1, 08860 Castelldefels, Barcelona
  • Contact:  (00) +34 934 137 088
  • Key people: Prof Roger Uceda. (CEO)
  • About: Based in sunny Barcelona, 3D printing company BCN3D is flying the flag for open source and education. With machines like the BCN3D Sigma, they are proving that filament deposition 3D printers are still capable of innovation while reaffirming their dedication to the RepRap movement — the BCN3D Sigma is fully open source.
  • Most sold Model:
Bcn3D Ignis

9) Beam – Strasbourg, France.

  • Website: http://beam-machines.fr/wlg/en
  • Founded: 2012
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location: 5101 Creek Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45242, EE. UU.; 8 Rue Schertz, 67100 Strasbourg, France.
  •  Keypeople: Emeric d’Arcimoles (CEO) and Emmanuel Laubriat (Executive Vice-President Business Development and co-founder).
  • About: BeAM is a French company manufacturing industrial metal 3D printers/additive manufacturing machines using the LMD technology (Laser Metal Deposition) which allows direct manufacturing of metal parts directly from CAD files.
  • Services: Aeronautical parts repairing & Manufacturing.
  • Most sold model:

    magic 2.0

10) Bigrep- Berlin, Germany.

  • Website: https://bigrep.com/
  • Founded: 2014
  • Type: Home & Industrial
  • Location: GneisenaustrasBe 66, 10961 Berlin Germany
  • Contact:  Phone +49 30 20 84 82 60, Fax +49 03 02 08 48 26 99
  • Key people: Rene Gurka (CEO)
  • About: BigRep developed and commercialized the biggest filament deposition 3D printer to date. The BigRep One boasts a build volume of 1m³ and has found favor with engineers, architects, and designers that can now economically 3D print large parts, to scale, in a single build.
  • Company size: 51 to 200 employees.
  • Most sold Model:


11) Blueprinter – Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Website: http://blueprinter-powder-3dprinter.co.uk/
  • Founded: 2009
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location: Blueprinter
    Esromgade 15
    Entrance 1, 5th floor
    DK-2200 Copenhagen N
    Denmark (CVR 32365590)
  • Contact: info@blueprinter.dk
  • Phone: +45 7199 1415
  • Keypeople: Niels Appel, CEO (na@blueprinter.dk); Torben B. Lange, CTO (tbl@blueprinter.dk).
  • Employes: 11 – 50
  • About: The Blueprinter uses Selective Heat Sintering™ (SHS™) technology, which uses a low cost commercial thermal print head as opposed to expensive lasers; The cost of professional high quality 3D printing has been drastically reduced: Average cost pr. print: 0,18 EUR pr. cm. Is a 3D printer for engineers, designers and architects, as well as manufacturers and construction companies.
  • Most sold model:

12) Carbon – Redwood City, California

  • Website: http://www.carbon3d.com/
  • Founded: 2014
  • Type: Home & Industrial
  • Location: 312 Chestnut Street, Redwood City, California, United States
  • Contact: info@carbon3d.compr@carbon3d.com
  • Key people: Joe Desimone CEO
  • About: Carbon (legally Carbon3D Inc.) is a technology company and manufacturer. It manufactures and develops 3D printers utilizing the Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) process, with their first commercial product being the M1.
  • Company size: 51 to 200 employees.
  • Most sold Model:


13) Carima – Seoul, Korea

  • Website: http://www.carima.com/eng/html/main/main.php
  • Founded: 2000
  • Type: Home/Industrial
  • Phone: (Product and sales) 82-70-4044-3760 (9:00AM-6:00PM UTC+09:00, Monday-Friday)
  • Contact: sales@carima.co.kr
  • Key people: B. K. Lee
  • About: Carima Co.,Ltd. is a company with 33 cumulative years of experience that developed the first DLP printer in Korea with investment capital of $18 million; Their new 3D printers are priced at $5,500 USD. The popular South Korean company has been rated 7th in the world for industrial 3D printing market share.
  • Most sold Model:

    C-CAT DLP 3D printer

14) ComeTrue3D- Taiwan

  • Websitehttp://www.cometrue3d.com/en/
  • Founded: 2015
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location: Taiwan
  • Contact: http://www.cometrue3d.com/en/contact/ WEB only or Distributors
  • About: ComeTrue is a new desktop binder jetting 3D printer that benefits from the integration of Microjet’s proprietary inkjet printhead technology.
  • Most sold Model:

    ComeTrue® T10

15) concept laser – Lichtenfels, Germany

  • Website: https://www.concept-laser.de/en/home.html
  • Founded: 2000
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location: Concept Laser GmbH
    An der Zeil 8
    96215 Lichtenfels
  • Contact: info@concept-laser.de
  • Phone: +49 (0) 9571 1679-0
    Fax: +49 (0) 9571 1679-499
  • Keypeople: Frank Herzog, President & CEO.
  • About: Concept Laser GmbH, founded in 2000 by Frank Herzog, provides machines and plant technology for the 3D printing of metal components through patented LaserCUSING® process – powder-bed-based-laser melting of metals – Concept Laser’s 3D metal printers process, among other materials, powder materials of stainless steel and hot-work steels, aluminum and titanium alloys and precious metals.
  • Most sold model:

    M2 cusing

  • X LINE 2000R
  • Economic status: Concept Laser company was put up for sale by its founder in 2016; In other things, the company’s sales rose by an astounding 54% from 2014, and its total number of machines ordered rose by 46% from 110 machines in 2014 to 161 machines in 2015.

