Formnext 2021: AM Live and in Color! 

We are pleased to inform you that AddUp will be attending
Formnext this year!

Formnext is the international meeting point for the next generation of intelligent industrial production. Once again, the event will gather the best of the additive manufacturing and industrial 3D printing communities. AddUp is excited to share our new generation of FormUp 350 created by industry, for industry! 

AddUp has prepared many exciting things for the Industry, so follow us on our social media or even better, come and meet us live on stage!

-  Celebrating the launch of our Next Generation FormUp 350
-  Showcasing two Additive Manufacturing technologies (PBF, DED)
-  Exhibiting use cases in several industry segments

Not registered yet? Be our guest! Use the link below to sign up for an entry pass, compliments of AddUp!
Already registered? You can also use this form to schedule a meeting with us at the show. We look forward to seeing you there!

November 16-19, 2021


Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Congress Center Messe Frankfurt 
Hall 11, Booth C21


Introducing the
New Generation FormUpĀ® 350

Developed by manufacturers for manufacturers

The FormUp 350 machine is a solution for metal additive manufacturing using laser powder bed fusion (L-PBF). This modular and scalable machine offers a high level of productivity and allows the manufacture of high-quality parts while ensuring user safety.


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Hall 11, Booth C21



Powder Bed Fusion (PBF)

Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) technology is a metal additive manufacturing process that allows the production of high-precision parts with very high mechanical properties.

In a laser PBF machine, parts are made in successive horizontal layers. For each layer, metal powder is spread on a production platform, and a laser melts the areas that need to be solidified.

FormUp 350 PBF machines are safe, efficient and scalable. They integrate more than ten years of experience of AddUp and Michelin in PBF technology.

Directed Energy Deposition (DED)

Directed Energy Deposition (DED) technology is a process of bringing metal powder into a melt pool created by a laser. Parts are created by an overlay of weld beads.

DED technology is suitable for the manufacture of large parts. It also allows other types of applications:

  • Repair of worn or deteriorated parts
  • Addition of features (modifying the geometry of an existing part)
  • Metal coating on existing parts (modification of part properties)
  • Creation of new materials from multiple metals
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