Discover the partners of 3D Delta Week
The economic development company Brainport Development cooperates with many partners on strengthening Brainport Eindhoven; a world-class top region for the high tech manufacturing industry. Close collaboration, sharing knowledge and smart entrepreneurship characterise the open innovation culture which makes Brainport Eindhoven the growth accelerator of the Dutch economy. As an independent and demand-driven organization Brainport Development develops the regional economic strategy, develops and realizes projects, offers business advice and innovative business premises and promotes Brainport Eindhoven in the Netherlands and abroad.
We are a gateway to the additive manufacturing (AM) network of Brainport Eindhoven. Brainport Development offers: access to suppliers, facilities and the network; connection to 3D print facilities for testing, piloting and demonstration; knowledge about developments in the region; relevant events, workshops and meetings; innovation collaboration: regional, national, international.
As an independent not-for-profit platform, Flam3D exists for all stakeholders who are active in the domain of 3D-printing. We unite, represent and support companies, research institutions, governments and stakeholders.
Flam3D is looking to strengthen value chains, both inside and outside the organization. We are open for companies and organizations interested in 3D-printing and Additive Manufacturing applications. Within our network, we will always find relevant contacts to help you with your 3D challenge. This page gives an overview of our main activities.
Jakajima, Matchmaker for Innovators
Jakajima, Matchmaker for Innovators has been organisor / initiator of many conferences and events globally for many years, ranging from 3D Printing to Internet of Things, from Unmanned Cargo Aircraft to Sustainability, from 4D Printing to Photonics and from Vertical Farming to 3D Food Printing. As technology develops itself from atoms to bits and from bits to atoms, traditional boundaries between value chains disappear which lead to new business opportunities and collaboration.
Recently Jakajima has started JakajimaTV, an online TV channel where innovators, researchers and industry professional tell their story.
The combination of business, technology, creativity, enthusiasm and humour is our leitmotif.
As an independent knowledge and network organization, Mikrocentrum has been supporting the technical manufacturing industry for more than 50 years with:
- Training: we offer more than 170 courses within 15 (technical) areas.
- Meeting: we organise events, i.e. 10 trade fairs and 20 to 25 themed meetings every year.
- Undertaking: we offer companies a membership of the High Tech Platform, currently consisting of 600 members.
The goal of all our activities is to increase knowledge, expand networks, improve business processes and strengthen the competitive position of companies. We do this by collaborating closely with a large network of industrial organizations, (semi) governments, knowledge and educational institutions.
3D Delta Week’s Ambassadors
Design8 bv is distributor of 3D design and visualisation software on Mac and PC in Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. The company offers 3D software, training and support, which is key to successful 3D printing. The portfolio includes products from the Altair Inspire Platform.
You can find more information about their sponsorship in this article.
Materialise is a provider of Additive Manufacturing (AM) software solutions and 3D printing services for a wide variety of industries. Founded in 1990, the goal was to enable new uses of the potential that 3D printing offers. Since then, Materialise has played an active role in the AM world, leveraging experience to create a range of software solutions and 3D printing services, that form the backbone of the 3D printing industry.
You can find more information about their sponsorship in this article (coming soon).