16) CRP Group – Modena, Italy

  • Website: http://www.crptechnology.com/
  • Founded: 1996
  • Type: Industrial
  • Contact: TEL +39 059821135
  • About:  The CRP Group is an Italian industrial group specializing in additive manufacturing, Rapid Prototyping and high precision machining services in the motorsport, automotive, space, boating, design, medical and UAV sectors.
  • Most sold Model:

    Windform materials

17) Cytosurge – Opfikon, Switzerland

  • Websitehttps://www.cytosurge.com/
  • Founded: 2009
  • Type: Industrial & Science
  • Location:  Saegereistrasse 25, 8152 Glattbrugg, Switzerland
  • Contact: +41445331450, +41445331459, info@cytosurge.com
  • Key people: Dr. Michael Gabi (CTO) and Dr. Pascal Behr (CEO).
  • About: Cytosurge is an ETH Zurich spin-off that provides a new generation of tools to stimulate novel applications at the forefront of nanotechnology, additive manufacturing, life sciences and single cell biology.
  • Company size: 1 to 50 employees.
  • Most sold model: services.
  • Fluids inks for 3d printers

18) envisionTEC – Gladbeck, Germany

  • Website: https://envisiontec.com/
  • Founded: 2002
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location: ENVISIONTEC, INC. 15162 S. Commerce Dr. Dearborn, MI 48120, USA
  • Contact: +1-313-436-4300
  • About: EnvisionTEC is a privately held global company that develops, manufactures and sells more than 40 models of 3D printers that are focused on commercial and industrial markets only.
  • Economic status: $10 to $25 million (USD) per year.
  • Company size: 51 to 200 employees.
  • Most sold Model:
           Micro Plus Hi-Res


19) ExOne – USA

  • Website: http://www.exone.com/
  • Founded: 2005
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location: global corporate headquarters (9 locations more):
  • Mid-Atlantic
  • 127 Industry Boulevard
    North Huntingdon, PA 15642
  • Phone: +1 877 773 9663
  • +1 724 863 9663
  • ExOne Sweden AB
  • Banarpsgatan 43 B
    Jönköping 55333
  • Phone: +46 70 0628 916
  • Keypeople: Bradley D. Veatch, PE / President & CEO, ToughWare PRX, USA.
  • About: The ExOne Company was founded in 2005 as a spin-off of Extrude Hone Corporation, a global supplier and developer of precision nontraditional machining processes and automated systems for more than 50 years; ExOne global corporate headquarters is based just outside of Pittsburgh in North Huntingdon, PA, with close to 100 full-time employees, a machine build center for metal 3D printers and research and development lab. It also houses the Mid-Atlantic Production Service Center (PSC) for the printing of metal parts.
  • Economic status: $25 to $50 million (USD) per year.
  • Company size: 201 to 500 employees.
  • Most sold models and services: Production printers, prototyping printers, research & education printers; currently supplies services, systems and solutions for manufacturing in the digital age, including three-dimensional printing in industrial grade materials such as sand and metals.

20) Formlabs – Somerville, Massachusetts, USA

  • Website: https://formlabs.com/
  • Founded: 2011
  • Type: Home
  • Location: Somerville, Massachusetts, United States
  • Contact: +1 617 702 8476 (Sales)
  • Key people: Maxim Lobovsky, David Cranor, Natan Linder
  • About: Formlabs designs and manufactures desktop 3D printers, and is well known for raising nearly $3 million in a Kickstarter campaign ( one of the most highly funded crowdfunding projects of all time).
  • Economic status: Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year.
  • Company size: 51 to 200 employees.
  • Most sold Model:
                            FORM 1

                                     FORM 2

21) Full Spectrum Laser – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

  • Website: https://fslaser.com/Products/Printers
  • Type: Home
  • Location: 6216 S Sandhill Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89120
    Telephone: 702-802-3100
    Fax: 702-987-0150
    Hours: M-F 7am-6pm PST, excluding holidays
  • Phone: 702-802-3101
  • Sales contact: sales@fslaser.com
  • About: Full Spectrum Laser design, manufacture, and retail a full range of consumer and industrial grade laser cutters, engravers, and 3D printers. FSL creates highly-competitive products in both price and performance through an emphasis on innovation and design excellence. The Company employs over 50 people with its product assembly, sales, customer support, logistics, and administrative departments all located in Las Vegas.
  • Economic status: Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year.
  • Company size: 1 to 50 employees.
  • Most sold model:

    Pegasus Touch

22) Fusion3 – Greensboro, North Carolina, USA

  • Website: https://www.fusion3design.com/
  • Founded: 2013
  • Type: Home
  • Location: LLC 2700 Liberty Road Greensboro, NC 27406
  • Contact: sales@fusion3design.com
  • Key people: Chris Padgett (CEO)
  • About: Fusion3 is a Greensboro, North Carolina company which manufactures 3D printers for commercial and education use. It was started by North Carolina State University Alumnus Chris Padgett who after building several kit 3D printers, developed a proprietary linear motion process to improve upon the existing, open source 3D printer designs.
  • Most sold Model:


