GKN Aerospace CTO to open new Additive Industries facility in UK

18 February, 2020
We are happy to announce that on March 12th, GKN Aerospace CTO Russ Dunn will officially open the latest Additive Industries Process and Application Centre close to Bristol in the UK. This Centre is part of the global network of Additive Industries Competence Centres, also located in Eindhoven, Los Angeles and Singapore, each having their own specialism in different aspects of industrial additive manufacturing. The UK & Ireland Process and Application Centre’s core competence will be new materials and process development.

8th Additive World Conference, April 1 & 2, 2020

04 February, 2020
We are proud to announce that we are organizing the 8th edition of our annual Additive World Conference on April 1-2, 2020, in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

Did you talk to our customers at Formnext? See why they joined us (video)

06 December, 2019
We were delighted to have customers like Sauber Engineering (F1 team Alfa Romeo Racing), 3rd Dimension, K3D, Fraunhofer & AddFab joining us at our Formnext booth this year! They call us their preferred partnerbecause we “listen”, are always “available”, and a “reliable partner with an excellent service & high quality”. Curious to find out more, please see this short video!

Additive Industries on the cover of the TCT Magazine

03 December, 2019
On the cover of the latest issue of TCT Magazine Europe Edition, we talk you through the company’s history and vision for the future, including a different approach to additive manufacturing, explaining why productivity is key for our modular MetalFAB1 platform. We also highlighted our TCT Award winning collaboration with our customer K3D. 

Additive Industries launches unique co-operative to improve quality and reduce cost of consumables for 3D printing

19 November, 2019
At the start of FormNext, the world’s largest international trade fair for additive manufacturing technologies in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Additive Industries launched a new and unique initiative to pool the volume of generic consumables and services. The Additive Manufacturing Quality Co-operative (working title) is a not-for-profit entity that unites the customers of Additive Industries and allows them to pool the volume of metal powders, gases and generic services like testing of witness coupons, hipping of parts and other services where the volume normally is low, prices are high and lead-time is long. By joining forces with its customers, Additive Industries can standardize and control the quality of its consumable supply, especially the metal powders without increasing the cost. Whereas for other system manufacturers consumables are a revenue stream, Additive Industries has regarded this mainly as a cost reduction opportunity because of its focus to continuously reduce the total cost per part. The not-for-profit co-operative allows Additive Industries and its customers to offset the increased quality requirements of demanding markets like aerospace and medical.
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