The seminars Discover3Dprinting are designed for everyone who considers to include the Additive Manufacturing into the production process, but does struggle to find access to the technologies. The seminar provides a comprehensive insight into AM and at the same time discusses practical questions, such as: should I consider 3D printing for my production? Can I make profit with it? What are the first / next steps to get started?
In addition, the participants will learn what and where the obstacles by its implementation are as well as what applications are not profitable for industrial 3D printing. Furthermore, the attendees will also develop an understanding of where additive technologies can complement conventional processes, e.g. how process chains can be established with pre-machining and post-processing.
The seminars Discover3Dprinting will be held at Formnext during all fair days (plus optional individual consultation afterwards) on the AM4U area. It will be conducted in German (Tuesday, 19 and Thursday, 21 November 2019) and in English language (Wednesday, 20 and Friday, 22 November 2019). Afterwards, you will be able to deepen specific questions with the experts from ACAM, as well as to discuss further topics with the corresponding exhibitors at your fair tour.
The presentations will be made accessible to all registered participants who attended the seminar.
As companies from all sectors keep searching for breakthrough innovations, the implementation of Additive Manufacturing could come into question for them. Therefore Formnext and the ACAM will offer the Discover3Dprinting seminars at other events, with the aim to demonstrate the latest developments, to discuss concrete approaches and new ideas related to the relevant industries.
Morning seminar: 10:00 – 12:00, English
Afternoon seminar: 14:00 – 16:00, German
Morning seminar: 10:00 – 12:00, German
Afternoon seminar: 14:00 – 16:00, English
Messe Frankfurt GmbH
60327 Frankfurt am Main
Christoph Zymla, born in 1980, received his diploma in computer science in 2007 at RWTH University, Germany. During his studies he worked as a software engineer in the CAx department of the Fraunhofer IPT. Since 2008 until 2016 he was employed at the Fraunhofer IPT in the area of CAx-technologies as well as robot automation. He participated in several projects connected with the repair of turbine components with the application of additive manufacturing. Since 2017 he is project coordinator at the ACAM Aachen Center of Additive Manufacturing.
Max Steiner has studied engineering since 2009 at the RWTH and obtained in 2015 his master’s degree. During his studies Mr. Steiner was involved in several projects at the Jouhsen-Bündgens Maschinenbau GmbH and worked there on topics in the area of tool making, assembly and maintenance. Since 2015 Mr. Steiner is employed at the Fraunhofer Institute for Lasertechnology ILT in the area of Laser Metal Deposition.
Arvena Park Hotel
Görlitzer Str. 51
Moritz Wollbrink received his master degree in mechanical engineering at Paderborn University, Germany. In time-shared operation, he worked in the technology development department of a leading company in electrical connectivity, where he also had finished his apprenticeship in the tool making department before studies. He started working at Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT in Aachen, Germany, in August 2014 as a research fellow in the group “Technology Organization” within the department of “Non-Conventional Manufacturing Processes and Technology Integration”. Since 2015, Mr. Wollbrink is Manager “Business Unit Tool and Die Making”. This includes the work on different national and international projects related to additive manufacturing and technology chains. The bilateral, as well as consortium projects, are facing a wide range of industry sectors, but focusing tool and die making companies.