  • 306 Single Extruder

    F-306 Dual Extruder

23) Hyrel 3D – Norcross, Georgia, USA

  • Websitehttp://www.hyrel3d.com/
  • Founded: 2012
  • Type: Home & Industrial
  • Location: 2900 Cole Court, Norcross, GA 30071
  • Contact: Skype: hy.rel, Phone#: 404-914-1748, Email: hyrel3d@hyrel3d.com
  • Key people: Karl Gifford (Chief Technology Officer)
  • About: Hyrel 3D is a suburban Atlanta, GA company which manufactures 3D Printers for home, office and industrial settings. The company sought initial backing through a Kickstarter campaign, launched on September 6, 2012, which received over 300% of the $50,000.00 funding goal.
  • Most sold Model:
                      SYSTEM 30M

    MODEL 16 A

24) IdeasDisruptivas– Mexico

  • Website: http://ideasdisruptivas.com/
  • Founded: 2012
  • Type: Makerspace
  • Contact: contacto@ideasdisruptivas.com
  • Key people: Lino Romero (Founder and director)
  • About: We offer the opportunity to create, we count whit the infrastructure and qualified personal to materialize your ideas trough specialized projects and capacitation also equipment and laboratories of digital manufacture.
  • Most sold Model: Zortrax (Distributors). They also created its own model but only for educational purposes (apparently).
  • ZortraxM200

25) insstek – Eschborn, Germany

  • Website: http://www.insstek.de/en/
  • Founded: 2001
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location: nssTek Europe GmbH

Mergenthaler Allee 77
65760 Eschborn

  • Phone: +49 6196 969 6834
    Fax: +49 6196 775 2388
  • Contact: info@insstek.de
  • About: After successful development of 3D metal printing technology for complex geometries in 1999 InssTek Inc. was established in 2001 with the aim of developing and commercializing the DMT 3D metal printing technology. DMT 3D metal printing technology produces complex and functional 3D metal parts and structures using high power laser and commercially available metal powders.
  • Economic status: *stopped all activity in Europe. Problems of personnel and technical nature.

26) Kikai Labs – Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Websitehttp://kikailabs.com.ar/
  • Type: Home
  • Location:  Lavalleja 33, 5000 Córdoba, Córdoba
  • Contact: info@kikailabs.com.ar
  • Phone: +54 351 15 239 5982 (Official Distributor)
  • Key people:  Benjamín Gonzáles Cobresi (Official Distributor)
  • About:Kikai Labs is an Argentinian company that produces Desktop 3D printers (FABBER M11 and Maker T 200)
  • Most sold Model:

                                                                                                  Maker T 200

27) M3D – Fulton, Maryland, USA

  • Website: printm3d.com
  • Founded: 2012
  • Type: Home
  • Location: 11850 West Market Place Suite M; Fulton MD 20759 (Employees Only’s)
  • Contact:  (301) -490-5001
  • Key people: David Jones (Co-Founder) and Dr. Michail Armani (Co-Founder)
  • About: M3D, LLC is an American manufacturer of 3D printers in Fulton, Maryland. The company was founded by David Jones and Michael Armani, natives of Maryland and both graduates of the University of Maryland, College Park.
  • Economic Status: M3D sold more than 11,000 printers and raised over $3.4 million during its one­month debut on Kickstarter.
  • Most sold Model:
  • Micro series

28) Made in space – Moffett Field CA, USA.

  • Website: http://www.madeinspace.us/
  • Founded:2010
  • Type: Science
  • Location: Made In Space
    153 Dailey Rd.
    Moffett Field, CA 94035
  • Contact: General: info@madeinspace.us; Business: business@madeinspace.us
  • Key people: Co-founded by Jason Dunn (CTO) and Michael Snyder (Chief Engineer). President is Andrew Rush.
  • About: Working in partnership with NASA to prove out the advantages of manufacturing in zero gravity, the current research focus is on the International Space Station (ISS) ahead of taking additive technology further afield to even harsher environments on distant planets. Currently, Made In Space has developed a zero-gravity 3D printer, a microgravity-optimized, miniature fiber drawing system, and the R3DO — a zero-gravity material recycler.
  • Economic status: Revenue Less than $1 million (USD) per year.
  • Company size: 1 to 50 employees.
  • Most sold model:
  • Tactical 3D printer

29) MakerBot – Brooklyn, New York, USA

  • Website: https://www.makerbot.com/
  • Founded:  2009
  • Type: Home
  • Location:  LLC One MetroTech Center, 21st Fl, Brooklyn, NY 11201 USA, MakerBot Division, Airport Boulevard B 120, 77836 Rheinmünster Germany
  • Phone+1 347 334 6800
  • Contacteu-contact@makerbot.com
  • Key people:  Jhonathan Jaglon (CEO)
  • About: On June 19, 2013, Stratasys Incorporated announced that it had acquired MakerBot in a stock deal worth $403 million, based on the current share value of Stratasys.
  • Economic status: Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year.
  • Company size: 201 to 500 employees.
  • Most sold Model:
  •                                 Replicator+

