Program 14 March 2019

  • 10:00-10:25
  • Genderfoyer

Current and future developments in metallic 3D printing

Additive Manufacturing, especially 3D metal printing is becoming more and more essential to manufacturing: it allows to create, quickly, fully functioning parts with high mechanical properties, and sometimes geometries that would be impossible to make with traditional manufacturing techniques. Consequently, most of the world’s top companies have taken notice and are making ambitious moves to capture their share of its potentially huge value. GE’s fuel nozzle and the acquisition of two of the leading companies that specialize in metal-based AM technology are only one example. BMW, Google and many more are among the investors funding Silicon Valley & MIT startup’s efforts to develop new AM systems. Yet, there are still undiscovered secrets of AM in the context of material development, Industrie 4.0 and especially design. This presentation will share insight in the current status of Metal AM and the expected development within the above mentioned domains.

  • 10:30-11:20
  • Genderfoyer

Building design engineering capability via 3D printed tooling - A radical innovation journey at KLM Engineering & Maintenance

Buying hardware and software within additive manufacturing technology is not difficult, however building 3D design engineering capability in your organization is. In this presentation I will show how KLM Engineering and Maintenance builds this capability via 3D printed tools, jigs and fixtures.

  • 11:45-12:10
  • Genderfoyer

The Disruptive Effects of 3D Printing on Supply Chains and Business Models

By using 3D printing, items can be designed optimally, removing limitations required by traditional manufacturing techniques. With this disruptive technology, objects can be created in small lots or even single and unique pieces without incurring the substantial extra cost that standard production processes would require. Because local production in short times is possible, lower spare parts stocks or special tools are needed and waiting on long lead items can be substantially shortened. Uncoupling design and production enables local production leading to the rise of advanced business models and supply chains.

  • 13:30-14:10
  • Genderfoyer

Metal Additive Manufacturing: the return of process planning

Additive Manufacturing (AM) has often been lauded as a driver for the new manufacturing revolution. Metal AM has made significant progress in recent years with the advent of products like to fuel nozzle on the GE LEAP engine. One thing that has however come from this is the fact that metal AM in particular cannot fulfill the entire manufacturing process requirements. Heat treatment and finish machining in particular must still be carried out on nearly all metal AM parts before they can be used. When you realise that you must include multiple process stages, there is increasing flexibility that allows you to tune your process capability in order to get the best out of all steps. This talk will highlight how metal AM can be used in practical situations and discuss the implications this has on the design process in particular.

  • 14:15-14:40
  • Genderfoyer

Additive Productie van racefiets onderdelen, of hoe je het beste nóg beter maakt

Met AM zijn er nieuwe mogelijkheden om accessoires binnen de fietsenniche te produceren die je nog nooit hebt kunnen dromen. Dat we met de MJF poederbed printers superieure kwaliteit konden bereiken, dat wisten we al. Maar dat we aangepaste producten op grote schaal konden produceren? In deze lezing komt alles aan bod. Het initiële ontwerp tot het herontwerpen, van de éérste print tot het productiewaardig maken. ZiggZagg heeft zich verankerd in de fietsenindustrie bij enkele toonaangevende accessoire fabrikanten. In deze lezing het volledige traject van één product. Het publiek krijgt een uitstekend overzicht en inzicht in een productontwikkeling vanuit verschillende perspectieven.

  • 15:05-15:30
  • Genderfoyer

Inzicht en vuistregels voor kostprijsberekening bij poederbed metaalprinten (LBM/SLM)

Hoe schat ik snel de kostprijs van een poederbedprint in tijdens het ontwerp?
Er wordt gestart met inzicht in het poederbedproces met bij iedere stap de link naar kostprijs. Erna wordt dieper ingegaan op de geometrische mogelijkheden (toleranties, ruwheiden, drivers, nabewerkingen) en hun invloed op de kostprijs van een poederbedprint. Voorbeeldstukken worden gefileerd tot kostprijsinzichten en hun invloedsfactoren. Dit alles wordt omgezet in bruikbare vuistregels om tijdens het ontwerp een correcte productiemethode te kiezen.

  • 15:35-16:00
  • Genderfoyer

3D en de (aansprakelijkheids)verzekeringen

We nemen u mee naar de resultaten die wij hebben verkregen na een bezoek van een 12-tal 3Dbedrijven betreffende de risico’s die deze bedrijven lopen. En hoe kijkt een verzekeraar daar tegen aan. En wat is er een oplossing?

