Lareka and Cassidy Silbernagel winners Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2017

16 March, 2017

On Wednesday March 15, Scott Summit, Chairman of the Jury announced the winners of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2017. After the presentation of all finalists to the Jury, two winners were selected that succeeded best at achieving the assignment to make a new design or redesign an existing product for additive manufacturing. The ‘Chocolate Shock Prevention Team’ of Lareka Confectionery Equipment from The Netherlands won in the professionals category with their redesigned ‘Sealer Arm’ for a chocolate bar packaging line. The winner in the students category is Cassidy Silbernagel, the last year winner from the University of Nottingham, UK.

- Press Release winners of Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2017
- Persbericht winaars van Design voor Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2017
- Picture of the winner (professional category)
- Picture of the winner (student category)
- Visual of the ‘Sealer-arm’ from the Team Chocolate Shock Prevention (Lareka, the Netherlands, professional category)
- Visual of the ‘Carburettor for an Internal Combustion Engine’ from Cassidy Silbernagel (The University of Nottingham, UK, student category)

Additive Industries presents competitive entry model MetalFAB1 for process development & prototyping

15 March, 2017

Eindhoven, The Netherlands - On the first day of its Additive World Conference, Additive Industries has presented a new entry-level model of its MetalFAB1 industrial 3D metal printing system. The system is developed specifically for process & application development and prototyping. Its compact footprint and competitive price point help first time users to gain experience with metal additive manufacturing before scaling for series production. The modular architecture, typical for the MetalFAB1 system family, allows for upgrading to a full size MetalFAB1 system later. The technology and build volume (420 x 420 x 400 [mm]) are identical to the larger size systems for series production. 

- Press Release MetalFAB1 Process & Application Development Tool
- Persbericht MetalFAB1 Process & Application Development Tool
- Visual MetalFAB1 Process & Application Development Tool
- Visual 2 MetalFAB1 Process & Application Development Tool
- Visual 3 MetalFAB1 Process & Application Development Tool
- Visual 4 MetalFAB1 Range

 

Finalists Design Challenge 2017

13 February, 2017

On Monday February 13, 2017 Additive Industries announced the finalists of Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2017 in two categories: professional or student designer. From a group of 76 contestants, almost double in comparison with last edition, 6 finalists were selected.

 

AddLab becomes AddFab and focuses on industrial serial production

27 September, 2016

In October 2013, together with 8 partners from the manufacturing industry, Additive Industries opens the doors of the AddLab at Stijp-S, Eindhoven. This week, after three fruitful years, the AddLab programme is going to end, but all the partners will continue with this technology.

Additive Industries delivers MetalFAB1 to Kaak Group for industrial series production

22 September, 2016

Additive Industries has officially handed over its first industrial 3D printing system MetalFAB1 in the Netherlands, to the Kaak Group in Terborg. This manufacturer of industrial production, particularly for bread and pizza, with 850 employees over different production locations (in the Netherlands, Germany, France and Italy) will use the machine to manufacture the parts for their own bread baking lines. Please read the full press release below (in Dutch':