K3D-AddFab scales for industrial additive manufacturing in high tech and aerospace

29 March, 2019

In 2013 AddLab was one of the first open innovation centers for 3D metal printing in Eindhoven. Today the partners KMWE, NTS-Group, Machinefabriek De Valk and K3D have announced to take their collaboration to the next level and scale their shared facility for true series production for applications in high-tech equipment and aerospace while changing the name to K3D-AddFab. In 2013 AddLab was one of the first open innovation centers for 3D metal printing in Eindhoven. Today the partners KMWE, NTS-Group, Machinefabriek De Valk and K3D have announced to take their collaboration to the next level and scale their shared facility for true series production for applications in high-tech equipment and aerospace while changing the name to K3D-AddFab.  Please see the English & Dutch press releases below, as well as a joint picture:
- Press Release K3D-AddFab scales for industrial additive manufacturing in high tech and aerospace (EN)
- Persbericht K3D-AddFab schaalt 3D metaalprinten voor high tech- en luchtvaartindustrie (NL)
- Group picture K3D-AddFab, from Left to Right: Hans Reutelingsperger (NTS), Paul Neggers (NTS), Jaap Bulsink (K3D), John Hagelaars (Machinefabriek de Valk), Edward Voncken (KMWE), Luuk Wissink (K3D), Jan-Cees Santema (Additive Industries), Ilko Bosman (Additive Industries) and Daan Kersten (Additive Industries).