Merit3D in the News
May 25, 2023
Merit3D has received funding as part of the 10 million USD Utah Manufacturing Modernization Grant, which has enabled it to deliver what it believes could be the largest order of 3D printed parts ever. Adhesive Technologies has placed an order of over 1 million parts, to be delivered at 40,000 pieces per week.
July 07, 2022
Utah has become a hub for small manufacturers. In Price, UT, Merit3D, an innovative 3D printing process, was created to produce made in America industrial parts for several business sectors. The company's roots are in the old coal mining communities of Carbon County, Utah. Merit3D's mission is to bring new technologies to the county which will provide jobs as the coal sector shuts down. Today they are printing 10s of thousands and 100s of thousands of parts for other companies that have the same goals. Skip overseas inventory, skip injection molding, and buy American.
June 28, 2022
Merit3D founder Spencer Loveless tells a compelling story of family ingenuity, generational know-how, and gutsy innovation as he describes his additive manufacturing (commonly referred to as “3D printing”) company in Carbon County, Utah. Additive manufacturing enables entrepreneurs and inventors to solve many manufacturing challenges across multiple sectors and offer lower costs and a faster time to market for many commonly used products. Many believe it is poised to disrupt the $12 trillion manufacturing economy that has for years been dominated by manufacturers based in China.
Merit3D 3D prints 60,000 parts in one day using Magna 3D printers - Using Photocentric's high speed photopolymerization technology and materials
May 31, 2022
Merit3D, a leading additive manufacturing company in Southeastern Utah, was able to 3D print 60,000 parts in under eight hours, setting a record for 3D printing, last February. The record was achieved using Magna 3D printers for high speed photopolymerization technology by Photocentric.
Price, UT – January 25, 2022
Merit3D, a leading additive manufacturing company in Southeastern Utah, announced today that it was able to 3D print 60,000 parts in under 8 hours, setting a record for 3D printing. Manufacturing is roughly a $12 trillion industry that largely takes place in China. 3D printing has disrupted the industry by allowing manufacturers to skip the injection molding process and go directly to production as well as bringing the process back to the USA. However, mass production with 3D printing has proved challenging. Merit3D hopes to overcome this challenge and bring manufacturing to the top of the list of industries in Southeastern Utah.
October 27, 2021
Wet-dry vacuum maker shifts to additive manufacturing for first entirely U.S.-made product, a jackhammer accessory. More U.S. production to come via 3D printing.
October 7, 2021
In partnership with Rocky Mountain Power, we are proud to honor the Utah companies and individuals who are making strides toward our state’s environmental sustainability. Congratulations to the 2021 Green Business honorees!
August 17, 2021
The LC Magna suits a wide range of manufacturing applications, offering significant print speed, build volume and cost advantages. Merit 3D also knew that the high-quality prints produced by the LC Magna would significantly reduce the time spent on final finishing thereby further reducing cost and increasing speed to market.
CEO Spencer Loveless is using additive manufacturing to remake his wet-dry vacuum manufacturer's supply chain
August 08, 2021
Spencer's late father, Mike Loveless, invented the parent company's first product to vacuum up ash from the wood-burning stove at home before launching a manufacturer to take it to market. "I think we're the only ash-vacuum maker in the United States," says Spencer. "Everything else is sourced in China. That market shrinks every year as people move away from wood-burning stoves."
July 14, 2021
The costs of injection molding had Dustless Technologies making tooling and many parts offshore. Additive manufacturing promises an alternative, as in the case of the company's newest product, which is entirely U.S.-made.
January 20, 2021
Fast forward a few years, and now she’s expanding her career horizons at Dustless Technologies by participating in training for additive manufacturing. Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is a transformative approach to industrial production that enables the creation of lighter, stronger parts and systems.
"Working with you through these two designs has been a pleasure. You move quick, you listen, and you deliver. You didn't give me a 3D version of our product, you gave me 'artwork'...and that matters a lot to us. You've earned the business." -Brooks Courtney President of EZLevel