About Additive Integrity

The Additive Integrity Journey with Sarah Goehrke

After finding myself in the 3D printing industry through an adventure in job seeking circa 2014, I developed a love for the technology. What turned the job track into a career for me, though, was the people.

Following three years leading the team at as the Editor-in-Chief, in 2018 I founded Additive Integrity LLC.

The initial mission of Additive Integrity was to provide targeted content for additive manufacturing — with integrity.


From July 2018 through April 2021, I offered editorial services to major players, startups, and every sized 3D printing entity in between. Blogs, articles, editing, consulting, panel moderation, speaking services: there was never a dull moment.


These offerings were built around the relationship I had in place with my primary client, Fabbaloo, where through a partnership with Additive Integrity I took on the role as Managing Editor in August 2018.

In May 2021, I added a second focal contract. With Women in 3D Printing, I created the role of Director of DEI Initiatives. This part-time contract added to my existing volunteer-based work with Wi3DP on the Board of Directors and on the executive committee of our TIPE 3D Printing conference.

2021 was a strong time for change and reflection, though. My contract with Fabbaloo ended at the end of July 2021 after an excellent three years with an excellent team. My Wi3DP contract ended at the end of September 2021 as I moved the DEI work to a volunteer basis, remaining deeply involved as the Head of DEI @ Wi3DP.

In October 2021, I began a full-time role on a new side of the 3D printing industry: the inside.

Working now as the Senior Director, Strategic Communications and Ecosystems at Nexa3D, I have the capability to drive change at a company making real impact on the industry -- and on the world.

As of October 2021, Additive Integrity LLC remains operational, on a limited basis, offering moderating and speaking services for both virtual and in-person events.


Sarah Goehrke lives outside Cleveland, Ohio (eastern time zone) with her husband, son, and three cats. She holds bachelor's degrees, summa cum laude, in English (creative writing focus) and Theatre (directing focus), and graduated with a minor in Spanish language. Sarah remains active acting with local theatre productions. Prior to landing in 3D printing, Sarah worked in industry research/forecasting as an editor and analyst. She has also worked as a freelance fiction editor. 

In the US, "Goehrke" rhymes with "turkey".