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TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Keynote

Cracking the Code: Digital Manufacturing at Scale - Sponsored by Carbon Inc.

As Chief Customer Officer at Carbon, the world’s leading digital manufacturing platform, Philip DeSimone partners with leading companies that span multiple industries, such as consumer, automotive, and healthcare. His experiences have afforded him insight into the impact digital manufacturing will have on production at scale.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Healthcare

Comparison of Different FFF PEEK Printer Generations and Nozzle Sizes for FFF Printed PEEK Spinal Cages

Polyaryletheretherketone (PEEK) has been commonly used for interbody fusion devices because of its biocompatibility, radiolucency, durability, and strength. While the technology of PEEK additive manufacturing is rapidly developing, comparison of 3D printed PEEK with different FFF PEEK printer generations is remains unknown.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Healthcare

3D Printing in Healthcare; It's Not a Sci-Fi Issue; It’s Reality Now

Healthcare applications are one of the most promising and target sector where the 3D printing technologies and associated materials are gaining relevance and also increasing confidence from the final users and medical professionals.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Healthcare

Additive Manufacturing of Spare and Format Parts - Design and Performance Improvement

Additive manufacturing can play an important role in completing the whole production circle for design- technology-manufacture-testing, and for implementation of parts or systems in a real production environment.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Healthcare

Growing Your Dental Business with 3D Printing

In this presentation Stephan Kreimer describes how the transformation from a conventional to an innovative dental laboratory can be accomplished using the latest accessible technologies such as intraoral scanning and 3D printing. He describes potential problems as well as advantages and opportunities that the digital workflow offers for dental businesses of every size. By using various case studies Stephan Kreimer will provide insights into the world of digital dentistry.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus Via, Room Frequenz ENG Healthcare

Global Adoption of Patient-Specific Implants - Research that Addresses the Challenges

Using additive manufacturing (AM) it is now possible to manufacture patient-specific implants that are perfectly matched to a patient’s anatomy, ultimately leading to less time in surgery, lower infection rates, and lower revision rates.


Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz, Stage 2

TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Keynote

Cracking the Code: Digital Manufacturing at Scale - Sponsored by Carbon Inc.

As Chief Customer Officer at Carbon, the world’s leading digital manufacturing platform, Philip DeSimone partners with leading companies that span multiple industries, such as consumer, automotive, and healthcare. His experiences have afforded him insight into the impact digital manufacturing will have on production at scale.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Materials and Processes

Dispersion-Based Inconel-Steel Hybrid Characterized by Cross-Sectional Micro X-Ray Diffraction

State-of-the-art powder-bed-based technologies provide a lot of advantages for of part’s quality but have limitations in the capability to build multi-material parts with a reasonable effort. In this presented work, a bi-material layered and gradient system consisting of 316L steel and Inconel625 is introduced.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Materials and Processes

Advances in High Precision Lithographic Additive Manufacturing with Stainless Steel and Titanium Alloys

Lithographic additive manufacturing of stainless steel and titanium alloys with ultra-high precision lithographic additive manufacturing technologies are based on the concept of photopolymerization and distinguish themselves among other AM techniques by very high precision and good surface quality.


  • Carlo Burkhardt Institute for Precious and Technology Metals, Pforzheim University
TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Materials and Processes

The Present State and Future Prospects of Large Scale Aluminum Additive Manufacture

Wire + arc additive manufacture (WAAM) continues to attract a lot of industrial interest particularly the automotive and defense sectors to produce medium to large scale aluminum components. End users and manufacturers are pushing the technology to achieve robust and stable aluminum builds using wire + arc additive manufacture.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Materials and Processes

Update on Forged Special Steels, Remelting and Powder Metallurgy

This presentation will highlight the recent developments in the world of forged special steels and remelted steels (nickel alloys, stainless steel, alloy tool steel, and alloy steel) as well as will give an overview about end-user demand and structures of these special steels and also summarize the actual status of installations (forging presses and remelting units) on a global scale.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Materials and Processes

Combining Powder Characterization Methods and Numerical Simulations to Optimize Printing Parameters

Powder flowability and packing fraction are critical parameters for additive manufacturing techniques involving powders. In order to obtain thin and homogeneous layers, a compromise between grain size and flowability has to be found. Unfortunately, when the grain size decreases, the cohesiveness increases and the flowability decreases.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Materials and Processes

Analysis and Optimization of the Direct Polymer Additive Tooling Process Chain for the Production of Complex Geometries

Companies must develop and produce an increasing number of product variants more efficiently than their competitors, while at the same time production volumes per variant are decreasing and becoming more volatile. Processes such as Direct Polymer Additive Tooling (DPAT) promise potential in the prototype phase and small batch production.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Materials and Processes

CFIP Technology: A New Approach for Manufacturing Continuous Carbon Fibre Reinforced Structures by 3D Printing

The continuous fiber injection process is a new post-process technology which enables to reinforce additive manufactured parts with continuous fibers, multiplying in this way the mechanical properties while keeping the weight.


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