The York College of Pennsylvania’s J.D. Brown Center for Entrepreneurship has recently acquired a new client that works in the printing domain.
3Delivered Inc. is the corporation that is planning to increase various 3D printing applications in Central Pennsylvania and has hence acquired the business incubator at the York College.
“Our processes and logistical tools, which support manufacture-on-demand and mass customization business models, are changing the way physical products are delivered to customers,” said 3Delivered CEO Christopher Rodak.
3Delivered Inc. is the first highly equipped manufacturer from the incubator and is known to offer various services for prototyping. It majorly uses 3D printed parts to discard glitches in the product design.
“We look forward to working with York College students as we draw on their skills in mechanical engineering, computer science, and business studies,” said 3Delivered COO David Gutshall.
After Dataforma Inc. and In The Spotlight Marketing, 3Delivered is the third incubator client for J.D. Brown Center at the York College .