Addideba adds Additive Industries L-PBF systems to its product portfolio

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Addideba Laser & Metal AM, headquartered in Deba, Spain, has been named sales partner in Spain of the Dutch L-PBF system manufacturer Additive Industries.

With this agreement, Addideba strengthens its position on the Spanish metal AM market and adds L-PBF process to its portfolio.  

According to Addideba’s General Manager, Dr. Xabier Garmendia, “with this agreement we add the L-PBF technology to our portfolio, enabling us to target new key sectors. The addition of Additive Industries allows us to cover the 2 main metal AM technologies i.e., Laser Metal Deposition and Laser-Powder Bed Fusion.

“We are extremely happy to collaborate with Addideba as a partner with a strong expertise in additive manufacturing, and we are looking forward to providing our technology to Spanish customers” states Stephane Escalier, business development director of Additive Industries. 

Additive Industries systems provide high level of reproducibility, productivity, and flexibility. In addition, adopting L-PBF technology in the manufacturing process can drastically shorten the lead time of spare parts, which is key to reduce logistical movements.  

Additive Industries MetalFABG2 systems offers 3 possible configurations: core, automation, and continuous productions. Configuration options include multiple build-chambers, automatic powder removal and automatic powder handling.

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