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YOUR FUTURE FACTORY
IS HERE

Transforming industries through digital manufacturing

of high-value products with complex supply chains.

THE LAKE™ PRINTER

The LAKE™ printer leads the next generation of additive manufacturing with a 10" x 12" x 24" build area and full 72µm resolution. 

Powered by our proprietary High-Area Rapid Printing (HARP™), the printer's Fluid Flow interface removes heat from the cure zone and replenished resin, enabling true continuous printing and high rates of production.

The high-intensity 385 nm LED light engine powers custom print processes and enables a wide breadth of materials.

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The HARP™ Technology

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TECHNOLOGY

The HARP™ technology features the world's only mobile, liquid-liquid interface. The active cooling maintains thermal consistency throughout the build, enabling new levels of scale and productivity while maintaining process control. Additionally, the constant flow opens the door to truly continuous printing.

CUSTOM MATERIALS

We offer an industry-leading breadth of materials. Since every application has different requirements and objectives, we work with our customers to formulate the material that meets their performance and economic needs.

Azul 3D's Materials Continuum

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Wilson Sporting Goods

Azul 3D and Wilson Sporting Goods Develop New 3D-Printed Pickleball Paddles

INNOVATION

Our technology enables innovative companies to create the next generation of additively manufactured products.

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A DIFFERENT APPROACH

We understand that every application has unique requirements and constraints. That's why we work directly with our partners to develop the specific material, process, and hardware solutions needed to create outcomes for their business.

Azul 3D By The Numbers

Enabling innovation at scale.

400+

Material formulations characterized

300 mm/hr

Printing

16M

Mirrors in the light engine

$28M

Funds raised to date

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