30) MakerMex – Mexico

  • Website:  http://makermex.com/page/homepage
  • Founded: 2012
  • Type: Home
  • Contact: +52 (477) 258-7003,  +52(477) 758-4097, info@makermex.com
  • Key people: Luis Arturo Pacheco (Co-Founder)
  • About: 1st Mexican Enterprise in develop and manufacturing of 3D printers with Mexican Talent. Makermex is the leader on Digital Manufacture in Mexico
  • Most sold Model:


31) Markforged – USA

  • Websitehttps://markforged.com/
  • Founded: 2013
  • Type: Industrial
  • Contact: Only by website
  • Key people: Founder & CEO, Gregory Mark.
  • About: Markforged was the first 3D printer company to focus on processing composite, reinforced materials. Their filament deposition platform can work with proprietary reinforced filament materials that incorporate carbon fiber, fiberglass, and even Kevlar.
  • Most sold Model: Onyx serie

32) Materialise NV – Leuven, Belgium

  • Website: http://www.materialise.com/
  • Founded: 1990
  • Type: Industrial
  • Global headquarter: Materialise HQ (The company has operations in Europe, Asia-Pacific and America).Technologielaan 15
    3001 Leuven
  • Phone: +32 16 39 66 11
    Fax: +32 16 39 66 00
    VAT: BE 0441.131.254
  • Phone: +46 768 155 885 (Sweden)
  • Key people: Fried Vancraen (CEO)
  • About: Materialise was founded in June 1990 by Wilfried Vancraen as a spin-off of the KU Leuven, and was the first Rapid Prototyping Service Bureau in the Benelux region.
  • Economic status: $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
  • Size: 201 to 500 employees
  • Most sold Model:  SERVICES; Materialise NV (Materialise) is a software company. The company develops and offers software and hardware infrastructure products. It offers products and services for engineering professionals, medical professionals and consumers.

33) Mundo Reader – Las Rozas, Spain *Brand is BQ Witbox

  • Websitehttps://www.bq.com/en/3d-world https://www.bq.com/en/
  • Founded: 2009
  • Type: Home
  • Location: Calle Sofía, 10Parque Industrial y Tecnológico EuropolisLas Rozas de Madrid,  28232. Spain
  • Phone: 34 917 87 58 68
  • About: Mundo Reader, S.L., trading as BQ (often stylised bq), is a Spanish producer of smartphones, tablets, electronic readers, and 3-D printers founded in 2009.
  • Size: 501 to 1000 employees
  • Economic Status:The company posted revenues of EUR 244 million in 2015, up 20% on the year-earlier result. In 2014, the company had a total revenue of 202.5 million euro.The company had 1,028 employees in 2014.BQ sold about 400,000 handsets in 2013, having 3 percent of Spain’s smartphone market in 2013, of about 12 million units.
  • Most sold model:
    BQ Hephestos

    BQ Prusa i3 Hephestos

34) Nano dimensions – Israel

  • Websitehttp://www.nano-di.com/
  • Founded: 2012
  • Type: Home Research
  • Location: (mailing address) 2 Ilan Ramon St. Ness-Ziona Science Park Ness Ziona 7403635, Israel.
  • Contacthttp://www.nano-di.com/contact-us WEB ONLY
  • Key people:  Amit Dror (CEO); Sharon Fima (CTO).
  • About: Nano Dimension Ltd. is focused on the research and development of advanced 3D printed electronics and has very recently introduced a 3D printer for multilayer printed circuit boards, and the development of nanotechnology-based conductive and dielectric inks, which are complementary products for 3D printers.
  • Most sold Model:
    Dragonfly 2020

35) Printrbot-  Lincoln, California, USA.

  • Website: http://printrbot.com/
  • Founded: 2011
  • Type: Home
  • Location: 1331 Aviation Blvd, Suite 100 Lincoln, CA 95648
  • Contact:  https://printrbot.zendesk.com/hc/en-us (WEB ONLY).
  • Key people: Brook Drumm.(CEO)
  • About: Printrbot is one of the earliest pioneers of desktop 3D printing. It is among the most widely recognized brands for consumer 3D printers in America — and it is probably the most widely praised. Printrbot uses fused deposition modelling. Since creation, the original Printrbot has been discontinued and replaced with newer versions which vary in price, size and functionality.
  • Economic status: Back in April 2012, Printrbot was the most funded technology project on Kickstarter after receiving $830,827 USD in December 2011.
  • Most sold Model: Current model

New 2016 Simple

36) Proto Labs – Maple Plain, Minnesota.

  • Website: https://www.protolabs.com/
  • Founded: 1999
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location: Global headquarters (other 12 locations): Proto Labs, Inc.
    5540 Pioneer Creek Drive
    Maple Plain, MN 55359
    United States
  • Phone: 877.479.3680
    F: 763.479.2679
  • Keypeople: Larry Lukis; Vicki Holt (CEO).
  • About:The ProtoMold Company provides rapid manufacturing of low-volume 3-D printed, CNC-machined and injection-molded custom parts for prototyping and short-run production. Markets like medical devices, electronics, appliances, automotive and consumer products use these parts. The company also has a fully operational manufacturing facility in England and Japan.
  • Most sold model: 3D Printing Services: Stereolithography, Selective Laser Sintering; Direct Metal Laser Sintering.
  • Economic status:

Revenue: $264 million (2015); $100 to $500 million (USD) per year.

Number of employees: 1001 to 5000 employees (1000 employees during 2014).

