The Power of a Network
Grenzebach Maschinenbau GmbH
The company was founded in 1960 by Rudolf Grenzebach and is today one of the world’s leading technology companies in its markets. More than 3.000. installed plants in 55 countries standing for quality and reliability and the company is with over 1.500 employees and locations in Germany, Rumania, USA and China still family-owned.
In the additive manufacturing business segment is Grenzebach a reliable partner for efficient and safe serial production of components based on intelligent automation and networking. Together with manufacturers of 3D printers and equipment in the additive manufacturing environment, as well as companies using this process, Grenzebach develops holistic solutions that precisely fit the respective requirements. Here, the company contributes automated hardware and software interfaces as well as holistic solutions for material flow and transport between individual processes.
VOLKMANN GmbH is one of the leading developers and manufacturers of systems for powder handling and material conveying. For more than 10 years, the innovative solutions for the processing of used powder and for the vacuum conveying of the powder have proven themselves in additive manufacturing with metal powders with numerous applications.
Together with Volkmann we launched a scalable, closed-loop metal powder handling solution for our EOS M 290, EOS M 400 and EOS M 300 series.
nTop (formerly nTopology) was founded in 2015 with the belief that engineers’ ability to innovate shouldn’t be limited by their design software. Built on proprietary technologies that upend the constraints of traditional CAD software while integrating seamlessly into existing processes, nTop allows designers to create complex geometries, optimize instantaneously, and autom
Materialise was founded in 1990 and is now the world’s leading provider of software solutions for rapid manufacturing. Materialise currently has six plastic laser sintering systems. The company's role as an EOS partner is to develop software to enable and optimize innovative applications of industrial 3D printing. This includes creating STL files, preparing build orders, optimizing designs, and even reverse engineering.
CO-AM: the secure, cloud-based software platform that scales all your additive manufacturing (AM) workflows.
Magics: Use CAD and mesh tools in Magics’ comprehensive toolbox to simplify and optimize your additive manufacturing (AM) workflow.
Siemens' robust portfolio of software allows you to execute the entire additive manufacturing process from design to production. Read below to learn what it takes to industrialize additive manufacturing: Siemens NX
- Design for additive manufacturing
- Print build preparation
- Build simulation
- Machine connectivity
- Post-print processing
- Process management
Solukon is a German high-quality supplier of powder removal and processing systems for metal and polymer Additive Manufacturing. Founded in 2015, the company, located in Augsburg has extensive experience in the development of AM systems and related peripheral equipment. Solukon depowdering systems are based on Solukon’s unique Smart Powder Recuperation (SPR®) process, removing residual powder from complex metal parts by automated part rotation and controlled vibration in a safety-controlled atmosphere. Solukon products meet the highest functionality and safety standards and are also approved for safe and reliable removal of tough-to-handle and reactive materials.
The Munich-based DyeMansion was founded in 2013 and offers industrial solutions for surface finishing and dyeing of additively manufactured plastic parts. The print-to-product workflow developed by DyeMansion covers every step of the finishing process, from the raw part to the finished product. Alongside the world’s first automated dyeing system DyeMansion DM60, its product portfolio includes two other systems for the industrial post-processing of laser-sintered plastic parts. DyeMansion also offers a dyeing service.