Westfield, Indiana – September 30th, 2021: ADDMAN Engineering, LLC, (“ADDMAN”) an engineering-focused service bureau, is excited to announce the acceptance of a state-level manufacturing grant from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.
The grant will be for $150,000 and will be made available to ADDMAN Engineering in the coming weeks. The company plans to use the funds to purchase a Velo3D Sapphire laser powder bed fusion machine that will ensure continued manufacturing success and economic support for the state.
Mitch Landess, Vice President of Innovation and Digital Transformation for Conexus is looking forward to assisting ADDMAN in using the funds for the purchase of a Velo3D.
“The Velo 3D is one of the most advanced printers in the world. This is an incredible device when it comes to manufacturing the most intricate parts you can imagine. ADDMAN will be able to create a wide range of parts out of nearly any material. With this grant and this device, they’ll be able to raise the bar for the additive manufacturing industry in our state.”
With an AI-powered full-stack solution including integrated Flow™ design software and Assure™ quality assurance, VELO 3D Sapphire allows for simplification of parts, previously impossible geometries, and shorter print times, without the constraints that come with traditional manufacturing or other AM providers.
About The Indiana Economic Development Corporation
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation is a government entity tasked with assisting local Indiana businesses to grow and thrive. The organization offers a wide variety of programs and awards for businesses throughout the state of Indiana. Their manufacturing readiness grant program is designed to offer to fund to top-quality manufacturing organizations that operate in the state. The grant program hopes to help businesses push innovation to new heights while assisting local companies to continue doing business in Indiana.
About ADDMAN Engineering
ADDMAN Engineering is the only engineering-centric additive service bureau in North America. The company offers entire product life cycle support including prototype design, simplification of complex parts, custom tooling, and after-market digital inventory solutions. ADDMAN utilizes metals and polymers to create parts of every kind. Processes include laser scanning, composite printing, metal printing, and CNC 5-Axis. ADDMAN serves the space, medical, aerospace, military, automotive, orthotics, automation, and consumer industries. For more information visit: www.addmangroup.com