37) Qidi Technology – China

  • Website: http://www.qd3dprinter.com/en/
  • Founded: 2014
  • Type: Home
  • Location: Ruian,Zhejiang Province, China.
  • Phone: 0577-58864663 (Investments)
  • About: Technology of Makerbot 3D printer is adopted by Qidi Technology Co., Ltd. by cooperating with college’s professor team in China. They developed and updated the printing nozzle which has its own independent patent now. The key parts of their 3D printer are all imported from abroad.
  • Company ize: 11 to 50 employees.
  • Most sold Model: Avatar Series is their flagship products
  •               AvatarI

38) Rize3D – USA

  • Website: http://www.rize3d.com/
  • Founded: 2016
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location:Rize Inc. 4C Gill Street, Woburn, MA 01801, USA
  • Contact: +1 978-699-3085
  • Julie Reece, VP of Marketing
  • Key people:  Frank Marangell (CEO), Eugene Giller (Co-founder) & Leonid Raiz (Co-founder).
  • About: in July 2016, Rize introduced the Rize One 3D printer, which is utilizing a new and proprietary process, namely Augmented Polymer Deposition or APD, and running a new, proprietary material: Rizium One. The main USP for APD is “zero post-processing” but another impressive one is the 3D printer’s pre-processing software.
  • Most sold Model:

    Rize One 3D printer

39) Robo3D – San Diego, California, USA

  • Website: https://robo3d.com/
  • Founded: 2002
  • Type: Home
  • Location: San Diego, California
  • Contact: 24/7 help line  844-476-2633
  • Key people: https://www.linkedin.com/in/braydonmoreno (Founder)
  • About:ROBO 3D is a company that focuses on the product development of retail 3D printers located in San Diego, California. The R1, ROBO 3D’s printer model, utilizes an open source ideology and is compatible with a variety of 3D modelling software. The  beginning product development goal was to create a cheaper alternative to the current leading 3D printing brands.
  • Economic status: Originally a Kickstarter project that amassed almost $650,000. The R1 is a low-cost, open source and easy to use 3D printer.
  • Most sold Model: R1+Plus 3D Printer (Refurbished)

40) Sciaky, Inc. – Chicago, Illinois, USA

  • Website: http://www.sciaky.com/
  • Founded: Established in 1939
  • Type: Industrial metal
  • Location: Sciaky, Inc.
    4915 W 67th St.
    Chicago, IL 6063
  • Phone: 1+877-450-2518
    Fax: 1+708-594-9213
  • About: Phillips Service Industries Inc. (PSI) acquired Sciaky in 1994. Sciaky is based in Chicago, IL, USA. Its welding systems and EBAM™ industrial 3d printing machines are distributed internationally and found in manufacturing plants and advanced research and development facilities around the world.
  • Economic status: $10 to $25 million (USD) per year.
  • Size: 1 to 50 employees.
  • Most sold Model: Services on Metal 3D Printing.

41) SeeMeCNC – USA

  • Website: https://www.seemecnc.com/
  • Founded: 2011
  • Type: Home
  • Location: 65695 US Highway 33
    Goshen, IN 46526
  • Keypeople: Steve Wygant, President & CEO; John Olafson, VP
  • About: SeeMeCNC are the manufacturers of the delta style Rostock Max. Originally starting as an Indiegogo campaign it raised 777% of its original target. This reasonably priced, Delta type printer has a build volume with a diameter of 28 cm. and a height of 33 cm. It prints with a speed of 60 mm/s and a resolution of 20 microns.
  • Most sold model:

    Delta style Rostock Max

42) Stratasys – Minneapolis, Minnesota, US

    • Website: http://www.stratasys.com/
    • Founded: 1988
    • Type: Industrial
    • Location: 7665 Commerce Way Eden Prairie, MN 55344
    • Phone: +1 952-937-3000, Fax: +1 952-937-0070
    • Key people: Illan Levin (CEO)
    • About:Stratasys manufactures in-office prototyping and direct digital manufacturing systems for automotive, aerospace, industrial, recreational, electronic, medical and consumer product OEMs.
    • Most sold Model: Ideas Series Printer’s

  • Economic Status:
    Revenue US$ 696.0 Million (2015)
    Operating income US$ 29.01 million (2011)
    Net income US$ 20.63 million (2011)
    Number of employees 2800 (2015)
    Subsidiaries Objet Geometries
    RedEye On Demand
    Dimension Printing

43) Ultimaker – Geldermalsen, Netherlands

  • Website:  www.ultimaker.com
  • Founded: 2011
  • Type: Home
  • Location: Watermolenweg 2, 4191 PN Geldermalsen, The Netherlands
  • Phone+31 345 712017
  • Contact:  info@ultimaker.com
  • About: Ultimaker is a is a Dutch 3D printer manufacturer. Their product line includes the Ultimaker 2 family, ultimaker 3 family and the Ultimaker Original.
  • Economic status: $25 to $50 million (USD) per year.
  • Size: 51 to 200 employees.
  • Most sold Model:

Ultimaker Original

44) Velleman – Gavere, East Flanders, Belgium.

