Integrated 3D (2014)

The Dalles, OR


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NMTC Amount: $3,130,000

Est. Total Project Cost: $3,130,000


Integrated 3D is focused on the industrial production of 3D and advanced manufacturing technologies. Using the latest in production-capable additive laser sintering technology machinery, the company manufactures structural integrity for immediate use or for insertion into Small Business (ESB) and Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) partnership. In 2014, Integraded 3D received $1.7 million in funding through the Oregon and federal New Markets programs. The funding provides Integrated 3D with much needed start-up capital to purchase equipment and fund the early stages of the company. The New Markets funding enabled the company founders to continue pioneering the world of 3D manufacturing, a technology that is still in its infancy. Additionally, the company has created a total of 6 jobs and plans to grow to 12 over the next two years.

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