The Danish company and MADE member Andertech was established in 1984 with a focus on supplying the plastics industries with machines and equipment.
Today, Andertech, with Erik Sten Andersen in charge, has been through a radical transformation. They now operate a machine park with 60 3D printers which they use to print components for their own products, as well as printing components and products for other companies.
– Our rule of living is that everything we do has to be scalable, globally interesting and innovative, Erik Sten Andersen explains.
As a part of the MADE research program in Smart Factories, FORCE Technology has made a case description about Andertech's digital transformation. Read in Danish here.