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Introducing CAAM: Innovation that Increases Part Strength



Bonita Springs, FL MAY 17, 2022: – ADDMAN Engineering brings to market a patent pending innovation with CAAM (Computer Aided Additive Manufacturing). The technology is an evolution of outdated slicing techniques and delivers increased strength and less porosity. ADDMAN CTO Mark Saberton commented, “Our ADDMAN culture is to start with problems and work backwards. As we solved customer problems, we identified the need for stronger parts and, as a result, our team developed something revolutionary.” Saberton went on to comment “we have developed what we believe will be a revolutionary disruption to the way parts are 3D printed. I am proud of our team and partners for their work over the past year to bring this innovation to market.”

ADDMAN will bring CAAM technology to market by delivering exceptional strength and quality to customer projects and through select licensing agreements with industry partners. The CAAM technology is the first of multiple software developments currently underway at ADDMAN. To start a conversation about CAAM visit

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