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