Advanced Manufacturing Production
The Neighborhood


Pittsburgh’s 91st Neighborhood

Pittsburgh has 90 unique neighborhoods – each with its own identity, culture and artistic flare. And while all are distinct in their own local way, Neighborhood 91 will be a global game-changer.

  • Onsite production of noble gases, including recycled Argon
  • Onsite powder facility
  • Parts producers
  • Post-production finishers
  • QA/Testing facilities


A future workforce is coming.From blue collar to new collar.

Neighborhood 91 is like any close-knit community. Except we’re a collection of like-minded 3D printing supply chain businesses coming together in one centrally based ecosystem to create enormous efficiencies in the Additive Manufacturing sector.

With neighbors like the University of Pittsburgh, whose dual strengths in piloting programs to augment and fill the AM/3D professional pipeline as well as applied AM and supply chain research, we’ll complete the continuum that is the neighborhood by supplying it with people with skills, education, training and know-how who will advance and apply that next generation research all in this one AM production ecosystem.

Neighborhood 91 is at the additive manufacturing world’s epicenter.


– All the components needed for AM exist within a 2-hr radius of Pittsburgh
– Software engineering, AI, robotic and autonomous transportation.


– Microgrid provides cheap power as well as reliability/resiliency.
– The microgrid is powered by natural gas drilled directly on airport property.


– Your product can be anywhere in the world in 24 hours or less.
– Carriers: FedEx, UPS, British Airways…

Argon Gas

Onsite production of noble gases, including new and recycled Argon — often 60% of AM/3D costs

Vibrant Workforce

Pittsburgh offers a ready & willing workforce, and is focused on new collar training for AM/3D jobs.

Marcellus Shale

Region sits on potentially the second largest natural gas field in the entire world.