Exceed limits: BMW i8 customer event at APWorks

Exceed the limits of what is feasible. Even during a helicopter pursuit Taufkirchen, April 2017: An exceptional event – approximately 50 guests and BMW i8 drivers visited APWorks in Taufkirchen, Germany end of March to get an overview of the Airbus subsidiary. Statements such as: Read More »

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Additive Industries Presents Competitive Entry Model MetalFAB1 for Process Development and Prototyping

New 3D metal printing system combines largest symmetrical build chamber and compact footprint 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 Read More »

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Additive Industries Presents 3rd Edition of Design Challenge

Professionals and students are invited to (re)design products dedicated for 3D metal printing Industrial 3D metal printing or additive manufacturing is growing rapidly. Even for series production in aerospace, automotive, medical and high tech systems parts and subassemblies are printed. Light weighting, mass customization, reduction Read More »

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Additive Industries Enters Market for 3D Printing of High Quality Automotive Parts

Additive Industries re-opens Beta programme and builds extra MetalFAB1 Beta system for GKN  Orlando, Florida – May 17, 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 Read More »

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Additive Industries Presents MetalFAB1 in North America

Additive Industries introduces their first industrial 3D metal printing system at RAPID in Orlando 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 Read More »

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Airbus Group Subsidiary, APWorks, Takes Delivery of its First MetalFAB1 System and Starts Industrial Series Production

 APWorks is participating in a beta programme of production trials aimed at putting Additive Industries’ MetalFAB1 system to the test Taufkirchen (D)/Eindhoven (NL), April 21, 2016 – Additive Industries has handed over its first industrial 3D metal printing system, MetalFAB1, to Airbus APWorks, a 100 Read More »

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Airbus APWorks Purchases First MetalFAB1 System and Embarks the Additive Industries Beta Programme

Dutch 3D metal printing start-up lands launching customer Airbus APWorks, a 100 % subsidiary of the Airbus Group, has placed an order with Additive Industries for their first industrial 3D metal printing system, MetalFAB1. Airbus APWorks is the first confirmed Beta customer for Additive Industries Read More »

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APWorks Launches Production On New Additive Manufacturing System

Additive Industries delivers its first MetalFAB1 System to Airbus APWorks Taufkirchen, April 21, 2016 – Airbus APWorks, a 100% subsidiary of Airbus Group, has taken delivery of and launched production with the MetalFAB1 3D printing system from Additive Industries. APWorks specializes in additive manufacturing for Read More »

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13th Rapid.Tech – Trade Forum “Aviation” Presents Trends and New Developments

High quality additive-manufactured components, produced faster Erfurt, April 2016: The aerospace industry is in the vanguard when it comes to integrating Additive Manufacturing (AM) and 3D Printing into parts manufacturing and spare parts supply. Now, the sector is preparing to reach yet further heights by Read More »

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Additive Industries Presents 2nd Edition of Design Challenge

Professionals and students are invited to (re)design products dedicated for 3D metal printing Industrial 3D metal printing or additive manufacturing is gaining ground by the day. In aerospace fuel nozzles are printed by GE Aviation and Siemens are printing parts for turbines. In the medical Read More »

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