Response Technologies’ innovation is fueled by flexibility

CUTTING-EDGE CLOTHES: Response Technologies President Ed Bard, left, and CEO David Pettey display a garment made using the company’s 3D textile process, which required no cutting or sewing. Produced for the U.S. Navy, the garment could be made to be fire-resistant and embedded with smart features.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
CUTTING-EDGE CLOTHES: Response Technologies President Ed Bard, left, and CEO David Pettey display a garment made using the company’s 3D textile process, which required no cutting or sewing. Produced for the U.S. Navy, the garment could be made to be fire-resistant and embedded with smart features.
 / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Response Technologies LLC Product Innovation & Design | 2019 Manufacturing Awards When David Pettey and Ed Bard founded Response Technologies LLC four years ago, they had enough industry experience to know they didn’t have to go it alone. They turned to startup experts with a plan for an additive manufacturing company that would use layered…

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