Program 4 March

  • 10:00-10:25
  • Zaal 1

  • 10:30-11:20
  • Zaal 1
  • Zaal 1

Defensie - Gerben Fokkink

  • 11:20-11:45
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 11:45-12:10
  • Zaal 1

Implementing 3D Metrology in 3D Print Processes

  • Niels Maes Application Engineer, GOM Branch Benelux

Leading companies have already made the switch to optical metrology in the more traditional manufacturing processes such as plastic injection moulding, sheet metal forming and casting.
As the additive manufacturing technologies are maturing, more and more companies introduce optical metrology in their processes. Using optical techniques for process control and quality control offers many benefits, especially for 3D printed parts which are often complex, have free forms and are highly customized. During the presentation some use cases will explain how and why optical metrology is implemented throughout the process.

  • 12:10-13:30
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 13:30-14:10
  • Zaal 1
  • Zaal 1

Fraunhofer Project center

  • 14:15-14:40
  • Zaal 1

Fraunhofer Project center

  • 14:40-15:05
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 15:05-15:30
  • Zaal 1

Fraunhofer Project center

  • 15:35-16:00
  • Zaal 1

Fraunhofer Project center

  • 16:00-17:00
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 17:00-18:00
  • Zaal 1

Netwerkborrel exposanten

  • 10:00-10:25
  • Zaal 2

  • 10:30-11:20
  • Zaal 1
  • Zaal 1

Defensie - Gerben Fokkink

  • 11:20-11:45
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 11:45-12:10
  • Zaal 2

The next challenge: an end-to-end digital AM workflow

3D printing is facing the next step change: a broad adoption on the factory floor.
The driving success factor is cost per part. This cost needs to drop dramatically to enable this broad adoption. But we’re facing multiple hurdles.  For broad adoption of 3D printing on the factory floor, some things need to happen. We believe we need an increased focus on advancing the infrastructure required to support cost effective 3D printing - and by infrastructure, I mean everything beyond the printer that makes additive manufacturing happen - additive design, manufacturing workflow, and new or improved materials.

We focus on one of these aspects.
AM-Flow is the specialist on end-to-end AM digital workflow.

  • 12:10-13:30
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 13:30-14:10
  • Zaal 1
  • Zaal 1

Fraunhofer Project center

  • 14:15-14:40
  • Zaal 2

4C Creative Cad Cam Consultants

  • 14:40-15:05
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 15:05-15:30
  • Zaal 2

  • 15:35-16:00
  • Zaal 2

  • 16:00-17:00
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 17:00-18:00
  • Zaal 1

Netwerkborrel exposanten

  • 10:00-10:25
  • Zaal 3

  • 10:30-11:20
  • Zaal 1
  • Zaal 1

Defensie - Gerben Fokkink

  • 11:20-11:45
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 11:45-12:10
  • Zaal 3

Anisoprinting technology: manufacturing optimal composites through continuous fiber 3D printing

Continuous fiber reinforced composites are 30 times stronger than plastic, 2 times stronger and lighter than aluminum. There are 2 main types of continuous fiber 3d printing technologies. If the best from both are combined it's possible to print composites of optimal shapes with the exceptional properties. Use cases in such fields as manufacturing, aviation, research will be shown.

  • 12:10-13:30
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 13:30-14:10
  • Zaal 1
  • Zaal 1

Fraunhofer Project center

  • 14:15-14:40
  • Zaal 3

Hexagon Metrology BV

  • 14:40-15:05
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 15:05-15:30
  • Zaal 3

  • 15:35-16:00
  • Zaal 3

  • 16:00-17:00
  • Zaal 1

Bezoek expositie/demo's

  • 17:00-18:00
  • Zaal 1

Netwerkborrel exposanten