CTC – Concurrent Technologies Corporation

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Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) is an independent, nonprofit, applied scientific research and development professional services organization.

Profile Description

Together with our affiliates, Enterprise Ventures Corporation and CTC Foundation, we leverage research, development, test and evaluation work to provide transformative, full lifecycle solutions. To best serve our clients’ needs, we offer the complete ability to fully design, develop, test, prototype, and build. We support our clients’ core mission objectives with customized solutions.

Metal Additive Manufacturing (3d Metal Printing)

Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) offers a variety of Additive Manufacturing (or 3D Printing) processes to provide our clients both complex part manufacturing and the ability to repair worn or damaged high-cost components.

Whether you need specific part geometry for performance enhancements or a cost-effective repair process for high-dollar components, CTC’s experts offer the Metal Additive Manufacturing process that can get you results in days. Our engineers can move you quickly from concept and design to manufactured product. These processes can also be merged together to provide customized solutions. Contact us today for a free quote.


Concurrent Technologies Corporation’s In-House Processes:


Concurrent Technologies Corporation applies its 30-year history in metals and metal processing solutions to be an all-encompassing service provider for Metal Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing solutions. We provide a comprehensive suite of services including reverse engineering, process development, characterization of powder and substrate, surface profile preparation, material application, post processing, final machining, and inspection. CTC also provides services to evaluate, validate, and qualify the part through mechanical and physical property characterization. All processes are controlled in-house to ensure quality results.


What We Can Do for You:

– Applicable Part Identification
– Reverse Engineering/Solid Modeling
– Prototype and Part Mfg
– Physical/Mechanical Testing
– Design Allowables and Qualification
– Equipment Selection and Transition
– Modeling and Simulation
– Fused Deposition Modeling for Plastics



– Titanium
– Aluminum
– Tool Steel
– Copper
– Nickel
– Inconel
– Stainless Steel
– Cobalt-Chromium
– Plastics
– Tantalum, and more

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