About

Driving innovation in advanced manufacturing

About

Driving innovation in advanced manufacturing

Uniformity labs has solved the problem of particle size separation in multi-modal dense powders while retaining flowability and processability

Its patented technology uniquely enables groundbreaking improvements in throughput and reductions in residual stress across materials and platforms in laser powder bed fusion printing. In Binder Jetting, Uniformity powders deliver fully dense parts with minimal sintering shrink, resulting in the ability to manufacture to otherwise unobtainable high precision, material mechanical properties, and part surface roughness.

Uniformity’s feedstock materials and print processes dramatically impact the AM value chain by increasing the reliability and efficiency of printing.

Leadership tEAM

Adam Hopkins, PhD

Chairman, CEO and Founder
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Lalit Merani

COO and Founder
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Arun Chattopadhya, PhD

VP of Production
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Gary Brown

VP of Finance
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Walter Tersigni

VP of Sales
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Vladimir Duz, PhD

Senior Director, Process Engineering
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Board and Advisors

Adam Hopkins, PhD

Chairman, CEO and Founder
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Prof. Sal Torquato, PhD

Non-Executive Director and Founder
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John Fijol, PhD

Non-Executive Director
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Jason Smith, PhD

Non-Executive Director
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Chris Franks

Non-Executive Director
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John Ferriola

Non-Executive Director
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Alan Batey

Non-Executive Director
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Geoffrey Doyle

Founding Advisor
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Growth Timeline

> Patents filed
> Company founded
> Seed investment
> LPBF R&D with early partners
> Series A closed
> LPBF machine brought in-house
> First customer parts produced
> Pilot production
> 1,000+ tons/yr production facility (Aluminium & Steel)
> Binder Jetting R&D
> First LPBF flight parts
> Optimization services
> Series B closed ($38M); total   $50M+
> Commercialization ramp
> Leadership/ BoD teams expanded
> Atomizer online
> Launched 4 LPBF products
> launched 6 Binder Jetting products
> 30t+ shipped
> 35 employees
> Support growth
> Regional expansion
> Product expansion
> In 2022, ship 150+t
> launched 6 Binder Jetting products
> Series C
2014
2016
2018
2021
2022
> Patents filed
> Company founded
> Seed investment
> LPBF R&D with early partners
> Series A closed
> LPBF machine brought in-house
> First customer parts produced
> Pilot production
> 1,000+ tons/yr production facility (Aluminium & Steel)
> Binder Jetting R&D
> First LPBF flight parts
> Optimization services
> Series B closed ($38M); total   $50M+
> Commercialization ramp
> Leadership/ BoD teams expanded
> Atomizer online
> Launched 4 LPBF products
> launched 6 Binder Jetting products
> 30t+ shipped
> 35 employees
> Support growth
> Regional expansion
> Product expansion
> In 2022, ship 150+t
> launched 6 Binder Jetting products
> Series C
2014
2016
2018
2021
2022