Catalysis Additive Tooling is moving into the European market by licensing its technology for 3D printed tooling.

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Title: A New Partnership in 3D Tooling: Catalysis Additive Tooling and innoMold Join Forces

Date: August 14, 2023

In the exciting world of additive manufacturing, Catalysis Additive Tooling has taken a major step forward by licensing its groundbreaking 3D printed tooling technology to innoMold, a renowned tool manufacturer based in Düsseldorf, Germany. This strategic partnership, operating under the name Catalysis Additive Tooling GmbH, aims to revolutionize tool manufacturing using cutting-edge 3D printing technology.

By incorporating Catalysis’ 3D printing technology, innoMold will be able to optimize their operations in various sectors such as thermoforming, seat foam manufacturing, jigs, and fixtures. The integration of this advanced tooling technology is anticipated to substantially reduce tooling costs and manufacturing time, making it a game-changer for the industry.

“I’m thrilled to announce the licensing of our 3D printed tooling technology in Europe. The remarkable company culture and determination exhibited by innoMold make them an ideal partner for Catalysis as we aim to strengthen our global leadership position in 3D tooling applications,” said Darrell Stafford, President and CEO of Catalysis Additive Tooling.

Catalysis Additive Tooling GmbH’s CEO, Jean-Christophe Figueroa, expressed his excitement about this milestone collaboration by stating, “Adding this state-of-the-art tooling technology to our existing 3D printing solutions portfolio marks a significant milestone for innoMold. The innovative spirit and customer-centric approach of the Catalysis team align seamlessly with our company culture.”

Catalysis Additive Tooling, founded in 2016 by Darrell Stafford and Rick Shibko, has achieved remarkable success in the past seven years by manufacturing over 1,300 tools and serving more than 110 customers. Their expertise in 3D printing technology has solidified their position as leaders in the field.

On the other hand, innoMold is an affiliate of the well-established innoCast Group, which has been operating since 2003. Managed by industry experts Dr. Thomas Bettermann, Jean-Christophe Figueroa, and Ekkehard Petzold, innoMold brings a wealth of experience in the automotive sector to this collaboration. The innoCast Group boasts an impressive track record, delivering over 50,000 parts made with their own 3D printed tools to 250 customers in 24 different countries.

This partnership between Catalysis Additive Tooling and innoMold signifies a major leap forward in the field of 3D tooling applications. By joining forces, these industry leaders are set to accelerate the adoption of 3D printed tooling on a global scale, providing cost-effective solutions and pushing the boundaries of innovation.

To learn more about this groundbreaking collaboration, stay updated with Catalysis Additive Tooling’s latest achievements, or engage in discussions about the future of additive manufacturing, join the conversation on the TCT Additive Manufacturing Network. Additionally, make sure to grab your FREE print subscription to TCT Magazine for extensive coverage of the industry. And for those looking to showcase their contributions to the additive manufacturing field, don’t miss the opportunity to exhibit at TCT 3Sixty, the UK’s definitive and most influential 3D printing and additive manufacturing event.

The future of 3D tooling applications is here, and Catalysis Additive Tooling and innoMold are leading the way towards a more efficient, cost-effective, and innovative era in manufacturing. Stay tuned for more exciting advancements in the world of additive manufacturing.

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