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Fortify is a Boston-based 3D printing company that has the goal to enable fabrication of composites with optimized microstructures

Fortify is a 3D printing company that has the goal to enable fabrication of composites with optimized micro-structures. The company was founded by Randall Erb, and Joshua Martin at Northeastern University, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

The company was established to bring optimized composites to engineers across the globe. They look to provide tooling, aerospace, and automotive applications. The company has patented a magnetic 3D printing process that creates optimized composites, and combines magnetics and digital light processing 3D printing to produce composite parts with ideal mechanical properties.

Fluxprint Technology is known for their additive manufacturing, and their method includes fibers that are magnetically aligned voxel by voxel to optimize the microstructure. The company decided to utilize 3D printing as a manufacturing tool as it allows faster lead times and is due to machined soft tooling. 3D printed mold tools enable designers to print and mold multiple iterations of a part and allows them to explore design until deciding on a final design.


May 25, 2021
Fortify and Rogers Corporation announces their partnership to enable additive manufacturing of low-loss dielectric materials for radio frequency (RF) devices and electronics.
March 2021
Fortify raises a $20,000,000 series B round from Cota Capital, NeoTribe Ventures and Prelude Ventures.
July 2019
Fortify raises a $10,000,000 series A round from Accel Partners, Mainspring Capital Partners, NeoTribe Ventures and Prelude Ventures.
January 2019
Fortify raises a $2,500,000 seed round from Carbon Ventures, Mainspring Capital Partners, McCune Capital, NeoTribe Ventures, Ocean Azul Partners, Prelude Ventures and River Valley Investors.
Fortify was founded by Andrew Caunter, Dan Shores, Joshua Martin, Karlo Delos Reyes, Randall Erb and Scott Goodrich.

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February 19, 2020


Rogers Corporation
May 25, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- Fortify, a Boston-based 3D printing startup, and Rogers Corporation, the global leader in engineered materials for advanced connectivity and...
Brian Heater
March 18, 2021
There's been quite a bit of movement in the additive manufacturing space in recent months. If I had to pinpoint a reason, I would say that -- much like robotics (another space I follow fairly closely) -- the category has gotten a boost in interest from the pandemic. Medical applications are understandably of interest lately, [...]
December 17, 2019
Henkel and Fortify recently initiated a development agreement which allows both companies to mutually combine their areas of expertise and further drive the potential of additive manufacturing. Henkel has developed custom technology that enables durable, high temperature and high modulus resins. Through collaboration, Henkel has designed several formulations that allow Fortify to achieve new outcomes for industrial customers. "This is a benchmark for the types of collaborations Henkel str...


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