HANOVER, Germany, April 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The possibilities of additive-generative manufacturing are currently revolutionizing industrial production. 3D printing, based on three-dimensional digital models, uses layer-by-layer construction to create single-piece objects of complex geometries, and is a highly cost-and-time-effective process that also saves resources. Contrary to classic production, 3D printing eliminates the need for additional machine tools; and the market for additive-generatively constructed components, 3D-printers, and comprehensive system approaches, is growing exponentially, especially in the aerospace and automobile technologies.
As an industry location, Dresden is the European center for additive-generative manufacturing. The Dresden Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS leads the twenty20 project consortium, "Additive-Generative Manufacturing - The 3D revolution for product manufacturing in the digital age" - also known as AGENT-3D. The consortium aims to eliminate the obstacles that currently impede the extensive use of additive-generative manufacturing in industry.
Your dialogue partners will be:
- Raoul Schmidt-Lamontain, Mayor and Councilor for Urban Development, Building and Transport of the State Capital Dresden
- Christoph Leyens, Professor for Material Science, TU Dresden, Cluster Coordinator AGENT-3D (twenty20 program of the Ministry for Education and Research)
- Berthold Nies, Managing Director, InnoTere
- Frank Fischer, Managing Director of the German Society for Material Science (DGM)
- Hubert Jäger, Professor for System Lightweight and Composite Construction and executive board member for the Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK), TU Dresden
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