NextLine Manufacturing brings 3D printing to Maryland

Feb. 11, 2014
This provider of advanced manufacturing services has announced the official launch of its Maryland operations.

Gaithersburg, MD - NextLine Manufacturing, a provider of advanced manufacturing services, ranging from additive manufacturing to CNC machining, has announced the official launch of its Maryland operations.

"These are exciting times in the manufacturing industry. Advancing technologies combined with newly available materials greatly expand the market for the services we offer," stated Randy Altschuler, CEO of NextLine. "We look forward to becoming a market leader in the mid-Atlantic region and the United States with a goal of helping rebuild a profitable American manufacturing base."

The Maryland-based company, led by a team with decades of advanced manufacturing expertise such as laser sintering, offers its customers the ability to prototype and manufacturer highly complex and customizable parts using the optimal cost and performance solutions available. NextLine's proprietary computing technology, XPress Flow, plays a critical role in that optimization.

NextLine Manufacturing’s services Include: direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), polyjet 3D printing, CNC machining, and injection molding.

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