  • Website: http://vertex3dprinter.eu/ ; http://www.velleman.eu/
  • Founded: 1975 (incorporated as Velleman NV in the 1980s)
  • Type: Home (DIY)
  • Location: Legen Heirweg 33
    B-9890 GAVERE
    Belgium (Europe)
    BE 0437 553 637
  • Contact: sales@velleman.eu
  • Phone: +32 (0)9 384 36 11
    Fax (Velleman): +32 (0)9 389 93 35
  • About: Velleman is a Belgian producer and distributor of electronics, in particular for hobbyists. They specifically offer The Vertex 3D printers and spare parts. In a blog post introducing the products, RadioShack claimed Velleman to be “the undisputed leader in do-it-yourself kits and components”.
  • Most sold Model:

                              Vertex 3D printers

  • Economic Status: has 165 employees worldwide and a turnover of 37 million euros (2009)

45) Voxel8 – Somerville, MA, USA.

  • Websitehttp://www.voxel8.com/
  • Founded: 2014
  • Type: Home
  • Location: 24 Park Street, Suite 8 Somerville, MA 02143
  • Contact: +1 (857) 997 0005
  • Key people: Founder, Jennifer Lewis. Co-founders Michael Bell, Travis Busbee, and Jack Minardi.
  • About: The team behind Voxel8 were born out of the “The Lewis Group” at Harvard University (previously Illinois University). The core additive technology platform from the team demonstrates advances in multi-material manufacturing most notably with conductive inks for printed electronics.
  • Company Size: 1 to 50 employees.
  • Most sold Model: Voxel8 Pro Printer

46) Voxeljet – Friedberg, Germany

  • Website: http://www.voxeljet.de/en/
  • Founded: 1999
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location:Voxeljet AG

    Paul-Lenz-Straße 1a
    86316 Friedberg

  • Contact: info@voxeljet.com
  • Phone: +49 821 7483 100
    Fax +49 821 7483 111
  • Key people: Dr. Ingo Ederer, CEO; Rudolf Franz, COO/CFO
  • About: voxeljet is a leading manufacturer of 3D printing systems for industrial applications and is specialized on Powder-Binder-Jetting of plastic and sand.
  • Economic status: $10 to $25 million (USD) per year.
  • Size: 201 to 500 employees.
  • Most sold Model:

47) Wanhao – Miami Florida, USA

  • Website: http://wanhaousa.com/
  • Founded: 2011
  • Type: Home
  • Contact: support@wanhaousa.com
  • Location: 14262 SW 140th Street, Suite 101, Miami, Florida 33186.
  •  About: Wanhao 3D printer was founded in 2011 to provide affordable 3D printers to makers, DIYers, and educators throughout the world. Through its expertise in rapid product development, the Company has continued to iterate its products to provide increasing value and functionality to its customers; On 1st Oct WANHAO Replicate the Thing-O-Matic and named it DUPLICATOR ONE. This 1st Generation Made In China 3D printer has combined most of the advantage of RepRap and Makerbot, and upgrade the extruder to Non Block one.
  • Annual Turnover:
    US$ 250,000 – 499,999
  • Most sold model:

    wanhao duplicator i3

48) Wasp – Italy

  • Website: http://www.wasproject.it/w/en/#2040en
  • Founded: 2012
  • Type: Home & Industrial
  • Location: Italy,VIALEVIALE ZAGANELLI, 26 – 48024 MASSA LOMBARDA (RA)
  • Contact: info@wasproject.it
  • Phone: +39 0545 82966
  • Key people: Massimo Moretti (Founder)
  • Summary: Operating as a non-profit, WASP develops and sells various sizes of delta 3D printers to finance the greater vision, which has proven itself several times and is currently in use in Italy. Offering some of the best, low-cost delta 3D printers that can support an efficient system for the pneumatic extrusion of clay, the organization has recently begun expansion overseas to the US market.
  • Most sold model:
  • Delta Wasp 20 40

49) Zortrax – Olsztyn, Poland

  • Website: https://zortrax.com/
  • Founded: Work on M200 started in 2011
  • Type: Home
  • Contact: (Media) Marcin Niedzielski marcin.niedzielski@zortrax.com
  • Phone: +48 514 185 312 (Media).
  • Key people: Tomasiak (CEO), Marcin Olchanowski (CTO), Karolina Bołądź (COO)
  • About: Zortrax is a Polish manufacturer of 3D printers and filaments for SMB market and rapid prototyping for industries, including robotics and automation, architecture, industrial design, engineering, aviation, industrial automation. Zortrax machines work with dedicated software, firmware and filaments.
  • Most sold Model:

    Zortrax M200

  • Economic Status: 160 partners from 50 countries on 6 continents; printing materials sold resulting in 87% quarterly growth of sales of printing materials; 180 000 USD gained during the kickstarter campaign supported by over 140 backers.

