Elementum 3D to relocate headquarters

April 12, 2023

Elementum 3D will move to the new facility in Q4, 2023 (Courtesy Elementum 3D)
Elementum 3D will move to the new facility in Q4, 2023 (Courtesy Elementum 3D)

Elementum 3D, has announced the relocation of its headquarters to a recently constructed building in Thornton, Colorado, USA. The move is scheduled to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2023.

“Elementum 3D has had a presence in Erie, Colorado since 2014, but we are very excited to have a space purposefully built for us,” stated Dr Jacob Nuechterlein, president and founder, Elementum 3D, Inc. “We are actively involving our colleagues in the transition process to develop space that streamlines workflow, builds relationships, and gives us the room we need to grow.”

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The consolidation of the two locations based in Erie, Colorado, under one roof in Thornton is expected to expand opportunities for the company’s teams to collaborate with each other and continue to provide a nurturing environment for further team innovation and increased operating efficiencies. The new corporate headquarters includes upgraded office amenities and larger workspaces, all designed to provide the necessary infrastructure for the staff to continue to build on its current momentum and sales in the United States and International markets.

“Elementum 3D is growing. Part of our growth strategy is to expand our capability to produce the highest quality products and services for our customers. Moving into this new facility, which has been designed to meet our unique needs, is a major step forward for us and our company,” added Thom Stalcup, Chief Operations Officer.

Elementum 3D specialises in the research and development of Additive Manufacturing powders for advanced metals, composites, and ceramics.

www.elementum3d.com

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