FOR INNOVATORS & VISIONARIES IN MICROMANUFACTURING
We provide high-precision and innovative additive micromanufacturing solutions for technology visionaries and companies aiming to be at the forefront of innovation.
Our unique CERES printing system is designed for researchers and scientists to conduct additive micro-manufacturing (µAM) of metals on the micrometer scale. CERES can print complex micro metal objects with nanometer resolution, in sizes from 1 µm to up to 1000 µm, at room temperature and without the need for post-processing.
Due to the spectacular market response to our technology, the former business unit from Cytosurge AG was spun-off in 2019 into its own independent company, Exaddon AG.
Our mission is to solve the technological challenges of our partners and customers by creating new additive micro-manufacturing solutions. Speak with us today to discuss how our globally unique technology and expertise can realize and extend your manufacturing vision.
Edgar is particularly interested in combining market needs with technical solutions, interacting with people and inspiring them to create new ideas. He has held various positions previously, such as product manager, team leader and business development manager in organizations with global footprint. The tremendous commercial potential and the entrepreneurial adventure of the micro 3D metal printing have fascinated him from the very beginning.
He likes sailing and kite surfing in summertime, and skiing in winter.
Dr. Wabe Koelmans
Wabe’s passions to understand how things work and connect to people have made him a technology team builder. As CTO he sets the technical direction of our company and heads the R&D team. Wabe has held several R&D positions in organizations ranging from a high-tech startup to a world leading corporation. He has a multidisciplinary expertise in micro- and nanotechnology. Now he puts his passion and experience to good use being responsible for our micromanufacturing technology.
In his free time Wabe enjoys sports, many outdoor activities and is active in the church.
Dr. Giorgio Ercolano
Giorgio obtained his PhD degree in Materials Science at the University of Cambridge, England. He has research experience in nanomaterial engineering for electronic and energy applications. Giorgio joined Exaddon as an expert in electrochemical processes. His main objective is to support the team in understanding and controlling the fundamental phenomena governing the micromanufacturing process of metal.
Giorgio has a passion for both music and travels. If Giorgio is not exploring new places during his free time, he is usually playing with his synthesizer.
Interested in 3D printing and nanotechnology, Thibaut holds an Engineer’s degree in Material Sciences and Engineering from the Grenoble Institute of Technology, France. With his strong education background and adaptive skills, Thibaut is eager to tackle the technological challenges of the development of the micromanufacturing process.
A science-fiction enthusiast, an organist and an amateur cook, Thibaut always has something to do in his free time, if he is not out in nature on sunny days.
Luca is a young, motivated software engineer who supports the Exaddon Research & Development team in further developing our control software. To broaden his IT knowledge, he also studies computer science at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences as a part-time student.
In his spare time, Luca enjoys photography and playing around with the newest gadgets.
ACCOUNTANT (External Employee)
As an external accountant (B.+ G. Schneider Treuhand AG), Michelle is responsible for our accounting since the company was founded. She processes all supplier and sales invoices as well as salaries and always keeps our bookkeeping perfectly up-to-date.
To balance out her daily job with numbers, Michelle passionately plays curling. Another one of her hobbies: Michelle likes to cook for friends.