Additive Works is a Bremen-based software company founded in 2015 that develops user-friendly software solutions for the simulation-assisted preparation of additive manufacturing processes. Its mission focuses on developing the laser beam melting technique into a single-click process by integrating new technologies into the process chain. The company's core product “Amphyon” offers modular solutions to determine optimal part orientation, automatically generate optimized support structures, simulate the build process, and exploit simulation results to create 3D models that compensate for any part distortion arising during the process. This allows the costs of industrial 3D printing of metal parts to be massively reduced by avoiding non-viable builds and cutting down the time spent on manual process preparation.
BinC Industries SA, founded in Switzerland in 1995, developed the Micro-Machining Process (MMP), a patented precision method for surface treatment. MMP can differentiate between primary and secondary levels of roughness and microtopographies very precisely, and process them accordingly. With its dedicated machining centers, BinC Industries is ideally equipped to offer manufacturers customized solutions for surface treatment that meet their requirements. A key advantage of MMP is the repeatability of precise surface treatment solutions per industry standards. Based in Genolier near Geneva, the company has 32 employees.
BinC Industries SA
Chemin de la Caisserie 4
Laurent Cataldo (CEO)
Tel. +41 22 994 40 50
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.
From the design stage to fully automated solutions, Extrude Hone supports its customers with edge blending, shaping, and fine-flow tuning surface solutions based on mature processes and state-of-the-art finishing technologies. Its newest division, Extrude Hone Additive, was launched in April 2018 to support customers with the development, building and final production of additively manufactured parts that require finishing processes. Extrude Hone serves customers in many market segments, including the automotive, aviation, heavy industry, medical and engineering sectors. The company offers its customers access to AFM (Abrasive Flow Machining), ECM (Electrochemical Machining), ECM Dynamic, PECM (Precise Electrochemical Machining), COOLPULSE and TEM (Thermal Energy Method) and always stands ready to assist during feasibility testing and demonstrations.
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.
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.
Since 1873, Ossberger has been concerned about the world's development and what can be done to make it a good one. From the earliest days, our focus had been on innovative and environmentally friendly technologies in the field of engineering. This has made Ossberger what it is today: a strong, modern and development oriented family-owned company. With its three business units Hydropower Technology, Plastics Technology and Surface Technology it contributes to improving the quality of life all over the world.
OSSBERGER GmbH + Co. KG
91781 Weißenburg i. Bay.
Tel: +49 9141 977-0
Russell Finex is global leader and manufacturer of high-quality powder recovery systems for every stage of the the Additive Manufacturing industry. These systems are designed to recover, reuse, and requalify recycle additive manufacturing powders for reuse and ensure they are qualified for use quickly and safely.
All units ensure a controllable and repeatable process to give optimum sieving efficiency and minimal manual involvement. This , keepsing your operators safe and allowsing them to allowing operators to focus on value added tasks. From handling smallsmall , low maintenance batches of powder batchess to full scale production scale closed loop systems, this is a fully flexible range which can be used for numerous powder handling tasks.
Russell Finex has used over 85 years of expertise to develop this range of additive manufacturing equipment. We have been working with the AM industry since its conception to ensure our product range meets your company’s current and future needs.
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.