by Martin Majoor, Linde Gas Benelux
As the right gas mixtures are essential for meeting quality expectations in 3D prints, the new Linde Global Development Centre in Unterschleissheim, near Munich, Germany, is looking at ways to optimise the various layering processes.
The additive manufacturing research team is focusing its efforts on the effects that different atmospheric gases and gas mixtures have on the different metal powders used in additive manufacturing.
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presented by Daniel Hoogstraate, Materialise
Cases, applications and challenges in Additive Manufacturing for the automotive industry.
full program https://www.automotive3dprintingconference.com/program/
What drives you?
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I like to help and facilitate organizations to find the right applications for Additive Manufacturing by advising, inspiring and setting the right expectations.
presented by Maximilian Kraus, DyeMansion GmbH
Additive manufacturing (AM) has the potential to revolutionize the future of manufacturing. As for the production of polymer plastic parts this means not only challenging, but keeping up with the status quo, injection molding. In order to achieve this, AM has to change for the better along its whole value chain and improve part design, part building and part finishing.
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We welcome Aftersales Magazine as media partner
About Aftersales Magazine
Dutch automotive trade magazine and platform which focusses on aftersales in a broad sense. Both OE and IAM are being covered as well as regular maintenance and body repair.
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Pieter Rahusen has been Manager Acquisition, Marketing & New Business Development at the Automotive Campus since January 2018, within a small and dedicated team of professionals. His primary focus within this position is to further develop and accelerate the growth of the Automotive Campus as part of Brainport Eindhoven.
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Berta Gonzalvo, AITIIP Technology Centre, will speak at Automotive 3D Printing Conference, on June 05, 2019, at Automotive Campus, Helmond, The Netherlands.
This presentation focuses on researching hybrid production (metal + non-metal) by developing an innovative 3D printing-based system able to obtain free form products combining both materials at the same time.
Important developments in the field of new materials are hereby presented, including areas of application, printing, material compatibility and performance. These contribute to cutting edge concepts in additive manufacturing. The proposed system combines Thermoset- based additive manufacturing and metal 3D printing. Technologies presented are devoted to enhance the efficiency of 3D printing for large components, by implementing high deposition rate systems.
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Neil van Es, Parts On Demand b.v. , will speak at Automotive 3D Printing Conference, on June 05, 2019, at Automotive Campus, Helmond, The Netherlands.
3D-printing is a big buzz word. But how to practically apply it as a useful technology? When does it make sense to leverage it as a full-fledged production technology? Within this 30 minute session we’ll talk, discuss and look into examples. From real production lines. Just like yours. For tooling: to ease the workload on your employees. Increase productivity and quality. Or 3D-printing for end-use parts: in production start-up, or as an alternative to conventional production. We’ll bring some actual products and tooling – we know nothing is better than the real thing!
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3D printing is affecting the way engineers design in the automotive
industry. The technology is already used in the industry, currently
mostly for plastic and metal spare parts. Additive manufacturing has
opened the door for newer designs, safer products, shorter lead times
and lower costs. Moreover, it will be an enabler for the automotive industry to adapt towards the new smart mobility requirements.
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Margreet de Kok, Holst Centre, will speak at Automotive 3D Printing Conference, on June 05, 2019, at Automotive Campus, Helmond, The Netherlands.
Printed electronics can deliver interesting functionalities like lighting, interaction, sensors and have technologically a lot of potential for adjustment of properties to be processable in thermoforming and injection moulding. Holst Centre has focussed activities in this domain and in this presentation examples will be given of technological advances and unique business opportunities in field of automotive.
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