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This section presents a list of key European Additive manufacturing related projects. Detailed info on each project appears in the document “European AM related Projects” available for download at the bottom of this page.  Also, information can be found at  the AM e-tool/database on the AM platform website:

1. Projects under FoF PPP

              phocam                 PHOCAM      Photopolymer based customized additive manufacturing technologies                            


 High Performance Production line for small series metal parts


Additive Manufacturing Aiming Towards Zero Waste & Efficient Production of High-Tech Metal Products  


Smart production of Microsystems based on laminated polymer films 

3D HIPMAS 3D-HIPMAS 3D-HIPMAS.Pilot Factory for 3D High Precision MID Assemblies 


High-Precision micro-forming of complex 3D parts 
 himicro  HI-MICRO

High Precision Micro Production Technologies 


 Additive Manufacturing for Wear and Corrosion Applications 


Flexible and on-demand manufacturing of customised spectacles by close-to-optician production clusters


 Flexible Mini-Factory for local and customized production in a container 

ADDFACTOR  ADDFACTOR   ADvanced Digital technologies and virtual engineering for mini-Factories 


Manufacturing decision and supply chain management system for additive manufacturing 


All-in-one manufacturing platform for system in package and micromechatronic systems 


The 3A energy class Flexible Machine for the new Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing on next generation of complex 3D metal parts
 TOMAX TOMAX  Toolless Manufacturing of Complex Structures 

REPROMAG  REPROMAG  Resource Efficient Production Route for Rare Earth Magnets 


Computer Aided Technologies for Additive Manufacturing 


Reconfigurable Machine for the new Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing of next generation fully personalized bionics and smart prosthetics


Selective tape-laying for cost effective manufacturing of optimised multi-material components  


Hybrid automated machine integrating concurrent manufacturing processes, increasing the production volume of functional on-demand using high multi-material deposition rates 

 Large Additive Subtractive Integrated Modular Machine 


 Developing a novel hybrid AM approach which will offer unrivalled flexibility, part quality and productivity 

fofam FOFAM

Industrial and regional valorization of FoF Additive Manufacturing Projects



 A strategic approach to increasing Europe’s value proposition for Additive Manufacturing technologies and capabilities 


 Development and Pilot Line Validation of a Modular Re-Configurable Laser Process Head 


 ENgineering COMPASS


A Productive, Affordable and Reliable solution for large scale manufacturing of metallic components by combining laser-based ADDItive and Subtractive processes with high Efficiency 

 Modular laser-based additive manufacturing platform for large scale industrial applications 

dream DREAM

Driving up Reliability and Efficiency of Additive Manufacturing 


High Performance Laser-based Additive Manufacturing


hyprocell HYPROCELL

Development and validation of integrated multiprocess HYbrid PROduction CELLs for rapid individualized laser-based production

hindcon  HINDCON Hybrid INDustrial CONstruction




Novel ALL-IN-ONE machines, robots and systems for affordable, worldwide and lifetime Distributed 3D hybrid manufacturing and repair operations 
AMABLE AMABLE AdditiveManufacturABLE

logo fit4fof FIT4FoF Making our Workforce Fit for the Factory of the Future


2. Projects under other Framework Programme calls

oxigen OXIGEN Oxide Dispersion Strengthened Materials for the Additive Manufacture of High Temperature Components in Power Generation
bionicaircraft BionicAircraft Increasing resource efficiency through implementation of ALM technology and bionic design in all stages of an aircraft life cycle



 Advanced Design Rules for Optimal Dynamic Properties of Additive Manufacturing Products

Biomaterials and Additive Manufacturing: Osteochondral Scaffold innovation applied to osteoarthritis 


 An integrated business model for customer driven custom product supply chain


Novel nanoparticle enhanced Digital Materials for 3D Printing and their application shown for the robotic and electronic industry 

FAST LOGO  FAST Functionally Graded Additive Manufacturing Scaffolds by Hybrid Manufacturing


 Support Action for Standardisation in Additive Manufacturing 

compolight  COMPOLIGHT

Rapid Manufacturing of lightweight metal components
nanotun NANOTUN3D Development of the complete workflow for producing and using a novel nanomodified Ti-based alloy for additive manufacturing in special applications


supreme SUPREME SUPREME-Sustainable and flexible powder metallurgy processes optimization by a holistic reduction of raw material resources and energy consumption


 revolver  REVOLVE

REVOLVE-Radio Technologies for Broadband Connectivity in a Rapidly Evolving Space Ecosystem: Innovating Agility, Throughput, Power, Size and Cost

3. Other EU projects

sam SAM Sector Skills Strategy in Additive Manufacturing
Logo CLLAIM CLLAIM Creating knowldge and skills in Additive Manufacturing

 3DPRinting Skills for Manufacturing 

 MachinE Tool ALliance for Skills

Spread of Additive Manufacturing and Advanced Materials Technologies for the promotion of KET Industrial Technologies in plastic processors and mould industries within Sudoe Space
 Implementation of Additive Manufacturing technologies in the Aerospace sector 


distraction DISTRACTION
Design against DISTortion of metallic aerospace parts based on combination of numeRical modelling ACTivities and topology optimisation (EU Clean sky)


 alforama ALFORAMA 
Innovative Al alloy For aircraft structural parts using Additive MAnufacturing technology (EU Clean sky)
 tifan  TIFAN
Manufacturing by SLM of Titanium FAN wheel. Comparison with a conventional manufacturing process (EU Clean sky)


erasmus3d  ERASMUS3D+  Training material for developing 3D printers

E3DVET Logo   


Erasmus+ for the immersion in 3D printing of VET centres


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