AddiFab is a Danish-based growth company
With roots in the Hearing Aid and Medical industries, we have developed a deep understanding for how to deliver products and machines with high levels of accuracy and flexibility. We have assembled a team of highly competent technicians, engineers, business developers and end-users. We change the boundaries of today’s manufacturing and help our customers reach the upcoming markets of mass customization and low cost scale-up productions.
Our original intent was to automate 3D printing, but we found that today’s 3D printers cannot not be automated with a satisfying result. Therefore, we have developed our own printers to enable automation of the processes that comes after. In this process, we have strived to create a flexible system that allows incorporation of existing techonologies. This allows us to become the first 3D printing company that will capture the potential in Industry 4.0.
AddiFab is specialized in:
- Additive Manufacturing
- Post-process automation
- Software Development
- Mechanical engineering
- Mass Customisation
Eliminating The Pain of New Product Introductions
When developing a new product, launch decisions often boil down to the question if it is worth the risk to invest in injection moulding tools and set up production. This is especially the case if products are small, complex and markets new. Many good ideas die here.
We have seen how the hearing aid and dental industries are benefitting from the advanced product customizing that has been developed over the last decade. But the production is based on prototyping equipment and manual post processing. At AddiFab, we are bringing Additive Manufacturing to a level where you can trust the machinery to perform as production machinery, and not like prototyping tools. This gives you the flexibility and mass personalization capabilities of additive manufacturing, combined with the scale and selection of materials from industrial manufacturing.
Products are getting bigger and cheaper all the time, and it seems like we have forgotten the importance of small things. At AddiFab we have great experience with micro manufacturing and development of advanced products. In our world, additive manufacturing and microns go hand in hand, and that is why all our machines has been developed to support 10-micron repeatability and accuracy. Microns are no longer miles away.
Jon leads Add-Line production and development as well as our pilot production. Jon has previously worked as a toolmaker and as a design and construction engineer. Jon is also responsible for helping prospective customers to choose the best solution for their particular needs.
Peter has several years of experience in software and electronics development as well as system architecture and integration, robotics and automation. Peter is responsible for the development and maintenance of AddiFab's IT infrastructure, Production Systems and the Quality Assurance platform.
Lasse combines experience from a broad range of management jobs in both software and hardware industries with a background in medical device development. Lasse is the point of contact for our key customers and responsible for the ongoing development of the AddiFab business.