Additive Industries celebrates first system handover in China

01 November, 2019

Additive Industries has officially handed over its first MetalFAB1 system in China to the Marine Equipment Technology Institute (METI) of Jiangsu University of Science and Technology in Zhenjiang, China. At the ceremony in the additive manufacturing center of METI, many local VIPs were present from the university, regional and local governmental as well as the Mayor from Eindhoven, John Jorritsma. As part of the trade mission celebrating 25 years of collaboration between the Provinces of Jiangsu and Noord-Brabant, home of Eindhoven Additive Industries’ headquarters in the Netherlands, also the Governors of both provinces celebrated the collaboration. The MetalFAB1 system, used by global market and innovation leaders in aeronautics, space and high performance automotive, will allow METI to accelerate production of heat exchangers for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and other maritime, oil and gas applications. Please find the press release & pictures below

- Press release Additive Industries celebrates first system handover in China
- Grouppicture next to the MetalFAB1 From left to right: Mike Goh (General Manager of Additive Industries Asia Pacific), Dr. Jiang Zhiyong (Dean of Marine Equipment Technology Institute of Jiangsu University of Science and Technology),  Daan Kersten (CEO of Additive Industries), Mr. Zhan Lifeng (Member of the Standing Committee of High Tech District of Zhenjiang City, Secretary of the Party Working Committee of High Tech District of Zhenjiang City),  John Jorritsma (Mayor of Eindhoven), Dr. Yu Menghong (Member of standing committee of the Party Committee of the Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, vice president of Jiangsu University of Science and Technology), Dr. Chen Chao (Assistant Dean of Marine Equipment Technology Institute of Jiangsu University of Science and Technology)
- Picture 1 Press release Additive Industries celebrates first system handover in China From left to right: Mike Goh (General Manager, Additive Industries Asia Pacific), Daan Kersten (CEO, Additive Industries), Wim van de Donk (Commissaris van de Koning van Noord-Brabant), Wu Zheng Long (Governor Jiangsu Province, China). On the right in the picture is also John Jorritsma (Mayor of Eindhoven, with orange tie)
- Picture 2 Press release Additive Industries celebrates first system handover in China
- Picture of John Jorritsma (Mayor of Eindhoven) 

 

 

Additive Industries launches 6th edition of Design Challenge during Dutch Design Week

25 October, 2019

During the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, the largest design event in Northern Europe, Additive Industries has launched its sixth edition of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge. In order to grow the number of examples and inspire many other industries to develop dedicated applications for industrial 3D printing, Additive Industries is motivated to keep organising its annual Design Challenge. Every year the professionals and students are encouraged to redesign an existing conventional part of a machine or product for 3D printing or to come up with new inspiring designs of functional parts. Please find below the press release in English, as well as the visual of the Design Challenge 2020. 
- Press release 6th Additive World Design for AM Challenge
- Visual Press release 6th Additive World Design for AM Challenge

Additive Industries near to complete its global coverage by the appointment of two new agents

25 September, 2019

Just prior to the start of the TCT UK 2019 exhibition in Birmingham, UK, Additive Industries has signed an Agency Agreement with two new agents. With the appointment of Benson Machines, a well-established company specializing in precision manufacturing solutions, and CMI Electronics Trading, an experienced aerospace and high tech industrial supplier for industrial metal 3D printing solutions and part printing services, Additive Industries is nearing completion of its global coverage.

- Press Release Additive Industries appoints Benson Machines and CMI Agents 
- Picture 1 Additive Industries appoints Benson Machines 
- Picture 2 Additive Industries appoints CMI Agents

Additive Industries adds metal 3D printing veteran Lars Ryberg to its Sales Team

05 September, 2019

Additive Industries continues its steep growth path with another hire in their Sales Team. Lars Ryberg, until recently as a Senior Sales Director responsible for Arcam and Concept Laser in various countries at GE Additive, joins Additive Industries with over 12 years of experience in metal additive manufacturing servicing Aerospace-, Medical implants-, and other industries.  Please find the entire press release and the picture of LarsRyberg below:
- Press Release Additive Industries adds metal 3D printing veteran Lars Ryberg to its Sales Team
- Picture of Lars Ryberg, Business Development Director at Additive Industries responsible for UK, Ireland and Nordics

Additive Industries largest aerospace customer expands installed base to 10 before the year-end

27 August, 2019

Additive Industries North America, Inc. is proud to announce the purchase of 6 MetalFAB1 systems by a prestigious aerospace company located in California. This firm order validates the Additive Industries’ concept of production-based metal powder bed fusion systems for maximum overall equipment efficiency. When the order for six machines arrives at the customer site later this year, it will bring the installed base of MetalFAB1 systems to 10 with more possible in 2020. This customer was able to consolidate approximately 700 kilograms of powder in the month of June with the 4 laser MetalFAB1 systems currently in operation. The application represents an inflection point in metal powder bed fusion part production where candidate parts were typically limited to fist size volumes to meet ROI calculations. Please find the press release & visuals below:
- Press Release Additive Industries largest aerospace customer expands installed base to 10 before the year-end
- Picture of Shane Collins, General Manager for Additive Industries North America, Inc.
- Visual of the MetalFAB1 system
- Visual of multiple MetalFAB1 systems

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