CORE Industrial Partners LLC has acquired 3DXTech, Triton and Gearbox and has formed a new 3D printing manufacturing platform providing additive manufacturing equipment, 3D printers, materials and services.

The new company boasts an array of 3D printing products which will serve a variety of end-markets including aerospace and defense, electronics, medical, automotive and consumers.

“The investments in 3DXTECH, Triton and Gearbox align with our strategy to build an additive manufacturing platform focused on 3D printing equipment and proprietary materials,” said John May, managing partner of CORE.

“The company is recognized as an innovative, high-growth platform with a broad range of filaments and a differentiated 3D printer offering,” said TJ Chung, senior partner of CORE. “The company’s ‘materials first’ approach and open-source model resonate with customers and provide a compelling value proposition in the high-performance additive manufacturing equipment and materials space.”

Winston & Strawn LLP provided legal representation to CORE in the transaction. Burr & Forman LLP provided legal representation to the Company in the transaction.