Air Liquide and Additive Industries launch partnership for industrial 3D printing
During FormNext, the number 1 global tradeshow for 3D printing in Frankfurt, Air Liquide and Additive Industries have announced intensify their long term relationship and enter into a professional partnership. Air Liquide is adding their solutions for supply and storage of shielding gasses to the proposition of Additive Industries in the field of industrial additive manufacturing. A dedicated infrastructure blueprint for the MetalFAB1 system will enable the Additive Industries customers in demanding markets like aerospace, automotive, medical and high tech equipment to increase both the quality and safety of the 3D printing process as well as post processing.
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From left to right: Jan Nijsing, Daan Kersten, Diederick Luijten, Patrick Schipholt, Remco Pennings, Wim Velghe, Jan-Cees Santema, Max Vliegenthart, Nadia Bakker