Geo Kingsbury enters Additive Manufacturing sector

February 1, 2018

Geo Kingsbury enters Additive Manufacturing sector

Geo Kingsbury is now also offering Additive Manufacturing solutions from AddUp Global Additive Solutions


Geo Kingsbury, a supplier of turnkey metal cutting systems to the UK and Irish manufacturing industry, has announced it is now also offering Additive Manufacturing solutions from AddUp Global Additive Solutions.

The company, based in Gosport, Hampshire, UK, has been named as exclusive distributor within the UK and Irish markets for AddUp’s range of metal Additive Manufacturing systems. “We have created a new Additive Manufacturing division at our offices in the Midlands, headed by Richard Hughes, to operate alongside our Large Prismatic Machines (LPM) and Milling Turning Grinding (MTG) technology divisions,” stated Richard Kingsbury, Managing Director of Geo Kingsbury.

“We will be looking to include further Additive Manufacturing processes in our portfolio in the coming months, signalling our intention to move strongly into this expanding area of manufacturing,” added Kingsbury.

Addup’s FormUp metal Additive Manufacturing machines are suited to a range of applications and offer a flexible and upgradeable system designed so that options can be added as needs and uses change. The powder bed systems are designed to be compatible with all types of materials including stainless steels, maraging steels, nickel alloys, titanium alloys and aluminium alloys.   |

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