Fabric8Labs seeks to change the way people do metal 3D printing. Through technologies like stereo electrochemical disposition, Fabric8 uses a unique process to develop parts and a control system which are cheaper than metal printing technologies and infinitely recyclable. Its high-speed, faster than regular lasers and versatile to print many different types of materials because it uses no heat.
Fabric8Labs has developed a new approach to metal 3D printing: Electrochemical Additive Manufacturing (ECAM). Our patented process is based on electrochemical deposition, eliminating the need for expensive metal powders, vacuum chambers, and lasers. Parts produced using ECAM are built at the atomic level leading to higher resolution features, 99.9%+ part densities, and mirror like surface finishes.