K3D and Obasogie Okpamen winners of Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2019

20 March, 2019

During the awards dinner of the 7th edition of the Additive World Conference, Chairman of the Jury, Ultimaker’s Steven van de Staak, announced K3D and Obasogie Okpamen as winners of the Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2019. All finalists, three in the student category and three professionals, pitched their designs in front of the 5-member jury. After deliberation they made a unanimous and well-advised selection in both categories. The winning designs, a ‘Dough Cutting Knife’ and a ‘Twin Spark Engine Connection Rod’, are inspiring use cases of industrial 3D metal printing. Please see the press release & a picture below: 
- Press Release Additive Industries Press Release Winners Design Challenge 2019
- Picture Press Release Additive Industries Press Release Winners Design Challenge 2019

Additive Industries appoints Sinsun-Tech agent for China

21 February, 2019

On Thursday, February 21, 2019, at the opening of the TCT Asia 2019 exhibition & conference at SNIEC in Shanghai, China, Additive Industries has signed an Agency Agreement with Sinsun-Tech Corporation Ltd. Following the recent expansion of Additive Industries into the Asia Pacific region through the setup of a regional Process & Application Development Centre in Singapore, Sinsun-Tech teams up with Additive Industries to develop the Chinese market for industrial 3D metal printing systems. Please see the press release & a picture below:
- PR Additive Industries appoints Sinsun-Tech agent for China  (in English)
- PR Additive Industries appoints Sinsun-Tech agent for China (in Chinese) 
- Picture  of the new partners, from Left to Right: Bart Leferink (Director Global Channel Sales, Additive Industries), Wang Jun (General Manager, Sinsun-Tech Corporation Ltd.) and Mike Goh (General Manager, Additive Industries Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.) 
 

Additive Industries secures € 10M for international expansion

11 February, 2019

Additive Industries has secured a EUR 10 Million loan from BOM Brabant Ventures and existing shareholder Highlands to accelerate the growth towards a worldwide top 3 position. Since its inception in 2012, Highlands has been the stable financing partner of Additive Industries and is now joined by BOM Brabant Ventures, a regional investment fund aiming for a strong, sustainable, and future-proof Brabant. The Province of North-Brabant is the home of many high tech equipment OEMs with its concentration in and around Eindhoven, where Additive Industries was founded in 2012. Please see the press release & the pictures below:

- Press Release Additive Industries secures € 10M for international expansion (EN)
- Persbericht 10 miljoen euro voor internationale groei Additive Industries (NL)
- Picture of the signing ceremony (from the left to the right): Jonas Wintermans, co-founder of Additive Industries and Board Member of Highlands; Miriam Dragstra, CCO of Brabant Development Agency (BOM); Daan A.J. Kersten, CEO & co-founder of Additive Industries
- Picture of the MetalFAB1 at the Additive Industries facility

Finalists Design Challenge 2019 accelerate in industrial 3D printing

07 February, 2019

On Thursday, February 7,2019, Additive Industries announced the finalists of Additive World Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2019. From a group of 121 contestants, both professionals and students, 3 finalists were selected per category. This year we have two honourable mentions in the professional category. Please find our press release and a visual of the finalists below:

- Press Release Finalists Design Challenge 2019 
- Visual Finalists Designs Design Challenge 2019
The designs are (from left to right, first top row then bottom):

  • “Hyper-performance suspension upright” from Revannth Narmatha Murugesan, Carbon Performance Limited (United Kingdom, professional category)
  • “Cutting dough knife” from Jaap Bulsink, K3D (The Netherlands, professional category)
  • “Cryogenic Cold Trap” from Kartheek Raghu, Wipro3D (India, professional category)
  • “Brake Caliper” from Nanyang Technological University team (Singapore, student category)
  • “Cubesat Propellant Tank” from Abraham Mathew, the McMaster University (Canada, student category)
  • “Twin Spark Connecting Rod” from Obasogie Okpamen, the Landmark University (Nigeria, student category)

Additive Industries appoints Mike Goh General Manager for Asia Pacific hub

13 December, 2018

Additive Industries has hired Mike Goh to lead the 3D printing systems manufacturer’s expansion in the Asia Pacific region. With over 20 years in regional business development and technical sales management, Mike has been responsible for advancing the business at the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing since early 2015. In this capacity he was working closely with the Singapore additive manufacturing ecosystem to engage companies to adopt 3D printing technology through research collaborations. In his new role, Mike will set up and run the recently announced Additive Industries Process & Application Development Center in Singapore and build a team to grow the Company’s business in Asia. Please find the press release and a picture below:

- Press Release Additive Industries appoints Mike Goh General Manager for Asia Pacific hub
- Picture of Mike Goh

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