From left to right: Jan-Cees Santema, sales director at Additive Industries, Dr Kristian Arntz, chief engineer at Fraunhofer IPT, Daan A J Kersten, CEO of Additive Industries, Dr Biba Visnjicki, MD at the Fraunhofer Project Centre, Kai Winands, head of additive manufacturing at Fraunhofer IPT, Maurice Herben, program director at the Fraunhofer Pro-ject Centre, Professor Ian Gibson, scientific director at Fraunhofer Project Centre, Harry Dirrig, business development, Additive Industries, Harry Kleijnen, key account manager at Additive Industries.
From left to right: Jan-Cees Santema, sales director at Additive Industries, Dr Kristian Arntz, chief engineer at Fraunhofer IPT, Daan A J Kersten, CEO of Additive Industries, Dr Biba Visnjicki, MD at the Fraunhofer Project Centre, Kai Winands, head of additive manufacturing at Fraunhofer IPT, Maurice Herben, program director at the Fraunhofer Pro-ject Centre, Professor Ian Gibson, scientific director at Fraunhofer Project Centre, Harry Dirrig, business development, Additive Industries, Harry Kleijnen, key account manager at Additive Industries.

Additive Industries has launched a new partnership with Fraunhofer Project Center at the University of Twente and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT in Aachen, Germany.

The 3D printing company has reportedly sold a MetalFAB1 system to the Fraunhofer Project Center and has entered into a strategic collaboration with them and Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT. The main aim of this partnership is to qualify new materials, improve design guidelines, increase post-processing expertise, and enable the integration of metal additive manufacturing into industrial process chains for broader industry acceptance, the company said.

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