The leading international network for
Industrial Additive Manufacturing
Mobility goes Additive is the leading international network of companies, institutions and research institutes working on industrial additive solutions.
We are an international network that deals with the possibilities of Additive Manufacturing (3D printing). Our focus is on the challenges of the users of this technology. By connecting the right partners in the network, we support users in their entry into 3D printing and manufacturers, service providers and research institutes in user-oriented business development.
Benefits of membership
In our network, companies, research institutes and institutions participate in the joint exchange of experience. We create added value for our members through know-how transfer, training, joint innovation developments and research activities with a strong user focus. In addition, we find solutions to questions of paramount interest in working groups.
The goal of Mobility goes Additive and all network members is to overcome the challenges of serial Additive Manufacturing (3D-printing) with joint forces. In achieving this goal, one thing sets us apart: The will of the network members to achieve results and to work productively and focused on solutions and their willingness to jointly establish Additive Manufacturing as an integral part of the production chain.
How to become a member
Here you will find the important documents for joining the network.
Who is already a member?
Mobility goes Additive currently has more than 80 globally active members from all areas of Additive Manufacturing. These members are involved in 8 working groups with more than 25 working group meetings per year. The complete overview of members can be found here.
What is the network working on?
The thematic work takes place in working groups. These working groups deal with specific challenges of Industrial Additive Manufacturing identified by the members. In order to address these challenges, the groups meet for thematic work at least quarterly.
To find out more about the key topics the network is working on, click here.