Sauber Technologies and Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN extend partnership with Additive Industries to push boundaries in metal additive manufacturing

29 June, 2022

Sauber Technologies and Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN have extended their technology partnership with Additive Industries for another three years. Sauber Technologies has been using Additive Industries’ MetalFAB platform for additive manufacturing since 2017, with a current count of four systems in-house. This summer, both parties celebrate the fifth anniversary of their long-term strategic metal additive manufacturing partnership. With the focus of both parties on productivity, part reproducibility and industrial series production, they are eager to keep pushing boundaries in metal AM to manufacture light weight crucial components for the automotive, industrial & tooling industries. From the start of the collaboration, Additive Industries has enabled the professionals of Sauber Technologies to accelerate in the metal additive manufacturing domain. The investment in the MetalFAB systems – with its unique open parameters - allowed Sauber to reduce cycle times in the manufacturing of innovative parts for their own wind tunnel models, F1 race cars as well as third-party business.
Please read the full release, as well as Sauber Technologies' PR below:

- Additive Industries' PR: Sauber Technologies and Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN extend partnership with Additive Industries to push boundaries in metal additive manufacturing
- Sauber Technologies' PR: Sauber Technologies extends partnership with Additive Industries to push boundaries in metal additive manufacturing
- Picture of Sauber Technologies' facility

Additive Industries wins TCT Transport Application Award at prestigious 3D printing and additive manufacturing event TCT 3Sixty

09 June, 2022

Additive Industries has been awarded the TCT Transport Application Award at the annual TCT 3Sixty, UK's most influential 3D printing and additive manufacturing event. Additive Industries received the award for its collaboration with Volkswagen on a tooling nozzle for the Volkswagen Tiguan. Volkswagen deployed Additive Industries’ MetalFAB metal 3D printing system to achieve a 650% cost reduction in the manufacture of a tooling nozzle used for the automated deposition of a rope in the chassis flange of the VW Tiguan. This part, which helps prevent flange corrosion, was manufactured in a single piece in 316L stainless steel. Previously, the component was made up of two pieces and produced in a more expensive Ti-alloy. This winning case can be found here. Please read the full release below and see all the available pictures:
- PR Additive Industries wins TCT Transport Application Award at prestigious 3D printing and additive manufacturing event TCT 3Sixty
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Picture of the Additive Industries Team receiving the TCT Transport Application Award at the TCT 3Sixty event. From left to right: Jason Bradbury, British Tech Television presenter; Lars Ryberg, Additive Industries' Director Business Development UK & Ireland; Kartik Rao, Additive Industries' Strategic Marketing Director; Martina Riccio, Additive Industries' P&AD Manager; Irina Schatorjé, Additive Industries' Global Director Marketing & Communications; Dr. Mark Beard, Additive Industries’ Global Director of Process & Application Development and General Manager of the Centre; CRP Technology representative
- Picture of the Volkswagen tooling nozzle for the Volkswagen Tiguan 
- Picture of the VW Tiguan car

Dr. Raymond Clinton Jr. (NASA) and Dr. Thomas Rohr (ESA) perform official opening of Additive Industries’ new Process and Application Development Centre in Filton (Bristol)

20 April, 2022

Today, Dr. Raymond Clinton (Corky) Clinton Jr. (NASA) and Dr. Thomas Rohr (ESA) performed the official opening of Additive Industries’ new Process and Application Development Centre in Filton, near Bristol. Corky Clinton works for NASA as the Associate Director of the Science and Technology Office. Thomas Rohr is Head of Materials and Processes Section at the European Space Agency (ESA). At the opening, the two representatives from the space industry were joined by Dr. Mark Beard, Additive Industries’ Global Director of Process & Application Development and General Manager of the Centre. Please read the full release below:
- PR Dr. Raymond Clinton Jr. (NASA) and Dr. Thomas Rohr (ESA) perform official opening of Additive Industries’ new Process and Application Development Centre in Filton (Bristol)
- Picture of the Grand Opening of Additive Industries' Process and Application Development Centre in Bristol. From left to right: Dr. Thomas Rohr, Head of the Materials and Processes Section at ESA; Dr. Mark Beard, Additive Industries’ Global Director of Process & Application Development and General Manager of the Centre; and virtually: Dr. Raymond Clinton (Corky) Clinton Jr., the Associate Director of the Science and Technology Office at NASA 
- Picture of the Grand Opening of Additive Industries' Process & Application Development Centre in Bristol; red button & reveal of MetalFABG2. From left to right: Dr. Mark Beard, Additive Industries’ Global Director of Process & Application Development and General Manager of the Centre; Mark Vaes, CTO of Additive Industries; Mark Massey, CCO at Additive Industries; Ian Howe, CEO at Additive Industries
- Picture of the Additive Industries' Process & Application Development Centre launch together with the flagship product MetalFABG2. From left to right:Dr. Mark Beard, Additive Industries’ Global Director of Process & Application Development and General Manager of the Centre; Mark Vaes, CTO of Additive Industries; Mark Massey, CCO at Additive Industries; Ian Howe, CEO at Additive Industries
- Group picture from the official Grand Opening of Additive Industries' Process & Application Development Centre in Bristol & Excellence in Space Seminar

ABB selects Additive Industries’ MetalFAB1 platform for on demand digital spare parts production

15 February, 2022

After an extensive market survey and process evaluation, ABB Turbocharging, a technology and market leader in the manufacture and maintenance of high-end turbochargers, has decided to invest in Additive Industries’ MetalFAB1 platform. With this state-of-the-art metal additive manufacturing system, designed for industrial production, ABB produces spare parts for its 500 kW to 80+ MW turbochargers for diesel and gas engines on-demand. ABB and Additive Industries are jointly optimizing the integrated process to replace casting and move part fabrication to the digital space. Please read the full release below:
- PR ABB selects Additive Industries’ MetalFAB1 platform for on demand digital spare parts production
- Picture of Egon Seegers, General Manager Service Parts of ABB Switzerland Ltd, Turbocharging next to the MetalFAB1 system
- More information about MetalFABG2 Series

Safran Group deploys Additive Industries’ flagship MetalFAB1 to boost productivity and safety in additive manufacturing

16 November, 2021

Additive Industries is pleased to announce that the Safran Additive Manufacturing Campus - part of the Safran Group - has successfully deployed its flagship MetalFAB1 industrial 3D printer. Safran selected the modular and scalable MetalFAB1 3D printer for its high quality capabilities, its safe operation and its gains in productivity. The company deploys the system to manufacture highly complex parts for its aviation, defence and space business in which parts manufacturing has to meet the most stringent technical and quality requirements. Safran installed the MetalFAB1 in June 2021 for testing. After preliminary acceptance in July 2021 the company has now officially accepted the solution. Please read the full release below:
- PR Safran Group deploys Additive Industries’ flagship MetalFAB1 to boost productivity and safety in additive manufacturing
- Picture of Safran & Additive Industries Formnext 2021, from left to right: Stephane Escalier, Director Business Development France at Additive Industries; Udo Burggraf, Global Director Strategic Accounts at Additive Industries; FX Foubert, CEO of Safran AM Campus; Ian Howe, CEO at Additive Industries; Eric Recton, Chef de Projet Industriel; Olivier Chantoiseau AM Process Engineering Manager at Safran AM Campus; Mark Massey, CCO at Additive Industries

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