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Our Mission:

To offer the most versatile and intelligent manufacturing platform, solving the world’s next big challenges.

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About Form Forge

Form Forge was founded to develop the next generation of manufacturing tools. Leveraging initial success in NASA's Mars Habitat 3D Printing Competition, Form Forge now looks to deliver the first commercial additive capable robotic platform. Using the controls and toolpathing experience gained from an additive manufacturing background, Form Forge now works out of their Portland, Oregon workshop where they develop new technologies and tools for customers and collaborators looking to push the boundaries of intelligent robotic manufacturing.


The Team


Nathan Fuller | CEO

While finishing his undergrad in mechanical engineering, Nathan started Form Forge as a chance to create, and help others create, cutting edge technology at the intersection of manufacturing and robotics. His hands on experience gives him a unique ability to straddle the business and technical worlds, often going from CAD model to business presentation to the lab floor in a single day. 


Andy Baldwin | CTO

A math and physics grad, Andy is passionate about creative solutions to difficult problems. As a self-taught programmer, Andy develops the full Form Forge software stack, including tools for tool path generation, simulation, and machine learning. His areas of experience include modeling and simulation, artificial neural networks, computational geometry, and embedded control systems.


Max Tag | VP Development

Max is an avid adventurer and creator, and doing research and development in the additive manufacturing and industrial automation realms allow for the integration of both of these passions. He studied mechanical engineering and art at Oregon State University, and acts as process and development engineer for Form Forge, helping to optimize tool and software integration to exceed the expectation of current and future clients.


Morgan Pengelly | VP Operations

Morgan’s key areas of focus are industrial automation and machine tooling design. While completing his mechanical engineering degree with a focus in robotics, he also spent time in the semiconductor industry working on automated manufacturing systems. Morgan’s strong manufacturing background is critical to helping Form Forge deliver ground breaking tools quickly and cost effectively to its customers.