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  • European technology Sub-platform in Additive manufacturing: be aware of the latest advances on AM and 3D printing technologies and network with key stakeholders.
  • European technology Sub-platform in Additive manufacturing: be aware of the latest advances on AM and 3D printing technologies and network with key stakeholders.

What is the AM-platform?

The AM-platform is a free of charge virtual central European area for all subject related to Additive Manufacturing (hereafter named AM)

The objective of the AM-platform is to contribute to a coherent strategy, understanding, development, dissemination and exploitation of AM.

AM is fragmented. Lots of organizations are working or doing research in this area but there is no coherent strategy and several interpret the subject differently. There is no central organization or place for peoples to for instance ask questions, to start a discussion, to find expertise, or to up- or download an interesting paper or article.

This platform helps to achieve the Lisbon & Gothenburg objectives as defined by the EC (to become the most dynamic and most competitive knowledge-based economy by 2010 and achieving sustainability by 2030).

The AM-platform is active since 2007 (formerly as the RM-platform)

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2nd European Industry Day 2018 - Calls for workshops online

DG RTD, the Directorate for Industrial Technologies, cooperates with DG GROW to organise the 2nd European Industry Day on 22 and 23 February 2018 in Brussels.

https://ec.europa.eu/growth/content/second-european-industry-day_en

 There, there is the possibility to organise:

·        Stakeholders Workshops<https://ec.europa.eu/growth/content/organise-stakeholder-workshop-part-eu-industry-day_en> in Brussels on 22 February – deadline to apply for the call for expressions of interest is 10 December 2017

·        Local events<https://ec.europa.eu/growth/content/organise-local-event-part-eu-industry-week_en> across Europe during that whole week – deadline to apply is 8 January 2018

 

Information on the first European Industry Day, including the Summary of the discussions and videos can be found here<https://ec.europa.eu/growth/content/european-industry-day-0_fr>.

The Publication "Industry in Europe" which was released on the occasion the 1st EU Industry Day, is now available in almost all EU languages<https://publications.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/354c1e8b-1db0-11e7-aeb3-01aa75ed71a1/language-en/format-PDF/source-search>.

 

 

AMEF2017-Additive Manufacturing European Forum-FINAL AGENDA

Brussels, October 17th

Please find below the final version of the Agenda. From tendencies (4D-printing and dual use) to advances and expectations from industry (BASF, SWAROVSKI), the importance of non-technological aspects, key European project as examples and the European Commission initiatives around the Additive Manufacturing world.

AMEF_2017_FINAL.pdf

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