50) ZYYX – Gothenburg, Sweden

  • Website: http://www.zyyx3dprinter.com/
  • Founded: 2013
  • Type: Home
  • Contact: Global info@zyyx3dprinter.com
  • Phone:+46 31 799 57 17
  • Location:
  • Key people:
  • About: Magicfirm Europe AB, based in Gothenburg, Sweden, was founded in September of 2013. The Chinese 3D printer manufacturer Magicfirm LLC was made a shareholder in the company to strengthen the brand. Gothenburg has a long, proud tradition of economic ties with China, from the establishment of the Swedish East India Company in 1731 for trading with Shanghai, up to the recent purchase of Volvo Cars by the Chinese car maker Geely. The Magicfirm Europe office is located next to Chalmers University of Technology, at the premises of the Chalmers Innovation incubator. The website is published by Magicfirm Europe AB. Company number 556941-6729. Registered in Sweden.
  • Contacts: Mats Moosberg, CEO of Magicfirm Europe, +46 737 28 48 55, mats.moosberg@magicfirm.eu
  • Most sold Model:


51) IMADE3D – Blue Grass, Virginia

  • Website: imade3d.com
  • Founded: 2015
  • Type: Home (education)
  • Location: Vienna, VA in Fairfax county
  • Manufacturing: Blue Grass, VA in Virginia’s Little Switzerland: Highland County.
  • Contact: info@imade3d.com
  • About: IMADE3D fields go from education, 3D printing, engineering, innovation to learning and mechatronics.
  • Company Size: 1 to 10 employees
  • Most sold model:


52) Prusa Research – Prague, Czech Republic.

  • Founded: 2009
  • Type: Home (open source).
  • Location: based in Prague 8
  • Contact: info@prusa3d.com
  • Phone: +420 222 263 718
  • Key people: Josef Průša (CEO and Founder of Prusa Research)
  • Twitter account: @josefprusa
  • About: Prusas are the most globally purchased 3D printers according to 3Dhubs and maybe its success is directly related to the fact that all parts of their printers are completely Open Source. As part of the Rep Rap project, its founder, Josed Průša, joined in 2009 and nowadays there are over a third of the customers in the USA. Their product’s quality competes with Lulzbot and PrintrBot.
  • Company size: 37  to 60 employees. Prusa Research grew 3 times during  the release of the Original Prusa i3 MK2 kit.
  • Economic status: Currently manufacturing over 1,000 3D printers a month.
  • Most popular model:
Prusa i3 MK2

53) Raise3D – Santa Clara, CA, USA.

  • Website:  http://raise3d.com
  • Type: Industrial
  • Location: 2398 Walsh Ave, Santa Clara, CA 95051, USA
  • Contact: inquiry@raise3d.com
  • Phone: + 1-888-963-9028; Working Hours: 10 AM – 4 PM (PT)
  • About: Raise3D, Inc. is a professional designer and manufacturer of FFF 3D printer in the world, which consolidates talents from Fortune 500 and  universities such as MIT, Fudan University, and focus on technology research and application of 3d printing. Raise3D also provides products and service to customers in the industrial field. It sets up offices in USA, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and Korea.
  • Most sold model:
N2 Plus

54) Lulzbot – Loveland, Colorado, USA.

  • Website:  https://www.lulzbot.com/
  • Type: Home
  • Location626 West 66th Street Loveland, Colorado 80538 USA
  • Contactinfo@lulzbot.com
  • Phone: +1-970-377-1111; Working Hours:  Friday at 2 PM Mountain Time (holidays excluded)
  • About: Lulzbot is an Aleph Objects, Inc. Internet store selling materials, hardware, electronics, and tools for RepRap 3D printers. LulzBot is based in Loveland, Colorado, USA and ships from the US and the UK.
  • Most sold model: Prusa Mendel.
Prusa Mendel

55) Tevo – China.

  • Website: https://tevo3dprinterstore.com
  • Type: Home
  • Location: China
  • Contact: https://www.facebook.com/pg/Tevo3d/
  • Phone:+86 159 1743 5678
  • About Ltd: Official Professional manufacturer of  leading Tevo Tarantula and Tevo Black Widow Openbuild large build 3D Printer DIY Kits. Described like an emerging professional cross-border E-business Company.
  • Most sold model: TEVO Tarantula.
Tevo Tarantula

56) Ibox – Melbourne, Florida

  • Website: http://www.iboxprinters.com/
  • Type: Home
  • Location: Melbourne, Florida.
  • Contactsales@iboxprinters.com [This account is monitored by the iBox Sales team and only respond to sales questions. We strive for 24-48 business hour responses in most cases.]
  • Phone: + 1-888-963-9028; Working Hours: 10 AM – 4 PM (PT)
  • About:  iBox Printers develops and sells 3D printer solutions focusing on the large and growing home 3D printing and maker market segment.
  • Companie size: 1 to 50 employees.
    Economic status: Less than $1 million (USD) per year.
  • Most sold model: Ibox Nano.
Ibox nano

57) Wombot – Australia

  • Website:  http://www.wombot.com.au/
  • Type: Home
  • Location: Aurarum, Unit 9, 2-22 Kirkham road West, Keysborough 3173 (New location).
  • Contact: support@aurarum.com.au
  • Phone: +61 3 8822 3606
  • About: no information to show.
  • Most sold model: Wombot modus
Wombot modus

58) Flashforge – Zhejiang, China.

  • Website: http://www.flashforge.com/
  • Type: Home & Industrial
  • Location: No.518, Xianyuan Road, Jinhua,
  • Contacthttp://www.flashforge.com/support-center/
  • Phone: +86 0579-82273989 Working Hours: 8:00 A.M.-17:00 P.M. Beijing Time (GMT+8)
  • About: FlashForge has been a well-known name in the world of 3D printing ever since it started to develop open-sourced 3D printers and surpassed other open-sourced brands in quality and affordability. FlashForge has become more renowned that one of the world’s famous company adapted its closed model–Dreamer into one of their own.
  • Most sold model: New creator pro.
New creator pro

59) Makegear – Beachwood, Ohio, USA.

