a BIG thank you to our customers

14 April, 2020
Amidst this extraordinary time where our thoughts first and foremost are with the people directly or indirectly affected by the Covid-19 virus, we want to thank all our customers for their trust and continued support. We are pleased to announce that last week a leading aerospace company in Southern California ordered three additional MetalFAB1 systems with an option to purchase 5 more systems before the end of 2020. This expansion of their metal powder bed fusion capacity to produce safety critical, highly loaded, high temperature parts replaces large castings.  Additionally, we received the order for a first MetalFAB1 system for a market leading turbocharger manufacturer in Europe. As you might know, the global Additive Industries team normally would celebrate together when we received these orders. This time we observed our social distancing policy and organized a distributed celebration. Cheers to the team and a BIG thank you to our customers for the confidence and continued expansion of the MetalFAB1 installed base for industrial production of high quality metal parts.

ArcelorMittal and Additive Industries take the lead in large spare part printing for the steel industry

02 April, 2020
In 2017, ArcelorMittal and Additive Industries joined forces to explore the opportunities of 3D metal printing for the steel industry using one of the largest 4-laser 3D metal printing systems available on the market: the MetalFAB1. 3D printing of spare parts is practical as it offers on-demand, on-location production which reduces the need for stocks; it also shortens the production cycle as well as affording flexibility to ArcelorMittal plants. 

Winners of 2020 Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge, K3D and Younes Chahid, virtually announced

01 April, 2020
During the digital 8th edition of the Additive World Conference, Chairman of the Jury, Ultimaker’s Steven van de Staak, announced K3D and Younes Chahid as winners of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2020. All finalists, three in the student category and three professionals, pitched their designs in a video for the 6-member jury. 
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