  • 10:00-10:25
  • Zaal 1

How to find business use-cases for AM?

Manufacturing enterprises are eager to switch their production into 3D printing technologies. However, they are overwhelmed with the amount of data they need to process and analyze to find the proper cases where the AM would be suitable and, what's more important, beneficiary from the economic perspective. They need help with accelerating this process through digital tools and knowledgeable AM experts who are able to identify the applications for 3D printing within their production environment. 3YOURMIND gives some hints on how to approach this topic and enable the industry with the data-driven decisions on switching into 3D printing.

  • 10:30-11:20
  • Genderfoyer

Building design engineering capability via 3D printed tooling - A radical innovation journey at KLM Engineering & Maintenance

Buying hardware and software within additive manufacturing technology is not difficult, however building 3D design engineering capability in your organization is. In this presentation I will show how KLM Engineering and Maintenance builds this capability via 3D printed tools, jigs and fixtures.

  • 11:45-12:10
  • Zaal 1

Optimizing Metal AM Parts for Automotive and Aerospace

  • Robin Huizing BSc Additive Manufacturing Designer, Additive Industries on behalf of Altair Engineering GmbH

Topology Optimization and Metal Additive Manufacturing mutually benefit each other.
Topology Optimization’s main objective is to lightweight parts. Additional benefits in Metal AM when you reduce volume are reduced print times, which results in lower costs. Since print times and scan areas are reduced also the risk of build failures is lowered. Finally material is reduced which benefits the business case and ecological footprint. Additive Manufacturing in return offers the perfect production technology for the organically shaped features produced through Topology Optimization.
In many cases AM is the only realistic option since added complexity comes with no extra cost. In the presentation we will have a look at the workflow from CAD file to optimization to Additive Manufacturing and post-processing of your metal part.

  • 13:30-14:10
  • Genderfoyer

Metal Additive Manufacturing: the return of process planning

Additive Manufacturing (AM) has often been lauded as a driver for the new manufacturing revolution. Metal AM has made significant progress in recent years with the advent of products like to fuel nozzle on the GE LEAP engine. One thing that has however come from this is the fact that metal AM in particular cannot fulfill the entire manufacturing process requirements. Heat treatment and finish machining in particular must still be carried out on nearly all metal AM parts before they can be used. When you realise that you must include multiple process stages, there is increasing flexibility that allows you to tune your process capability in order to get the best out of all steps. This talk will highlight how metal AM can be used in practical situations and discuss the implications this has on the design process in particular.

  • 14:15-14:40
  • Zaal 1

A Renishaw Perspective on AM

As Additive Manufacturing become part of the manufacturing process chain, it needs to focus on the design of components to suit the process, how do we do this, how do we integrate this into the process chain, and where does it work or not work. How do we train and educate to market to make best use of such a disruptive technology.

  • 15:15-15:30
  • Zaal 1

Wie is de Nederlandse Automobielindustrie

  • 15:30-15:55
  • Zaal 1

Automotive 3D printing examples including spare parts

In time also automotive 3D printing has developed from prototype parts, tooling to actual car parts. Several examples will be presented. Printing spare parts is a separate issue where barriers to use them frequently are not technical, but legal issues.

  • 15:55-16:20
  • Zaal 1

3D printing for mass production - possibilities and limitations

In order to show the current status of 3D-printing, for several automotive parts a comparison is made between injection molding and 3D-printing in plastic. By practical calculations it will be made clear in which cases and under which circumstances 3D-printing will be useful or not.

Also successful implementations of mass production by 3D printing will be explained, including the reason why. In this way it will become clear under which circumstances 3D-printing can be successful.

  • 16:20-16:45
  • Zaal 1

InMotion - Charging Ahead

InMotion is bezig om laden zo snel en makkelijk te maken als tanken. Wij noemen het: ‘Electric Refueling’. InMotion zal de mogelijkheid van Electric Refuelling laten zien door mee te doen aan de 24 uur van Le Mans met een volledig elektrische endurance raceauto in 2023. De laatste milestone op onze “Road to Le Mans” was de Vision, een conceptauto waarvan grote delen 3d geprint zijn. Door verschillende partners van ons team. Waarom er voor 3d printen is gekozen zal in deze presentatie verder op ingegaan worden, alsook speciale innovatieve technieken die gebruikt zijn in onze eerdere racewagens.

