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Perspectives ON industrial AM


Leading European conference & exhibition for additive manufacturing

Date
March 14-15, 2019

Venue
Estrel Congress & Messe Center, Berlin

Foundation Partners
Airbus Group, Deutsche Bahn AG, Stratasys GmbH, 3yourmind GmbH, Mobility goes Additive e.V.

supported by
Berlin Partner for Business & Technology

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Perspectives ON industrial AM


Leading European conference & exhibition for additive manufacturing

Date
March 14-15, 2019

Venue
Estrel Congress & Messe Center, Berlin

Foundation Partners
Airbus Group, Deutsche Bahn AG, Stratasys GmbH, 3yourmind GmbH, Mobility goes Additive e.V.

supported by
Berlin Partner for Business & Technology

FOUNDATION PARTNERs

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Experience The Event

Conference movie

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Highlights

600+ conference attendees from the industries aviation, automotive, railway, medical, mechanical engineering, science

60+ exhibitors in the innovation exhibition

20 partners and sponsors

20 keynotes and practice oriented professional talks

4 open discussions, 4 workshops, 2 panel

Women in AM: first European conference for female specialists & executives of the AM community

Pre-networking event at the 3D Campus Berlin

Champagne reception & get-2-gether at the end of conference day 1


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Intensive Networking


Intensive Networking


The ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FORUM offers the possibility to have discussions, to approach contacts and companies, to exchange ideas, to talk about problems. It’s a professional event where you can see what new technologies are available.
— Jörg Spindler, Head of the Competence Center for Plant Equipment and Forming Technology, Audi AG
I was very happy to be there! The event was excellent and I’ll be back again.
— Frank Sportolari, President, UPS Germany
It was a really fantastic event, all the major AM companies gathered in one place at the same time. Thank you very much for your efforts!
— Dr. Sergey Ulyakhin, Project Leader: Future Technologies, 2050, LLC
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Cross-Industry Exchange


Learn from companies that have already employed 3D printing as well as leading technology providers. Get your questions ready for the experts.

Cross-Industry Exchange


Learn from companies that have already employed 3D printing as well as leading technology providers. Get your questions ready for the experts.

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Partners


Leading AM material, software, technology and service providers support the event with their knowledge and resources as partners, sponsors or exhibitors.

Partners


Leading AM material, software, technology and service providers support the event with their knowledge and resources as partners, sponsors or exhibitors.

partners, Sponsors & Exhibitors

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Valuable insights and impulses


User-oriented presentations along the value chain

Valuable insights and impulses


User-oriented presentations along the value chain

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New Materials

Initially, additive parts were printed in traditional materials such as plastics and metals. Then, other materials such as ceramics, microchips and bio-masses have been used for 3d printing, too. Today, new composite materials are specially developed for it. With increasing material range, the application range gets wider. All this happens with increasing production speed for all materials, so AM becomes more and more attractive for small and large companies.

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Development & Design

Traditional manufacturing methods have imposed many restrictions on product design, many of which no longer apply to additive manufacturing. AM offers developers and designers maximum design freedom and thus a high degree of functional optimization and integration. It allows to produce highly complex structures that can be extremely light and stable at the same time. The form no longer follows the producible but the function. Does the new design freedom lead to a rethinking in the development and construction process? How will this be approached in the future?

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Series PRODUCTION & ADDITIVE FACTORY

Currently, additive technologies are making their way into series production. How can stable series production with constant product quality be achieved? What are the challenges to be addressed? How can AM processes be automated and integrated in a digital factory?

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business models

AM will change the classic business models of companies and expand them in various ways with digital strategies. At the same time, additive technologies open up the possibility for companies to act as service providers and expand their own portfolio, for example through digital business models. Which business models will work in the future?