Seattle, WA April 10, 2023 - 3DX Industries, Inc. (OTC: DDDX) provides its shareholders with a summary of recent developments and highlights the progress of the company.
Recently, 3DX Industries presented a letter to OpenAI expressing its interest in a partnership as 3DX continues to test ChatGPT to generate code for its binder jet additive manufacturing equipment made by the ExOne Company, a subsidiary of Desktop Metal. The company believes this testing will enable it to offer customers more advanced 3D metal printing solutions.
In a recent AM Radio podcast by Stephanie Hendrickson, Executive Editor of Additive Manufacturing Media (a GARDNER Business Media, Inc. Brand) and host of “The Cool Parts Show”, 3DX Industries was mentioned alongside other power players in the industry. The company's efforts are currently focused on binder jetting, a process that enables it to produce high-quality, intricate parts. The podcast discussed the state of the 3D printing industry and how artificial intelligence is disrupting advanced manufacturing. A link to the podcast can be found by clicking here
The company's Government Contracting Division continues to progress forward and strengthen its presence within the Government sector by exploring new opportunities and partnerships. Last month, 3DX Industries, Inc. became eligible for JCP Certification following their NIST Assessment. This news came on the heels of Congressman Rick Larsen touring the 3DX Industries facilities in Ferndale, Washington. Congressman Larsen was elected lead Democrat and ranking member on The Transportation and Infrastructure Committee which has jurisdiction over highways, transit, aviation, rail, water infrastructure, pipeline safety and the U.S. Coast Guard.
The 3D printing industry is rapidly evolving, and 3DX Industries is well-positioned to take advantage of this growth. A recent survey from HUBBS a Protolabs company predicts the 3D printing market will grow by 24% to reach $44.5 billion by 2026. 3DX President and CEO Roger Janssen states” We remain committed to providing customers with cutting-edge solutions and expanding our presence in the industry. Management’s ownership of over 37% of the issued and outstanding shares in 3DX is a testament to our confidence in the additive manufacturing sector and our commitment to building 3DX Industries into a global leader in industrial metal printing.” Mr. Janssen adds “We appreciate the support of our shareholders and will continue to provide timely updates and developments on the company.”
About the Company: 3DX Industries, Inc. (OTCM: DDDX) is an OTCM traded advanced manufacturing company capable of producing a wide range of products using additive and subtractive manufacturing processes. Our growth strategy includes utilizing cutting edge technology to enhance manufacturing techniques combined with traditional manufacturing services as well as product design, engineering, and assembly services to its customers.
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