APWORKS and Additive Industries advance to series production of certified parts

13 August, 2019
APWORKS located at the Airbus headquarters close to Munich was Additive Industries’ first customer and has extensively tested the MetalFAB1 Beta system since its installation in March 2016. The partners have jointly decided to now move to the next phase of industrial additive manufacturing: certification and series production. APWORKS, a 100% subsidiary of Premium AEROTEC and part of Airbus, main focus in Taufkirchen is on development and production of complex and advanced applications for metal additive manufacturing in non-regulated industries such as automotive, robotics or tooling, as well as new material and software development. The collaboration on series production of certified applications for the aerospace industry will be done closer to actual production at the new Additive Industries Process & Application Development Center on the aerospace campus in Filton, close to Bristol. Please read a press release on our Press Page and watch the video here.

Additive Industries becomes the finalist in two categories at TCT Awards 2019

30 July, 2019
Following some strong competition and an intensive review by the TCT expert advisory board,Additive Industries, in cooperation with Sauber Engineering, has been voted as a finalist for the Automotive Application Award for the TCT Awards 2019 with the entry 'Metal F1 Wind Tunnel Components'. At the same time we were delighted to getvoted as a finalist, together with K3D, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Kaak group, for our entry 'Industrial Robot Dough Cutting Knife'. Each of the finalists will be sent in full to a selection of the TCT Expert Advisory Board where the judging process will commence. The judges will collectively use their expertise from varied industries to pick a winner from each category. Winners will be announced on the evening of Wednesday 25th The National Conference Centre, UK.

Extension of Additive Manufacturing JIPs and deadline for new partners to join JIPs

05 July, 2019

In January 2018, 11 companies started two seamlessly aligned Joint Innovation Projects (JIPs). The group has grown to 18 partners by June 2019. The JIPs goal is to develop a guideline for the qualification of spare parts produced by Additive Manufacturing technologies, and an accompanying economic model, to be used in the Oil & Gas and Maritime industries. Recently, the JIPs have been extended till December 2019 to gain learnings from a 2nd round of part production and to allow maturing of draft guideline through the use by the partners.

F1 team of Alfa Romeo Racing strengthen Technology Partnership with Additive Industries

26 June, 2019

On behalf of Alfa Romeo Racing, Sauber Engineering, like the F1 team part of the Sauber Group and using the technology, have ordered its 4th multi-module, 4-laser MetalFAB1 Productivity system

Stéphane Escalier as Business Development Director for France

17 June, 2019

Global sales team benefits from extensive international aerospace expertise

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