9T Labs adds to its growing list of awards and recognitions with CEO Martin Eichenhofer’s recent nomination to the list of Top 100 Digital Shapers 2022 by Bilanz magazine.
9T Labs, specialists in digital, automated, cost-competitive series production of continuous fibre components, adds to its growing list of awards and recognitions with CEO Martin Eichenhofer’s recent nomination to the list of Top 100 Digital Shapers 2022 by Bilanz magazine.
According to Bilanz, a leading economic, investment and management magazine, this recognition is given to individuals who are “at the forefront of digital production or provide technology solutions for future industrial manufacturing.”
This years jury of 12 members identified Eichenhofer out of a pool of more than 270 applications. “I am humbled and honored to be named a Top 100 Digital Shaper,” stated Eichenhofer. “To be included among so many other deserving individuals is not only an honor for me, but for all of our 9T Labs employees and partners whose work, talent and dedication continue to drive advancement in industrial manufacturing.”
9T Labs is no stranger to awards and recognitions. In 2021 they placed third in the TOP 100 Swiss Startup Awards while also earning a Solar Impulse Foundation Efficient Solution Label for its economic commitment to product profitability. More recently, 9T Labs received a 2022 Red Dot Design Award, the world’s largest and most renowned design competition.
These well-earned accolades, along with its relentless commitment to growth and product application continue to position 9T Labs as a key global player in the development of complete solutions for carbon component production that previously were not possible.
9T Labs is an ETH Zürich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich, Switzerland) spinoff that was founded in 2018 by Chester Houwink, Giovanni Cavolina, and Martin Eichenhofer to leverage automation technology, software, and materials to make high-performance structural composite parts more accessible. The company’s patented Red Series Additive Fusion Solution technology, a hybrid of 3D printing and compression molding that is used to produce high-performance structural thermoplastic composite parts, is targeted at industries such as aerospace/aviation, automotive/motorsports/ground transportation, medical device, industrial/robotics/machinery, consumer luxury goods, and sporting goods.