Additive Industries

Finalists Announced for Additive Industries’ Metal 3D Printing Design Contest

Additive Industries, the Dutch company that has recently launched one of the most advanced and automated SLM-based, production-grade 3D printers on the market, organized a global contest asking both students…

At The Inside 3D Printing/METAV Düsseldorf Conference, Participating Is Winning

The topics for the many of the presentations at Inside 3D Printing in Düsseldorf were some of the most “industry centered” in the show’s recent history. The Synergies with the METAV show may have…

MetalFAB1 Unveiled: Additive Industries Presents the First Truly Industrial 3D Metal Printing System

Today we have many choices in 3D printing. The desktop and professional arenas are expanding rapidly with a wide range of basic and alternative materials emerging, along with many nifty…

Materialise and Additive Industries Announce a Partnership in Conjunction with the Release of MetalFAB1

With so many companies producing so many varieties of additive manufacturing equipment, it can sometimes be difficult to avoid disconnect between hardware and software systems. Belgian company Materialise has made it a…

Harry Kleijnen Set to Take Over MetalFAB1 3D Printer Development for Additive Industries

Harry Kleijnen is set to take over as the Manager of Process and Application Development at Additive Industries. Kleijnen steps in following his stint as the leader of the Philips…

MetalFAB1 Quality Assurance And 3D Systems’ Lack Thereof

I believe the new 3D printing system from Additive Industries, MetalFAB1, will include 3DSIM and PrintRite3D. Additive Industries has acted in a certain manner and described the 3D printing system…

Sigma Labs’ In-Process Technology to Overcome Barriers in Metal 3D Printing

The National Institute of Technology (NIST) recognizes the need for in-process sensing and control for the broader acceptance of metal 3D printing. Variation in part quality due to defects in…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — May 23, 2015

This week’s stories we didn’t cover move from small daily details, like 3D printed bowls we can slurp from, all the way to a new industrial-size metal printer from Additive…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — January 24

This week’s news stories we didn’t have time to cover run the spectrum of 3D printing heavy-hitters, from top industry leaders to the desktop geniuses who populate the 3D printing space. While industry leaders…