Re-evaluating the cost of metal additive manufacturing

30 July, 2020
Additive Industries’ Director of Business Development Additive Industries North America, Ryan Kircher, spent the majority of his career focused on metal additive manufacturing. At first he got involved with the technology in 2005, working for a small contract manufacturer providing healthcare solutions that leveraged the advantages of additive manufacturing. It was an exciting time; there was no roadmap for establishing a legitimate AM manufacturing process and it took some time to find the appropriate applications for the technology. Read Ryan’s article “Re-evaluating the cost of metal additive manufacturing” to explore how the use of metal AM has changed in the last 15 years, and why now is a good time to re-evaluate the business case for using metal AM for many applications.

Our customer BMW opens Additive Manufacturing Campus

02 July, 2020
We are excited to announce that our customer, BMW, has officially opened its new Additive Manufacturing Campus. The new centre brings together production of prototype and series parts under one roof, along with research into new 3D printing technologies, and associate training for the global rollout of toolless production. We are proud to have one of our MetalFAB1 systems located in the campus producing parts in a range of metals. Additive Industries send our congratulations to the whole BMW team with this achievement and the successful realisation of their goal – to further industrialise 3D printing methods for automotive production and to implement new automation concepts in the process chain!

Making the virtual world a reality! Join our virtual event.

01 July, 2020
To get the trade show season up and running, we found a corona-proof way to get out of the starting blocks: with our accelerating digital event! While the virtual domain has limitless possibilities, we still live in the physical world. With our exclusive industrial additive manufacturing event – we are making the virtual world a reality. On July 9th and 10th, be sure to stop by and visit us at our digital booth, where you can talk to our experts and find out how to make your ideas into real-life objects. Join presentations, learn more about our MetalFAB1 system and find out why our customers consider us as their preferred partner - all from the comfort and safety of your (home) office. Forget the lines, logistics and the long hours of traveling, sign up here to join this accelerating digital event from anywhere in the world. Are you interested in scheduling a meeting in advance? Anything is possible, just let us know via email! ______________________________________________________________ Missed our virtual event? Don’t worry, you can join it on demand now! You can still schedule a meeting with one of our experts, join presentations, learn more about our MetalFAB1 system and find out why our customers consider us as their preferred partner.

3D printed titanium impeller just as good as casting, but available ten times faster

22 June, 2020
The oil and gas industry spends billions of euros on keeping the spare parts in the stock worldwide, it can drastically change the business model by replacing it with printing on demand. That is one of the conclusions of the Joint Innovation Project Oil and Gas. Additive Industries has printed one of these impellers for the pump of a fire extinguishing system on an oil rig. 

“Automation” working group meeting of VDMA to be hosted at Additive Industries HQ on October 14th

16 June, 2020
As a proud member of the VDMA, Additive Manufacturing Association, we are honoured to announce to be hosting the second day of the working group Automation at our HQ in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on October 14th, 2020. We are happy to give an opportunity to the working group to have planned discussions directly at the Industrial Additive Manufacturing environment.
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