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Tuesday, 11/19/2019

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

How the Rail Industry Can Benefit from Additive Manufacturing

The railway industry is not considered by experts as a pioneer when it comes to introducing new materials and manufacturing processes. However, in this industry, the benefits of additive manufacturing can have a transformational impact on the traditional supply chain and spare part production.


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

Demonstration of Closed Loop Inspection and Repair Using Layer Topographic Mapping with L-PBF

AM in-process inspection methods like melt pool monitoring typically don’t provide accept/reject guidance. When flaws are detected, they don’t provide the operator with the instructions to repair the flaw and salvage the build where this may be possible.


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

Additive Manufacturing for Offshore and Maritime Applications

While industries like medical and aerospace have been using additive manufacturing for some years now, and successfully applied the technology in highly demanding applications, other industries like offshore and maritime are significantly further behind in the use of AM.


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

Development of a Design-to-Print Philosophy Focused on Economical Efficiency

STELIA Aerospace designs and produces aerostructures, pilot seats, business as well as first class passenger seats. These activities can benefit from additive manufacturing with appropriate design.


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

The Potential of Additive Manufacturing for the Aircraft Cabin

Despite the variety of additive manufacturing technologies available today, the number of series production parts for aircraft interior applications is relatively low. Due to strict and stringent aerospace requirements, only a few certified processes and materials are available.


Wednesday, 11/20/2019

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.


Thursday, 11/21/2019

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

Industrial Challenges of Polymer AM Multicomponent Part Production at P&G Devices

The production of three-dimensionally constructed objects with additive manufacturing processes, often referred as 3D printing, is already used in many business areas today. Often there is a talk of a paradigm shift in manufacturing through additive manufacturing of parts and components.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Industrial Challenges

The VDI Contribution to International AM Standards

VDI published the first AM standard worldwide in 2009. Today, the VDI 3405 series of AM standards cover, for example, material characterization, part design and user safety of different process categories for metal and polymer parts. VDI stands for the Association of German Engineers.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Industrial Challenges

The Additive Manufacturing Factory of the Future

Additive manufacturing has the potential to revolutionize industrial processes and industries in a disruptive manner. In the past, additive processes mainly have been used for research, development, and prototyping. Lately, a trend towards final products in small and middle lot sizes has been observed.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus Via, Room Frequenz ENG Industrial Challenges

Qualification of Additive Components for Aerospace Industry

Users of AM often struggle with the question of how to qualify an additive manufactured a component, specifically the machine, process, and material. Qualification of a single component in some cases can take over five years and carry a significant NRE cost.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Industrial Challenges

Metal AM Total Cost of Ownership and Risk Mitigation through Operational Excellence

With disruptive technologies comes a need to redefine internal processes and business models to maximize value for the organization. Metal AM is no different in this regard and requires the creation of unique processes and novel business strategies for executing on manufacturing projects relative to traditional manufacturing. If not done properly, the profitability of the entire business is at risk.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Industrial Challenges

Printing Functional End Parts for Packaging Lines to Increase Uptime and Faster Time to Market

Gerhard Schubert GmbH is a pioneer in the development of modular packaging machines and tailored services for a wide range of industries – from pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, beverages, food and confectionery to technical products. The company uses FFF 3D printing to print functional parts for the packaging lines and would like to share best practices, learnings, and challenges how to successfully use FFF to print end parts.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Industrial Challenges

All Quality Control – Build Job Monitoring with Near-Net-Shape Specimens

Manufacturing of complex, individualized parts with reasonable costs is a primary advantage of additive manufacturing (AM) technologies. Direct metal laser melting (DMLM) is of great interest regarding the fabrication of metallic components.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Industrial Challenges

Evaluation of a Low-Cost Material Extrusion Printer for Investment Casting Applications

3D printed patterns have been used to create prototype investment castings for more than 245 years now and have become the preferred method of creating prototype castings. Not only do printed patterns save time and money in the development of investment castings, they reduce the risk of cost overruns and delays in market introduction of the product incorporating that casting.


Friday, 11/22/2019

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

Race to Innovate: Metal Additive Manufacturing for Lightweight, Highly Complex Race Boat Structures

The America’s Cup is the oldest international trophy in world sport and one that Britain has never won. First won by America in 1851, the competition was turned into a challenge trophy, open to sailing clubs from around the world.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Design and Innovation

Design and Engineering of Complex Building Envelopes

A new method for complex facades design and engineering needs to be explored. This method will utilize file-to-factory concept which combines the opportunities of parametric approaches, and additive manufacturing. Both are growing trends and offer new possibilities for design and engineering. These parametric approaches change how planners and designers preserve building details.


TCT Conference @ Formnext Portalhaus, Level Via, Room Frequenz ENG Design and Innovation

Design and Analysis of 3D Conformal Lightweight Structures Based on Finite Element Mesh

Recent developments of additive manufacturing have extended its application to the direct fabrication of functional parts. Owing to design flexibility and complexity, design for AM (DfAM) has received increasing attention as a new design method that can overcome traditional manufacturing constraints.


  • Dr Keun Park Seoul National University of Science and Technology
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