Founded as a spin-off company of Joris Laarman Lab, an experimental playground set up to study and share the future, MX3D has been endlessly curious about the intersection of artistic form and functional objects. But the company was also deeply dissatisfied with the limitations of existing 3D printing technology.
In 2014, MX3D invented an affordable multiple axis 3D printing tool – a combination of industrial robot and advanced welding machine controlled by complex software. Engineers and craftsmen now have the ability to print sustainable materials like metals and resin in virtually any shape and size.
The MX3D bridge is the ideal way to showcase this trailblazing technology. But it’s only the first step toward MX3D’s goal of creating robotic manufacturing solutions that do nothing less than transform industry and the arts.