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':

Additive Industries enters market for 3D printing of high quality automotive parts

15 May, 2016

On the first day of RAPID 2016, the largest US trade fair and conference on additive manufacturing and 3D printing, Additive Industries has announced the fifth MetalFAB1 system is sold to GKN Powder Metallurgy, the world’s leading manufacturer of precision automotive components. Although Additive Industries had already declared ‘sold out’ for their MetalFAB1 Beta systems, they decided to re-open the Beta programme and build a fifth machine.

Additive Industries presents MetalFAB1 in North America

15 May, 2016

At RAPID 2016, North America’s largest professional 3D printing tradeshow, Additive Industries presents it first truly industrial 3D metal printing system, MetalFAB1. This is the first time across the Atlantic and the official launch for the US market. Additive Industries will start to build a North American sales and service organisation to support its MetalFAB1 users. 

Official handover of the First MetalFAB1 System to Airbus APWorks

21 April, 2016

Additive Industries has handed over its first industrial 3D metal printing system, MetalFAB1, to Airbus APWorks, a 100 % subsidiary of Airbus Group. APWorks will start testing the integrated system and corresponding Additive World software platform for series production of industrial parts for its customers in robotics, mechanical engineering, automotive, medical technology and aerospace.