Würth Additive Group offers manufacturing industry customers worldwide a full spectrum of 3D printing solutions. In addition to the sale of 3D printers, 3D scanners, 3D consumables and occupational safety products specifically for additive manufacturing, the Würth Additive Group provides training programs for 3D printing, offers an online platform for the easy placement of 3D printing orders and takes over the quality assurance of 3D printed parts in its own testing laboratory. In addition, the Würth Additive Group enables the integration of printed parts into automated logistics and procurement solutions of Würth Industrie Serivce. In this way, our customers also benefit from maximum security of supply for 3D printed parts.
Through individual 3D printing solutions, the Würth Additive Group creates more efficiency in the supply chain, reduced development times and optimal fulfillment of customer needs.
Würth Additive Group makes the validation, procurement, and integration of additive manufacturing technologies as simple as possible. We work for a future with less waste and frustration with the help of digital inventory management.
- Everything from a single source: One partner for 3D printing
- Consideration of conventional and additive manufacturing processes
- Worldwide network with Würth companies, test laboratories and 3D printing service providers
- Individual trainings: We turn you into a 3D printing expert
- Simple and straightforward inquiry and ordering process via WAG online platform
- Holistic service: consulting, training, manufacturing, post-processing & finishing, quality assurance
- Automated, demand-oriented parts supply through digital inventory management
Global companies need global partners
Vestas - the global specialist for wind turbines uses the integrated offer of the Würth Additive Group. The Würth Additive Group has installed 9 printers at 8 different locations in Asia, America and Europe. In addition, Vestas procures 3D printing materials, spare parts, maintenance products as well as operating and auxiliary materials specifically for the 3D printing sector from the Würth Additive Group.
“Working with Würth Additive Group enabled us to execute on our big goal — to roll out an international additive manufacturing project over nine sites in eight different countries. We can trust our equipment, materials, and spare parts to be stocked, delivered, and maintained as promised. Even though the technology is new for many of our international sites, they don’t have to open a single new vendor account — they can work with their trusted local Würth partners.”
Jeremy Haight - Specialist, Principal Engineer Automation & Additive Manufacturing, Vestas
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