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Ai Build enters reseller partnership with WEBER Additive

The partnership will combine WEBER's extruding heads with Ai Build's award-winning software to provide a fully integrated, large-format additive manufacturing solution

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Ai Build, a London-based additive manufacturing software developer, has entered an official reseller partnership with WEBER Additive, a German family-run enterprise and manufacturer of extruder technology. The partnership will combine WEBER’s extruding heads with Ai Build’s award-winning software to provide a fully integrated, large-format additive manufacturing solution.

Source: Ai Build on LinkedIn.

“This partnership between Ai Build and WEBER is truly unrivaled. This step takes the excellent cooperation that has been in place for years to the direct benefit of our customers to the next level”, said Payam Daneschwar, Division Director at WEBER Additive.

“With over 60 years of experience with direct extrusion, WEBER has some of the highest quality and robust machines on the market. This is why we are happy to have our software being combined with their machines. Only with quality hardware and software working together can the end user get a quality print!” said Luke Rogers, Commercial Director at Ai Build.

“Central to our partnerships is a common ethos: a dedication to making LFAM accessible for critical industries. We see this success being reliant on a perfect harmony of hardware and software to take cutting-edge technology and deliver industry-ready solutions. Through this deepening partnership with WEBER, we are confident that together we can ease the adoption of LFAM and improve first-time right for manufacturers,” stated Ai Build on LinkedIn.

Ai Build partners with major manufacturing firms, including Boeing, to expand the use of additive manufacturing in large-scale industrial applications. These applications range from specialized tooling to end-use components in the aerospace, automotive, and energy sectors. Early customers of Ai Build have experienced significant improvements, including a 65% decrease in failed production attempts and a 90% increase in overall build efficiency. In October last year, the company completed a Series A funding round of $8.5 million, led by IQ Capital, with participation from Nikon, alongside existing investors.

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