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Fortify

Additive Manufacturing
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3D printers, On-demand manufacturing
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Fortify offers a wide range of additive manufacturing (AM) solutions from the sale of 3D printers (the Flux series) with related materials and software and on-demand manufacturing. The company facilitates injection mold tooling, radiofrequency and microwave devices, technical ceramics, and electrostatic discharge (ESD) resin products for companies looking to make end-use products from a selection of materials.

Fortify uses its patented Digital Composite Manufacturing technology to 3D print components, using functional additives—additives incorporated during the printing process to influence specific characteristics of the end product. A magnetic field is then applied to customize and seal the microstructure of the layers. This provides engineers with the freedom to customize products based on their end functions. The company uses a range of high-viscosity materials like photopolymer, dielectric material (developed in partnership with Rogers Corporation), high purity alumina, aluminum silicate, and resins. Fortify’s entire system is supported by its software “Compass,” which converts the design to print files, and “Flux Developer,” which enables qualifying new materials for the Flux range of 3D printers.

Fortify also operates through a US-based contract manufacturer network to offer on-demand 3D printing services. 

Key customers and partnerships

Fortify partnered with materials company Rogers Corporation (May 2021), which was expanded in January 2023, to develop low-loss dielectric materials for radiofrequency and electronics devices. The company also entered into a strategic partnership with advanced digital manufacturer Empire Group (September 2021) to develop precision parts that are strong, tough, and more wear-resistant and with Tethon 3D (August 2021) to advance the adoption of ceramics in various AM applications.In February 2024, Fortify partnered with Varioprint, a printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturer, to introduce radio frequency design and manufacturing technology to the European market.

Funding and financials

In April 2022, Fortify raised an undisclosed amount of funding through a strategic investment agreement with not-for-profit strategic investor In-Q-Tel, Inc. (IQT) to bring AM radio frequency and electronic technologies to the market. In December 2022, the company received a strategic investment from Lockheed Martin Ventures for the same purpose. In May 2023, Fortify raised USD 12.5 million from several investors including Lockheed Martin Ventures to expand its capabilities and accelerate the development of its digital composite manufacturing (DCM) platform.

Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing

Key stats
Featured companies
126
Total funding (USD)
6.0 Bn
Total addressable market (USD)
59.5 Bn
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Recent Updates

Funding
Jun 1, 2023
Fortify raises USD 12.5 million to expand capabilities
Additive Manufacturing
Partnerships
Jan 16, 2023
Fortify expands partnership with Rogers Corporation to promote 3D printing
Additive Manufacturing
Funding
Dec 13, 2022
Fortify receives strategic investment from Lockheed Martin
Additive Manufacturing
Management news
Nov 8, 2022
Fortify Appoints Lawrence Ganti as CEO
Additive Manufacturing

Company Brief


HQ location:
75 Hood Park Dr Floor 1 Boston MA USA
Founded year:
2016
Employees:
51-100
Total Funding:
USD 46.3 million
Last Funding
USD 12.5 million, Jun 2023

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