3D Printing Innovator Chosen Based on Offering the Best in Impactful Innovation
BOSTON, MA - (February 16, 2016) – NVBOTS, the provider of automated, enterprise 3D printing solutions disrupting business and education, today announced its being honored in Fast Company’s annual ranking of the world’s Most Innovative Companies for 2016. Evaluated against companies across the globe, NVBOTS was viewed as exemplifying the best in nimble business and impactful innovation.
“NVBOTS continues to deliver on the promise of 3D printing unlike any other company, by empowering young innovators with the proven 3D printing capabilities needed to turn their ideas into reality,” said NVBOTS CEO AJ Perez. “Receiving this distinguished honor from Fast Company underscores our commitment to inspire young minds to innovate in ways never before thought possible. We look forward to continuing to lead in this area, while maintaining our focus on the three-part evolution of 3D printing education, innovation and commercialization – on a global scale.”
Devoted to meeting the 3D printing needs of schools and businesses around the world, NVBOTS offers an easy-to-use and easy-to-share 3D printing experience, based on the NVPro 3D printer, the first end-to-end 3D printing solution with automated part removal. Paired with the NVBOTS cloud-based interface, the NVPro runs continuously, 24-7 from any device. For schools in particular, NVBOTS aids educators in adopting the versatile technology by providing educational modules designed with Common Core Standards and Next Generation Science Standards in mind. NVBOTS partner schools also benefit from having NVBOTS staff onsite to ensure both students and teachers are optimizing their NVPro experience.
To see how NVBOTS can benefit your school or district, visit our Education Page.
Most Innovative Companies is one of Fast Company’s most significant and highly anticipated editorial efforts of the year. To produce the 2016 list, the magazine’s editors spent a full year gathering and analyzing data on companies around the globe. For the first time, Fast Company enlisted machine intelligence to help inform the list: Quid, a San Francisco-based startup, used its software to create topographical maps of innovation across more than 40 sectors of the economy.
“This year’s package—which includes top ten lists in 27 sectors—emphasizes the breadth of companies with progressive, agile business models, cultures of creativity, and ability to adapt in today’s fast-paced world,” said Fast Company editor Robert Safian.
Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies issue (March 2016) is now available online, as well as in app form via iTunes, and on newsstands beginning February 23rd.
About Fast Company
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Passionate about problem solving, NVBOTS is the provider of automated, enterprise 3D printing solutions disrupting business and education. NVBOTS customers are able to benefit from ultra high-speed, multi-metal and plastics printing capabilities, based on patented 3D printing technology (coming out of NVLABS). Offering the only 3D printing technology that can print multiple metals in the same build, NVBOTS supports a growing list of metals that includes stainless steel, titanium, nickel, copper nickel, aluminum, zirconium, silver and palladium. With NVBOTS, users can print over 10x faster than existing solutions – and at a significant cost advantage. Essentially an automated factory in a box, the company’s easy-to-use and easy-to- share 3D printing experience is based on the NVPro, the world’s first end-to-end 3D printing solution with automated part removal. Paired with the NVBOTS cloud-based interface, the NVPro runs continuously, 24-7 from any device. The company is headquartered in Boston, MA. For more information, visit www.NVBOTS.com or follow us on Twitter @NVBOTS and on LinkedIn.
AJ Perez, CEO
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