  • 16:45-17:10
  • Zaal 1

Tractus3D

  • 10:00-10:25
  • Zaal 2

Reverse Engineering, een voordelig alternatief

De voordelen voor Randstad die mogelijk werden door middel van Reverse Engineering. Het zogenaamde "meeneempieltje" was niet meer leverbaar na 30 jaar maar werd toch weer gemaakt. Dit dankzij Reverse Engineering.

  • 10:30-11:20
  • Genderfoyer

Building design engineering capability via 3D printed tooling - A radical innovation journey at KLM Engineering & Maintenance

Buying hardware and software within additive manufacturing technology is not difficult, however building 3D design engineering capability in your organization is. In this presentation I will show how KLM Engineering and Maintenance builds this capability via 3D printed tools, jigs and fixtures.

  • 11:45-12:10
  • Zaal 2

FARO 3D Design Scanning Innovations

FARO's vision is to be the world’s most trusted source for 3D measurement, imaging and realization technology. Our mission is to enable mankind to easily and accurately connect the physical world to the virtual world. That's what we stand for and what the underlying strategy will be to further develop our solutions and grow our organization as a global player. The presentation will showcase the latest innovations in our solutions such as the first Design ScanArm with Colour Scanning capabilities as well as with an 8th Axis Technology.

  • 13:30-14:10
  • Genderfoyer

Metal Additive Manufacturing: the return of process planning

Additive Manufacturing (AM) has often been lauded as a driver for the new manufacturing revolution. Metal AM has made significant progress in recent years with the advent of products like to fuel nozzle on the GE LEAP engine. One thing that has however come from this is the fact that metal AM in particular cannot fulfill the entire manufacturing process requirements. Heat treatment and finish machining in particular must still be carried out on nearly all metal AM parts before they can be used. When you realise that you must include multiple process stages, there is increasing flexibility that allows you to tune your process capability in order to get the best out of all steps. This talk will highlight how metal AM can be used in practical situations and discuss the implications this has on the design process in particular.

  • 14:15-14:40
  • Zaal 2

De implementatie van optische metrologie in 3D printprocessen

  • Niels Maes Application Engineer, GOM Branch Benelux

Er worden steeds meer functionele stukken en grotere series producten geprint in plaats van enkel prototypes. Met deze verschuiving, groeit ook de nood aan kwaliteitscontrole en tools om de processtabiliteit te verbeteren. We laten u zien hoe optische meetsystemen op het einde, maar ook tijdens het productieproces kunnen ingezet worden. Op deze manier komen 3D printbedrijven tot betere, meer betrouwbare producten, hoeven ze minder iteraties uit te voeren, kunnen ze de sterkte en functionaliteit aantonen en kunnen ze ontwikkeltijden verkorten, levertijden halen en zo het proces in het algemeen optimaliseren en kosten drukken.

  • 15:05-15:30
  • Zaal 2

Andere Tijden: De 3D Scan (R)Evolutie

3D Scannen is één van de technieken die voorafgaan aan 3D Printen. Bij 3D Printen gaan de ontwikkelingen razendsnel, maar dit geldt ook voor het scannen. Tijdens deze lezing wordt ingegaan op de ontwikkeling van het 3D scannen en wat de huidige 3D scanners ons bieden: vrijheid, snelheid en flexibiliteit! Daarbij laten we aan de hand van aansprekende praktijkvoorbeelden zien wat de mogelijkheden zijn, maar wordt ook een beeld geschetst van de mogelijke toepassingsgebieden van het 3D scannen.

  • 15:35-16:00
  • Zaal 2

Validation and printing of a Steering Support with PRO M

  • Dr. Alexandre Hiricoiu Application Engineer - Additive Manufacturing, ANSYS on behalf of Infinite Simulation Systems BV

ANSYS and ProM established a partnership to explore the power of ANSYS AM Suite in real applications where costs and reliability of the printing process are critical such as in the design and production of Formula SAE car parts. We present the outcomes of the first joint work of validation and printing of a Steering Support with Additive Print, and the benefits of the adoption of Additive Print instead of the classical trial and error approach for Metal Additive Manufacturing. The work done included actual part printing and metrology measurements to quantify simulation vs experiment deviation: very good agreement with experimental measurements (+-0.23mm deformation and less than 0.5deg in angle distortion vs nominal shape) was found thanks to an accurate prediction of the printing process and the subsequent automatic calculation of the compensated geometry. The simulation approach allowed to print the right part in one burst.