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Dedicated infrastructure for gasses critical to safety and productivity

Additive Industries has added the Air Liquide solutions for supply and storage of shielding gasses to its proposition in industrial additive manufacturing. Thanks to Air Liquide, a dedicated infrastructure blueprint for the MetalFAB1 system will enable the Additive Industries customers in demanding markets like aerospace, automotive, medical and high tech equipment to increase both the quality and safety of the 3D printing process as well as post-processing.

“We are proud to team up with Additive Industries to provide the optimum solution at a customer site for their production processes”, said Diederick Luijten, Managing Director IM Benelux of Air Liquide.

Daan Kersten (Additive Industries) adds that this partnership helps solve the gas infrastructure puzzle. “On our continuous quest to improve the performance of our systems while offering our users a fully integrated solution, we have identified the gas infrastructure for argon and nitrogen as an often overlooked but important piece of the puzzle. Because of our partnership with Air Liquide, we now can offer a blueprint to our customers to guarantee a reliable gas storage and supply as well as a higher level of safety.”

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