Additive Industries’ MetalFAB1 system to benefit the UK Space Sector

04 May, 2021

We are glad to announce thatThe Satellite Applications Catapult, the UK’s technology and innovation company, adds the MetalFAB1 system to benefit the UK Space Sector. Over the coming months, the Satellite Applications Catapult and Additive Industries will be demonstrating its capabilities to interested UK organisations and will showcase the potential for additive manufacturing for the space sector, with a specific emphasis on rocket engines. Please find our press release, additional information and pictures below:

- Press Release: Additive Industries’ MetalFAB1 system to benefit the UK Space Sector (Additive Industries)
- Press Release: New Additive Manufacturing System for the UK Space Sector (The Satellite Applications Catapult)
- Picture of Mr Lars Ryberg, Director Business Development UK & Ireland (left), inspecting the MetalFAB1 with Mr Mike Curtis-Rouse (right) Head of Manufacturing for Space at Satellite Applications Catapult. A similar machine will be installed at the Westcott Innovation Centre to increase UK space manufacturing capability
- Picture of Mr Mike Curtis-Rouse, Head of Manufacturing for Space at Satellite Applications Catapult, next to the MetalFAB1 system

 

Additive Industries appoints Mark Massey as new CCO

20 April, 2021

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Massey as Chief Commercial Officer. The creation of the CCO position and Mark’s addition to the team is the first step in the expansion of the company’s global commercial organisation to support its growth ambitions. Please find our press release (EN & NL) and the picture of Mark Massey below:

- Press Release Additive Industries appoints Mark Massey as new CCO (English)
- Press Release Additive Industries appoints Mark Massey as new CCO (Dutch)
- Picture of Mark Massey, CCO of Additive Industries

Additive Industries expands leadership team to accelerate company’s growth

18 March, 2021

We are proud to announce today the expansion of the leadership team to accelerate Additive Industries’ growth. Both new leaders, Ian C. Howe as a new CEO and Carlien Siebelt as a new CFO, have extensive experience in their respective fields. They are joining Additive Industries to further drive a clear growth strategy to continue industrialisation of metal additive manufacturing in a.o. the aerospace, energy, oil & gas, high-tech equipment and automotive market verticals. Please find our press release and picture below:

- Press Release Additive Industries expands leadership team to accelerate company’s growth
- Picture of Ian C. Howe, CEO of Additive Industries
- Picture of Carlien Siebelt, CFO of Additive Industries
- Joint visual Ian C. Howe (CEO) & Carlien Siebelt (CFO)

 

 

Additive Industries announces new flagship 3D metal printer MetalFAB-600

12 November, 2020

Additive Industries, developer and manufacturer of 3D metal printers for industrial manufacturing, announces the development of its new flagship model MetalFAB-600. The company expects to present the new model towards the end of 2021.
The MetalFAB-600 will offer a build size of 600x600mm and 1000mm Z-height, one of the largest volumes in the industry, and 5X larger in volume than Additive Industries’ current MetalFAB1, that already offers 420x420x400. The MetalFAB-600 will be highly productive with a deposition rate up to 1000cc/hour, using 10x1kW lasers. It is developed on a platform that allows even further expansion of the build volume and productivity in the future. 
Please find our press release and picture below:

- Press Release Additive Industries announces new flagship 3D metal printer MetalFAB-600
- Picture Press Release Additive Industries announces new flagship 3D metal printer MetalFAB-600

 

 

Makino and Additive Industries announce the signing of LOI for joint project

11 November, 2020

Today 3D metal printer manufacturer Additive Industries and Makino a manufacturer of high-quality milling machines signed a Letter of Intent (LOI), for a joint project to develop integrated process chains anticipating on the upscaling of industrialized Additive Manufacturing. Instead of treating additive manufacturing of metal parts and post processing as separate processes, the two companies aim to develop a process chain where their technologies seamlessly work together. Please find our press release and visual below:

- Press Release Makino and Additive Industries announce the signing of LOI for joint project
- Visual Press Release Makino and Additive Industries announce the signing of LOI for joint project

 

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