23 October 2020
AM-Flow has been named Winner of the Formnext Startup Challenge 2020
For the sixth time, the international Formnext Start-up Challenge has recognized young companies from all over the world of additive manufacturing for their innovative business ideas and cutting-edge technical developments.
AM-Flow, the Amsterdam and Brainport Eindhoven based Additive Manufacturing Automation company, today announced it has together with four other startups been awarded the FormNext Startup Challenge award.
“Five outstanding start-ups managed to win over this year’s jury with their innovations: Addiguru (USA), AM Flow (the Netherlands), Molyworks (USA), NematX (Switzerland), and TOffeeAM (UK). Molyworks also took home the AM Ventures Impact Award, which was conferred for the first time as part of the Formnext Start-up Challenge. These international winners will now present their breakthrough ideas during Formnext Connect.”
CEO Stefan Rink comments on the news:
“FormNext is the leading global platform that enables us to promote our solutions to the AM industry. Being awarded this prize by our peers is an enormous honour and validation of our vision. The award will help AM-Flow and our post processing automation solutions to raise post processing automation on the agenda of the AM Industry.”
Formnext – Where ideas take shape.
As the leading industry platform for additive manufacturing and industrial 3D printing, Formnext is the international meeting point for the next generation of intelligent industrial production.
In addition to the entire spectrum of different AM processes, Formnext presents an overview of all upstream and downstream processes. An accompanying conference with talks by industry innovators, moderators and champions will offer users intensive insights into the AM world and industrial 3D printing.
It is where experts from a wide range of industry sectors, such as automotive, aerospace, mechanical engineering, medical technology, electrical engineering, and many more, come together to discover innovative production technologies for themselves.