The automotive industry has a rather tight relationship with 3D printing technology.
The shift from prototyping to production implies a great deal more automation must take place in 3D printing.
It’s not often Additive Industries announces a new platform, but they did this week.
I had the chance to speak with Additive Industries’ new CEO, Ian Howe.
Additive Industries announced the appointment of two new leaders, including a new CEO.
Additive Industries announced a partnership with Makino, and this should enable the company to provide significant additional functionality.
Additive Industries announced a partnership with Sigma Labs to allow use of PrintRite3D on their equipment.
Daan Kersten is now the former CEO of Additive Industries.
Additive Industries is looking ahead to its next steps with a major investment and an executive-level changeover.
Popular 3D printing event Additive World has announced that the conference will proceed in the face of coronavirus — but is now digital and free.
Every year Additive Industries sponsors an industrial 3D printing event, Additive World.
This week’s selection is the We Love Our Customers Heart by Additive Industries.
Additive Industries announced a series of interesting technical and corporate moves that should power their expansion. We speculate on what they could mean for the 3D printing industry.
Are you a student with an idea for a fantastic 3D printed part? If so enter Additive World’s Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge 2020.
What does it mean when a client buys a huge number of metal 3D printers? We have some thoughts on the implications to Additive Industries.