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Additive Industries is a 3D metal printer manufacturer for high-quality metal parts. It offers a system specifically aimed at high-end and demanding industrial markets. With class-leading build volume, robustness as well as productivity, Additive Industries redefines the business case for aerospace, automotive, energy and high-tech equipment. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Additive Industries has demo and service centers in the USA, UK and Singapore and is a global key player in large volume metal printing systems.
Additive Industries in the News
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
It is developed on a platform that allows even further expansion of the build volume and productivity in the future.
OEM agreement advances partnership providing in-process melt-pool monitoring on Quad Laser Systems.
ArcelorMittal's collaboration with Additive Industries in recent years has resulted in an improvement in process performance and quality, companies report.
From a record number of 151 contestants, professionals and students, three finalists were selected per category.
This center is part of the global network of Additive Industries Competence Centres, also located in Eindhoven, Los Angeles and Singapore.
The Additive Manufacturing Quality Co-operative is a not-for-profit entity that unites the customers of Additive Industries.
This validates the Additive Industries’ concept of production-based metal powder bed fusion systems for overall equipment efficiency.
On behalf of Alfa Romeo Racing, Sauber Engineering, like the F1 team part of the Sauber Group and using the technology, has ordered its fourth multi-module, four-laser MetalFAB1 Productivity system.
Two European companies have partnered with 3YOURMIND and are using its software platform to drive their on-demand production.
Winning Designs of Additive Industries contest highlight industrialization of additive manufacturing.
If the exhibits and announcements at formnext 2017 in Frankfurt this month are any indication, 2018 will be the year of metal for 3D printing.
The buzz at the show was mostly that of the manufacturing, not prototyping, world.
New 3D metal printing system combines largest symmetrical build chamber and compact footprint.
The selected designs encompass fields including advanced food processing, aeronautics industry, automotive industry, high-tech and consumer markets.
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