Addifab’s innovative 3D printing approach receives a seal of approval

At the end of 2014, the three entrepreneurs Lasse G. Staal, Jon Jessen, and Peter Lund Sørensen established the company Addifab with the ambition of automatizing the 3D printing process.

Addifab has developed its 3D printing technology for injection molding, Freeform Injection Molding, with the aim to unite the benefits of 3D printing and injection molding.

Through a MADE Demonstration Project with technological support from FORCE Technology, Addifab succeeded in validating that the company’s special 3D print process is able to manufacture parts comparable with those produced by a regular injection molding process.

This validation has made it possible for Addifab to enter new markets and collect revenue with its Freeform Injection Molding process.

“This project has enabled us to establish a number of new customer relationships, and we now have a collaboration model so that we always know which process we must go through, when a new customer enters with a new material for printing”, Lasse G. Staal of Addifab says.

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