Leader in automated additive manufacturing solutions wins prestigious innovator award
BOSTON, May 18, 2017 — (PRNewswire) — New Valence Robotics ( NVBOTS), the only provider of Built to Share™ automated 3D printing solutions, today announced that it was the recipient of the Smaller Businesses Association of New England (SBANE) New England Innovation Award. Previous winners of this prestigious award include iRobot, Staples, Ben & Jerry's and HubSpot along with 209 other past winners since 1986.
"We are deeply honored to be recognized by SBANE for our additive manufacturing solutions," said AJ Perez, Chairman and Co-founder of NVBOTS. "We are confident that the strong tradition of SBANE identifying significant companies early in their development, like HubSpot and iRobot, will continue with NVBOTS."
The mission of NVBOTS® is to make enterprise 3D printing as easy as printing on paper. The company's NVPro 3D printer is Built to Share™. It offers the only automated part ejection in the industry (patent #US 9,289,946), and is paired with NVCloud software that allows users to easily print parts anytime, from any device - while providing administrators with full workflow control. These capabilities make the NVPro uniquely suited for continuous 24-7 operation in multi-user environments. NVBOTS is headquartered in Boston, MA. For more information, visit NVBOTS.com or follow us on Twitter @NVBOTS and on LinkedIn.
The Smaller Business Association of New England, Inc. (SBANE), founded in 1938, is a private not-for-profit association of approximately 600 member companies located throughout the six-state region. SBANE was established to provide a legislative voice for small business at the state and federal levels and to make practical information available to help business owners grow their companies. SBANE runs diverse, educational programs each year and has active chapters in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The membership is characterized by a high degree of participation, reflected in a large and dynamic committee structure, addressing a range of topics from international trade to human resources. Visit SBANE at www.sbane.org.