AMGTA (Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association) is a global trade organization established to promote the environmental benefits of additive manufacturing. The organization said six new companies have joined the group, bringing the total number of active members to 33.

AMGTA is the first association in the additive technology industry to promote and educate about the benefits of sustainable development in the industry. Along with more and more companies that have decided to join the association, it is becoming more and more popular.

The AMGTA is joined as a new founding member by Divergent Technologies, a world leader in the design, printing and assembly of optimized and sustainable vehicle structures using a fully adaptive end-to-end production system. Founding members define the strategic direction of the AMGTA, provide governance oversight, and consider future research projects for which members can vote in committee. One of the founding members is Stratasys.

As new members to AMGTA joined: ACAM (Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing), Kurtz Ersa – a manufacturing company that has been offering innovative solutions focused on electronics manufacturing equipment, molding and automation machines for over 240 years, Nexa3D – manufacturer of ultra-fast polymer 3D printers, Tekna Advanced Materials – supplier of high purity metal powders for applications such as 3D printing in the aerospace, medical and automotive sectors, and Trane Technologies – providing efficient and sustainable solutions for buildings, homes and transportation through an environmentally friendly portfolio of products and services .

The new members will work with the existing group of companies: 3D Metalforge, 3D Systems, 3YOURMIND, 6K, AMT, BASF 3D Printing Solutions, AM Hub, DyeMansion, EOS, Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology (ILT), GE Additive, HP, Hyperion Metals, Materialize, National Manufacturing Institute Scotland, NatureWorks, Rusal America, Siemens Digital Industries Software, SLM Solutions, Stryker, The Barnes Global Advisors and TRUMPF.


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