New Members for Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association

October 28, 2021

The Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association (AMGTA) has added six members, bringing its active membership ranks to 33 members from 11 countries. Included is Founding Member Divergent Technologies, a designer, printer and assembler of optimized and sustainable vehicle structures using a fully adaptive end-to-end production system, Divergent Adaptive Production Systems (DAPS). DAPS is designed to replace traditional vehicle manufacturing. 

Joining the AMGTA as new Participating Members: ACAM, the Aachen (Germany) Center for Additive Manufacturing, which pools resources and facilitates industry’s access to the additive manufacturing (AM) expertise of scientific and research institutions; Kurtz Ersa, offering solutions focused on electronics production equipment, molding machines and automation; Nexa3D, seeking to sustainably digitize the supply chain and a maker of polymer 3D printers; Tekna Advanced Materials, provider of high-purity metal powders for applications such as 3D printing in the aerospace, medical and automotive sectors; and Trane Technologies, which brings sustainable solutions to buildings, homes and transportation through a portfolio of products and services.

“Our esteemed global trade consortium is wholeheartedly committed to supporting our mission and provides a solid foundation as we continue to grow and strategically invest in sustainability research projects in AM,” says Sherry Handel, AMGTA executive director. “I look forward to working with each of our members as we expand the AMGTA as the key industry resource committed to advancing sustainability in the AM industry.”

Industry-Related Terms: Additive manufacturing
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See also: Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association

Technologies: Management

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