The Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association (AMGTA) reports that six new Additive Manufacturing companies have joined the association, bringing its active membership to thirty-three members from eleven countries.
Divergent Technologies, Torrance, California, USA, joined the AMGTA as a new founding member, and will serve alongside existing founding members ExOne, QC Laboratories, Sintavia, Stratasys and Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation. These members determine the strategic direction of the AMGTA, provide governance oversight, and consider future research projects that members may vote to commission.
Joining the AMGTA as new participating members are: the Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing (ACAM) at RWTH Aachen University, Kurtz Ersa, Nexa3D, Tekna Advanced Materials and Trane Technologies. They will serve alongside existing participating members 3D Metalforge, 3D Systems, 3YOURMIND, 6K, AMT, BASF 3D Printing Solutions, the Danish AM Hub, DyeMansion, EOS, Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology (ILT), GE Additive, HP, Hyperion Metals, Materialise, National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS), NatureWorks, Rusal America, Siemens Digital Industries Software, SLM Solutions, Stryker, The Barnes Global Advisors (TBGA) and Trumpf.
“I’m excited to officially welcome aboard Divergent Technologies, our new founding member, as well as each of our new participating member organisations,” stated Sherry Handel, Executive Director of the AMGTA. “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 Additive Manufacturing. 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.”