OPM Aerospace & Industrial utilizes OXFAB® technology to deliver lightweight, high performance, cost-competitive, 3D printed thermoplastic parts for the aerospace, transportation, energy and semiconductor sectors. (Learn More)
OPM is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of 3D printed orthopedic and neurological implants, utilizing OPM's proprietary OXPEKK® material formulation and OsteoFab® additive manufacturing process.
OPM provides OsteoFab® solutions on a contract manufacturing basis for client-designed medical devices. OPM’s proprietary OXPEKK® material formulation has been extensively tested to a range of international standards.
March 1st, 2017
Aerospace manufacturers have long used polymer 3D Printed for rapid prototypes or lowstrength production parts such as ducting, but the need for load-bearing structural components has pushed the industry to qualify metal additive manufacturing processes using highstrength alloys.
February 3rd, 2017
Boeing Co has hired a small company to make about 600 3D-printed parts for its Starliner space taxis, meaning key components in the United States manned space program are being built with additive manufacturing.
August 2nd, 2016
Next month, the co-located MD&M and PLASTEC Minneapolis trade show and conference will include a special focus on 3D printing for the creation of medical devices. At the conference, Derek Mathers, Director of R&D at Worrell Inc., a Minneapolis-based design firm, is part of a panel that has been convened to answer the question: “Can we really use 3D printing to make medical devices?”