Follow us:  

  • Home
  • News&Events
  • Latest news

News

SAVE THE DATE: DREAM Summer School "Metal Additive manufacturing for real industrial applications

DREAM Summer School "Metal Additive manufacturing for real industrial applications: from the lab to the product" 3-7 June 2019 | Maranello (Italy)

DREAM Summer School aims to show how important international companies use the additive manufacturing technique for the realization of some of their products, guaranteeing optimized performances with respect to normal standards. Participants will then have the opportunity to visit the Ferrari Museum in Maranello and the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena to better understand how to use the additive metal printing technology in the automotive sector; they will also visit the laboratories of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia to see the researchers at work. Moreover, it will be possible to visit the headquarters of R.B. in Mirandola, a company specialized in the design, research and development and manufacture of high precision molds. In addition to the research activity and the results obtained from the DREAM project, ample space will also be dedicated to the presentation of the work carried out by other funded projects in the field of additive manufacturing in the European Research Framework Programme Horizon 2020, with the sponsorship of the Common Dissemination Booster of the European Commission. The Summer School also aims to discuss what are the future trends of the Additive Manufacturing for its widespread adoption in the industrial sector, and also to think about where funding should be allocated in the next decade.

The Summer School is addressed to: • Post-Graduates • Early-stage & Senior researchers • Professionals • Technicians from Industries

Why participating:

- Learn the latest techniques in the Additive Manufacturing field

- Visit to laboratories and industry to try live AM techniques

- Speakers from best European Companies and most important research centers in AM field

- Visit to important companies like Ferrari SpA, RB SpA and Enzo Ferrari Museum

Registration fee:

- until April 21st, 2019: 870 euros

- from April 22nd until May 18th, 2019: 980 euros

More info: http://www.dream-euproject.eu/summer-school/

REGISTER HERE >>

 

MANUFUTURE PLATFORM: VISION 2030

ManuFUTURE Vision 2030 envisions Future Manufacturing as a key driver for growth and sustainability, by exploiting current trends, challenges and opportunities, influencing the development of all manufacturing sectors. This document is a contribution for political, economic, ecological and social orientation from a European perspective.

The manufacturing sector is of vital importance for Europe to foster economic growth and job creation and has a pivotal role to play in prompting investment and innovation, in particular as a vehicle for the introduction of radical innovations. The ongoing digitalisation of industry and the integration of new technologies are examples of the manufacturing enabling role and the European leading capabilities.

Check the document here:

Manufuture-Vision-2030_DIGITAL.pdf

Save the date: AM-PLATFORM MEETING

Next AM-Platform meeting will be heldin Lübeck (Germany) at SLM Solutions. Please find a draft agenda below. Presentation abstracts can be checked here. The meeting is free of charge and all of you that wourl like to join us there pelase send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Space is limited.

TIME

TOPIC

SPEAKER

AM-PLATFORM AND MEETING HOST

9.15-9.30

Welcome by SLM Solutions and AM-platform

Dieter Schwarze & Martin

9.30-9.50

AM-Platform: a growing community

Martin Schaefer-SIEMENS & Paula Queipo-IDONIAL

9.50-10.15

SAM:  Blueprint of AM skills in Europe

Eurico Assuncao-EWF

10.15-10.35

Standardisation: update of current activities

Klas Boivie - SINTEF

10.35-11.00

SLM latest developments and case study: Large-scale application for AM

Dieter Schwarze & Lukas Pankiewicz -SLM solutions

11.00-11.30

Networking Coffee break

AM-PLATFORM COMMUNITY

AM progress on sectors

11.30-11.45

AM for the railway sector

Gefertec (tbc)

11.45-12.00

Accelerating AM aerospace component production

Harald Egner –MTC

12.00-12.15

AM for Energy sector

Luc Aixala- CEA

12.15-12.30

Binder jetting of industrial precision components in high volumes

 Hans Kimblad- DIGITAL METAL

AM & the value chain segments

12.30-12.45

Conditioning of powders for additive manufacturing

Adriaan Spierings-INSPIRE

12.45-13.00

Metrology in Additive Manufacture

Prof. Mick Morris- AMBER Research Center

13.00-14.00

Networking Lunch

14.00-14.15

Application of machine learning techniques in additive manufacturing: trends and challenges

Ivanna Baturynska-NTNU

14.15-14.30

SLM cooling channels' surface finishing by AFM Nathalie Maillol-IPC

14.30-14.45

Ceramic-Metal composites by micro laser cladding

 Enrico Forlin-MBN

14.45-15.35

Lab tour

15.35-16.00

AOB and summary

 

16.00

End of the meeting