Additive manufacturing has become one of the main drivers within the industry 4.0 race. Laser technology-based 3D printing and re-manufacturing of new and defect components are developing into a huge market for many companies worldwide, both for suppliers, end-users, and customers. Intensive R&D activities are carried out within Additive Manufacturing and 3D macro steel printing at universities, research centers and private enterprises.
This seminar will present some of the leading actors in the field of laser re-manufacturing and large-scale metal 3D printing along with the absolute state-of-the-art in the technology e.g. new combination machines where AD/3D is integrated with machining of the component.
Fraunhofer ILT, a world leading R&D organization, will present their latest activities and development directions. GTV Verschleißschutz GmbH and DMG MORI, two leading equipment manufacturers will present typical applications in 3D metal printing. Furthermore, programming and simulation tools for 3D printing machines will be presented. DNV-GL, a leading classification society, will outline activities within quality assessment, guidelines and rules for AM/3D manufacturing.
The seminar also includes a visit to the new laser additive manufacturing and 3D metal printing equipment at Lindø Welding Technology, FORCE Technology, which enables AM/3D processing on large components.
The seminar is intended for engineers working with re-manufacturing and repair of high value components within the iron & metal industry e.g. related to Energy, Power plants, Oil and gas, Tools and dies, Molds or Food producing equipment industry.
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