The MetalFAB1 system has a tenfold reproducibility, productivity and flexibility
Additive Industries targets experienced users of metal AM technology for industrial applications
The MetalFAB1 system integrates seamlessly with the Additive World Platform
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Additive Industries is dedicated to bringing metal additive manufacturing for functional parts from lab to fab by offering a modular 3D printing system and seamlessly integrated information platform to high-end and demanding industrial markets. With substantially improved reproducibility, productivity, and flexibility, Additive Industries redefines the business case for additive manufacturing applications in aerospace, automotive, medical technology and high-tech equipment.
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Process & Application Development Manager
Manager Finance & IT
Executive Assistent Marketing & Sales
Senior System Integrator
Junior R&D Engineer
Additive Industries will celebrate the world premiere of its MetalFAB1 3D metal printing system at FormNext, the international exhibition and conference on additive technologies and tool making. Between November 17-20 you can find us in Frankfurt am Main (D). Please visit us at booth E28 in Hall 3.1. For more information see www.formnext.com.> Read more
Sigma Labs developer of advanced, in process, non-destructive quality inspection systems for metal-based additive manufacturing (“AM”) and other advanced manufacturing technologies, today announced that it has entered into an evaluation period for the Company’s proprietary PrintRite3D® products with Additive Industries of The Netherlands. As part of the agreement, Additive Industries has purchased a non-exclusive license to use one of Sigma Labs' PrintRite3D® systems – including licensing of its INSPECT™, DEFORM™ and ANALYTICS™ software...> Read more
Philips Healthcare’s 3D tungsten printing team lead will become responsible for process and application development We are proud to announce that Harry Kleijnen, currently responsible for the Philips Healthcare team printing tungsten grids for its X-Ray systems, will join our company on September 1st. In his role as Manager Process & Application Development, Harry Kleijnen will be responsible for the processes and customer applications for the industrial metal additive manufacturing system MetalFAB1. ‘Harry is adding essential and in-depth process knowledge to...> Read more
In the latest edition of Metal AM (Vol 1. No. 2 Summer 2015) Daan Kersten explains the vision of the new automated industrial Additive Manufacturing system launched in the fourth quarter of 2015. The MetalFAB1 system embodies our ambition to take 3D metal printing beyond the current laboratory and prototyping technology to series manufacturing on the factory floor. Download the PDF version of the article here .> Read more
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