VDL ETG, a Dutch designer of subtle mechatronic methods, has bought an Additive Industries MetalFABG2 steel 3D printing system to bolster its service as a Tier 1 provider.
The corporate helps unique gear producers throughout industries reminiscent of healthcare, semiconductor, photo voltaic and science & expertise.
Putting in a steel 3D printing system is a primary for VDL ETG, in addition to your complete VDL Group, with the corporate seeking to benefit from the MetalFABG2’s capability to fabricate components from stainless-steel in advanced shapes.
The corporate believes the set up of the MetalFABG2 will ‘enhance manufacturing versatility’. Already, VDL ETG has ‘distinctive product designs’ already queued for manufacturing, and anticipate to see ‘accelerated improvement and meeting’ of their merchandise.
Mark Massey, Chief Government Officer at Additive Industries, commented: “Partnering with VDL ETG and seeing them swiftly combine the MetalFABG2 into their processes has been an affirmation of our shared imaginative and prescient for progressive manufacturing. We’re excited concerning the transformative impression it will have within the mechatronics area.”
Along with VDL ETG, Additive Industries has seen its steel additive manufacturing expertise adopted by Volkswagen, Sauber Applied sciences and ABB Turbocharging. Additive Industries launched the MetalFABG2 system two years in the past to complement its flagship MetalFAB1 system. Its work with Volkswagen to develop a tooling nozzle earned the corporate a TCT Award in 2022.