Utilizing Additive Manufacturing and Advanced Material Science to Manufacture Seamless 3D Textile Structures and Reinforced Composites Resulting In:

-Extreme Light-Weighting-

-Reducing Total Ownership Costs-

-Increasing Functionality-

Response Technologies, LLC

At Response Technologies, LLC, we utilize cutting-edge additive manufacturing and innovative material science to develop, manufacture, and distribute disruptive composite solutions to today’s most complex challenges. With over 60 years of product development and fabrication experience, we serve tactical defense, automotive & transportation, aerospace, energy, and consumer goods industries nationwide.

  • 3D Textile Process

    We combine additive manufacturing with material science to innovate 3D textile reinforced flexible and rigid structures.

  • Air Tight Metered Dispenser

    We provide a simple, effiecient, healthy, and green packaging solution that’s low in cost to optimize your bottom line.

  • Fiber-Based & Flame Retardant Treatments for Textiles and Garments

    The basic value propositions are:
    Durable (multiple washing)
    Light Weight (comfort & breathable)
    Green (halogen-free & sustainable)

  • Improved Fuel Resistant Reticulated Foam Treatment

    Response Technologies [RT] has developed a novel process for treating urethane open cell foams to improve fluid (fuel, water, oil, silicone coolant) resistance. Our solution has the potential to double the life of electrically resistive and safety aircraft fuel foams while allowing for wider use of bio-blend & ethanol fuels without degradation. The affected foams are used for stealth technology, electrical shielding and for fuel tank inerting and anti-sloshing.

Industries We Serve



Automotive & Transportation

Consumer Product Goods


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