MX3D’s Smart BRIDGE Unveiled by Robot in Amsterdam’s City Center

World premiere: Her Majesty the Queen of the Netherlands, Máxima, opens the first 3D printed steel bridge in the oldest neighbourhood of Amsterdam. Amsterdam, 15-07-2021 – Dutch technology scale up MX3D today unveiled the world’s first stainless steel 3D printed bridge in the city center Read More »

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Robotic 3D Metal Printing Scale-up MX3D Raises 2,25 Million Euro to Launch Their M1 Metal AM System

Amsterdam, 14 April 2021 – DOEN Participaties, PDENH and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) invest 2,25 million euro in Robotic 3D metal printing scale-up MX3D. The funds will be used to launch the M1, a complete robotic metal AM system, including a welding robot, software Read More »

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MX3D and Takenaka Corporation Present Strong Test Results on a Series of 3D-Printed Structural Steel Connectors

Amsterdam, 9 February 2021 – Large-scale 3D metal printing company MX3D has successfully produced a structural connector in duplex steel, designed in collaboration with the engineers of Takenaka, one of the largest architecture, engineering, and construction firms in Japan. This project showed the progress in Read More »

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Amsterdam Based Startup MX3D, ABB and Altair Present Their 3D Printed Optimized Robot Arm

Generative Design Customization + WAAM Printed Amsterdam, 8 July, 2020 – Metal 3D printing company MX3D has printed an optimized industrial robot arm, designed by engineers at Altair for a robot supplied by ABB. This project is an application of large-scale 3D metal printing for Read More »

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MX3D Takenaka Connector

Amsterdam based startup MX3D and Japanese construction company Takenaka Corporation present their 3D printed Structural Steel Connector Large-scale metal printing company MX3D has produced a Structural Steel Connector, designed in collaboration with the engineers of Takenaka, one of the largest architecture, engineering, and construction firms Read More »

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