Additive Industries launches 5th edition of Design Challenge during Dutch Design Week

25 October, 2018

During the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, the largest design event in Northern Europe, Additive Industries has launched its fifth edition of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge. Industrial 3D metal printing or additive manufacturing is gaining ground every day and in order to grow the number of examples and inspire many other industries to develop dedicated applications for industrial 3D printing, Additive Industries is organising this Design Challenge. Competing in two categories, both professionals and students are encouraged to redesign an existing conventional part of a machine or product for 3D printing. Please find the press release and pictures below:

- Press release 5th Additive World Design for AM Challenge Final (EN)
- Persbericht 5e Additive World Design for AM Challenge gelanceerd (NL)

- Picture Winner Design Challenge 2018 - student category
- Picture Winner Design Challenge 2018 - Professionals category 
- Picture Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2019

3rd Dimension accelerates industrial 3D metal printing with Additive Industries

22 October, 2018

During the Additive Industries partnership event at the Formula 1 race in Austin, Texas, 3rd Dimension Industrial 3D Printing, one of the leading metal additive manufacturing companies from North America, has confirmed the first order of a MetalFAB1 system to produce large and high quality parts at the highest productivity. The experienced engineering team of 3rd Dimension, with its racing background, recognize the advantages of the MetalFAB1 in terms of precision and high level of automation to reduce the lead-time. Simultaneously the Additive Industries technology allows 3rd Dimension to build big parts in the largest symmetrical build volume commercially available in the market today. Please read the full press release below: 

Press release​ 3rd Dimension accelerates industrial 3D metal printing with Additive Industries (EN)
Picture 3rd Dimension accelerates industrial 3D metal printing with Additive Industries
(from left to right: Shane Collins, Daan Kersten, Bob Markley and Jonas Wintermans)

Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team installs 3rd MetalFAB1 system and extends technology partnership with Additive Industries

19 October, 2018

At the start of the Formula 1 race event in Austin, Texas, Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team and Additive Industries have announced to extend their 3-year Technology Partnership to 5 years. Recently the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team has taken delivery of its third MetalFAB1 system within a year and expanded its 2nd system with an additional build chamber or Additive Manufacturing Core to expand the productivity. Please read the full press release below: 

Press release Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 team extends Technology Partnership with Additive Industries (EN)
- Picture Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 team extends Technology Partnership with Additive Industries (Daan Kersten & Frédéric Vasseur)
- Picture Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 team extends Technology Partnership with Additive Industries (Drivers)
- Technology Partnership Movie Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 team & Additive Industries

Dutch Prime Minister opens new Additive Industries factory

03 October, 2018

Dutch Prime Minister, Mr. Mark Rutte, has opened the brand new factory of Additive Industries in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. After speeches by the two founders of Additive Industries, Jonas Wintermans and Daan Kersten, Mark Rutte unveiled the spacious, clean and open factory space of the fast growing manufacturer of industrial 3D metal printing equipment. Please read the full press release below:

Dutch Prime Minister opens new Additive Industries factory (EN)
Minister-president Rutte opent nieuwe fabriek Additive Industries (NL)
Picture Speach Prime Minister Mark Rutte
Picture Official moment Board and Prime Minister
(From Left to Right: Mark Rutte, Jonas Wintermans, Ilko Bosman, Mark Vaes, Daan Kersten)
Picture Official moment at the MetalFAB1 machine and Alfa Romea Sauber Formula 1 race car
(From Left to Right: John Jorritsma, Jonas Wintermans, Ilko Bosman, Mark Vaes, Mark Rutte, Daan Kersten, Paul van Nunen, Ad Wintermans, Boris Wintermans)

* all pictures by Joost Duppen

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