  • Website:  http://www.makergear.com/
  • Type: Home & Industrial
  • Location: 23632 Mercantile Rd. Unit G Beachwood, OH 44122 USA
  • Contacthttp://www.makergear.com/pages/contact-us
  • Phone: +1 216-765-0030
  • About:  MakerGear products are tools, not toys. The MakerGear M2, for example, is designed, engineered, manufactured, and inspected according to standards that ensure optimal performance for professionals and innovators— from designers, engineers, and architects to teachers and business owners, as well as hobbyists, DIY enthusiasts, and costume designers — in dozens of industrial applications.
  • Economic Status: $1 to $5 million (USD) per year.
  • Company Size: 1 to 50 employees.
  • Most sold model: M2.
MakerGear M2

60) Monoprice – California, USA.

  • Website:  https://www.monoprice.com
  • Type: Home
  • Founded: 2002
  • Location: 11701 6th Street, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
  • Contact: https://www.monoprice.com/help?pn=contact
  • Phone877.271.2592 , Fax: 909.989.0078
  • About: Established in 2002, they have built a stellar reputation for product excellence and customer service.They offer over 6,500 high-quality, affordable electronics and accessories to professionals and consumers worldwide.
  • Company size: 201 to 500 employees.
  • Economic status:  $100 to $500 million (USD) per year (Subsidiary or Business Segment).
  • Most sold model: MP Select mini 3D printer , Maker Select 3D printer v2.
Maker Select 3D printer v2
Maker Select 3D printer v2

61.- Anet – Shenzhen, China.

  • Website:  https://www.3dprintersbay.com/vendors/anet-store
  • Type: Home
  • Location: 11701 6th Street, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
  • Contact: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1068531466501015/?fref=ts
  • About: Specialized in the R&D , design of 3D Printers , filaments and printer parts . We have the independent intellctual property rights of our products as well as core technology . Our printers have high accuracy of printing , compared to most of my peers . Our printers are popular abroad with thousands of printers sold per month . Since we get started , our priners have won reputation with its high quality and services. Sail with us and create brilliant tomorrow
  • Most sold model: Anet 3D High Precision Quality Reprap Prusa i3 DIY Kit, Anet Full Metal A2 3D Printer DIY Kit.
Anet 3D High Precision Quality Reprap Prusa i3 DIY Kit
Anet Full Metal A2 3D Printer DIY Kit


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  • cadams.2030

    You can not leave out Make magazine’s 2017 #1 choice for education, JellyBOX by IMADE3D in Blue Grass Virginia and #10 overall.


    • Daniel F

      Diana will watch this comment section and add what needs to be added 🙂 Thank you!

    • Diana Lizbeth

      Of course I’ll get an eye for this and each company suggested around so you guys can be sure the ones that are worth won’t be left out of the post 🙂 thanks for comment

      • Frostbite

        Please don’t forget the venerable RigidBot. Since the crash and burn of the original KS company Invent-A-Part, what was left of the company was obtained by Laser Weld Design.

        In the intervening time, they have released the upgraded RB2 Regular 10x10x10, which is currently on closeout, with the RB3 Regular 10x10x10 soon to be released.

        The entire RB series has a very large following as the Open Source design, using Marlin Software, with published STL’s easily avails itself to upgrades, mods and hacks. If anyone wants to see what can be done with a KS RB1, I would be happy to give my Mod List and post a pic of the current state of The Beast.


  • mperkins37

    Comprehensive,… ill take one of each lol

  • Fusion3

    Great list – appreciate your pulling this together.

    Can I suggest a change to the type? Currently seems to be:
    – Industrial
    – Home
    and a smattering of Desktop

    Instead something like:
    – Industrial ($10K+)
    – Commercial / Prosumer ($3000-$10000)
    – Consumer (<$3000)

    For instance, we at Fusion3 think of ourselves as "Commercial" as we have very few consumer / hobbyist customers. 95% are companies who can't afford industrial and consumer won't work for their needs.

    Also, please let me know if you'd like to speak to get any more information for our listing!

    • Daniel F

      Yes we will certainly look into it. Ill talk to Diana and we might do a static page instead of a post .

  • jvastine

    This is a good reference.

  • tpoage@mindspring.com

    Thanks for sharing this list. Wish I could buy one.

  • Matthew Horbund

    Nice list
    Please add Raise3D .. i love my N1! http://raise3d.com

  • versatileer

    Thank you so much for the listings. This is such a great database. I appreciate your sharing it with us.

  • Dawn


  • Ron

    Why is Prusa not listed?

  • Rick Rude

    What about Tiertime?

  • nicholas

    dremel also have several 3d printer models

  • Richard Bynum

    Just when I think I have a handle on 3D printing I find out I’ve only touched the surface of it!! I had NO clue of all these other companies! There are so many out there! I’ve saved this page and am going to check them all out this week. Most of them look like they are WAY out of my league (money wise)…I’m guessing they are the ones companies buy- not small time printers like me. But it’s cool to see them all in one place! Thanks!!