Freespace Composites is a company that develops 3D printing technologies with proprietary processes. The company was founded by Nathan Armstrong in 2014.
Freespace Composites looks to develop high-strength carbon-fiber reinforced thermosplastic filaments that will be placed optimally to use multi-axis multi-head printer systems. The company looks to help machines produce continuous fiber structures in any direction. The features and innovations that Freespace looks to design are centered around the problem of changing how components are manufactured. The systems they have developed are designed to produce a standard of structural optimization software package.
The company is interested in providing optimization processes that are for feedback loop software, which calculates fiber placements to make parts manufacturable. When the feedback loop is completed, the 3-D printing process starts.
The company is known for providing in fields such as accelerating materials innovation, autonomous systems, digital transformations, material manufacturing, and material designs.
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