Successfully combining years of industry experience, high-quality materials and state-of-the-art technology, award-winning Lýseon Additive Manufacturing continues to spark new innovations and cost-cutting solutions within the 3D printing industry.
Established in 2014, Lýseon – which means solutions in Greek — uses 3D printing technology to solve problems for businesses looking to increase efficiency and reduce costs. Their attention to detail results in precision products and customized solutions for a wide range of businesses throughout Michigan and the Midwest.
Lýseon’s dedicated team excels providing solutions across multiple industries, including automotive industry, aerospace, military, medical, architectural and transportation.
Noted for his passion and drive in the industry, Lýseon founder Chris Williams started the company with one goal in mind — to become a world-class additive manufacturing supplier adept at solving problems and offering hometown service.
“We’re not just a 3D printing company, we’re a solution provider,” Williams said.
Building upon his years of experience in sales and manufacturing, Williams’ company was recently named the 2021 CMURC SmartZone Small Business of the Year.
Specializing in FDM, PolyJet and SLS processes, Lýseon excels in creating quality products for low-volume production, prototyping and an unlimited range quality control and tooling applications.
While many in the additive manufacturing industry also focus on low-cost production with quick-turnarounds, Lýseon’s philosophy uniquely combines these goals with hands-on customer service, designed to establish mutually beneficial long-term relationships with businesses of all types and sizes. From international corporations to mid-size manufacturers to entrepreneurs, we deliver quality results aimed at saving clients time and money.
Always striving to give back to the communities it serves, Lýseon recently partnered with Mid Michigan College to introduce a new curriculum for 3D printing. Dedicated to growing their industry in the region through education, Lyseon hopes to give young minds a solid foundation into the 3D printing industry, including how to function and operate the technology behind the process.