ADDere is a cutting-edge laser-wire additive manufacturing process for 3D printing high complexity, industrial-grade metal components
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The protection of our customer’s valuable information is of the greatest importance to us. We have put procedures in place to ensure that what is entrusted to ADDere stays with us. In that regard, ADDere offers ITAR-compliant data, product, and process management services to customers in the aerospace and defense industries, who require the necessary document tracking and security.
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Large components operate on their own economies from the high-volume parts made on laser-wire machines. Buying a large-scale additive manufacturing system without testing its abilities can feel like a gamble, especially when there are specialized requirements for the parts to be printed. Sometimes the number of components needed isn’t enough to rationalize the purchase of hardware needed to print the smaller runs. Many times it’s both.
In either case, ADDere understands the situation and provides metal printing as a service to manufacture these components on our machines. Whether to prove our system’s metal additive manufacturing abilities or to run parts without having to invest in 3D printing systems and training, ADDere can print your projects. Learn More…
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