On March 20-21, 2019 the 7th edition of the Additive World Conference will take place at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. This already 7th edition of the Conference will be organised to learn the latest on industrial additive manufacturing from a broad perspective. Experienced users from all stages of the Additive Manufacturing process (design, simulation, production, quality control and post-processing) will come together, providing delegates a complete picture of this emerging technology. More information on the 7th edition of of the Additive World Conference can be found here.
For the 3rd time, the Additive Manufacturing Forum will take place in the Berlin Estrel. This year again, MgA as a foundation partner will support the leading AM conference & exhibition.
Following the very successful first AM Ladies Lunch in 2018, Mobility goes Additive e.V. in cooperation with IPM AG invites to a meeting of female specialists and executives – to the European Summit for Women in AM.
The aim is to support the networking of women in specialist and management positions in the additive world, to inflame more women for the topic and thus to open up new potential for the future technology of additive manufacturing.
At the beginning of March the spare parts conference Ersatzteiltagung ETT 2019, Austria’s largest platform for spare parts logistics, after sales and services, will take place in St. Valentin (AT).
The Rethink! SPMS Europe 2019 in Berlin is the leading strategic Smart Manufacturing summit for production executives and plant managers to interactively discuss the future of smart factories, advanced production strategies, factory automation, organisational change, data management, predictive maintainance, robotics, cost reduction, lean & operational excellence, Industry 4.0 and Workforce 4.0., lecture by Stefanie Brickwede.
3rd International Symposium Additive Manufacturing (ISAM 2019)
Fraunhofer IWS, Link to the event: https://www.isam.network/
January 29–31, 2019, Dresden
“We are pleased to invite you to the 3rd International Symposium Additive Manufacturing on January 29–31, 2019 in Dresden.
Additive manufacturing is currently paving its way into various applications at outstandingly high speed. Fascinating engineering solutions paired with exciting economical benefits are strong drivers for R&D efforts worldwide. Fraunhofer IWS Dresden is a proud pacemaker in additive manufacturing solutions for industry.
The 3rd International Symposium on Additive Manufacturing brings together the world leading experts in additive manufacturing and newcomers interested in this fascinating and vibrant field. Ample time for discussion and networking is making this event a great marketplace for new ideas and business in additive manufacturing. Do not miss this opportunity!”
Livestream on: http://bit.ly/Fraunhofer_IWS
Our network supports the third edition of the largest trade fair for additive manufacturing in the Mediterranean region as a partner. Our members receive special conditions for this. If you are interested, please contact Stefanie Brickwede.
IN(3D)USTRY in Barcelona Explore the infinite possibilities of the Additive & Advanced Manufacturing
Robotics, moulds and dies, plastics and new materials will be on display together with 3D printing at the third IN(3D)USTRY fair, titled From Needs to Solutions. The purpose of the event is to promote the use of this technology throughout the industry and, for this reason, this year’s event incorporates new sectors as potential future users of additive manufacturing. Organized by Fira de Barcelona, IN(3D)USTRY will be held from 16 to 18 October in Hall 8 at the Montjuïc venue. The third IN(3D)USTRY fair, titled From Needs to Solutions, extends its influence over the industrial ecosystem by increasing the number of sectors attending. In this regard, the event will feature five thematic areas (advanced manufacturing, moulds and dies, new materials, plastics and 3D printing), based upon which the content of the event will be developed. Thus, within a single space, the event will include several previously absent industries which could potentially employ 3D printing. The advanced manufacturing area will incorporate the field of robotics applied to the industrial sector. The moulds and dies area will explore how 3D printing can contribute to reducing costs in this sub-sector. And the new materials area will address the huge possibilities opening up with the use of innovative plastic and metallic components. The event will be structured around the IN(3D)USTRY Arena, a large area for innovation containing a stage where several representatives of companies which are already applying 3D printing to their production processes will explain their experiences to the visitors. These will be companies in sectors such as aeronautics, health, industry, cars and retail. There will also be an exhibition area displaying numerous examples of parts manufactured by means of this innovative technology, as well as the presence of manufacturers showcasing their latest innovations in the field of cutting-edge printers. Miquel Serrano, the event’s director, declares that “the incorporation of new sectors into this year’s fair will enable us to expand the spectrum of additive manufacturing and view the enormous possibilities offered by this technology in many industrial sectors. By grouping together all the production techniques which complement additive manufacturing we will display the entire production and value chain.” According to Serrano, “three years after its launch, IN(3D)USTRY is now the leading fair in Spain and this year, its third, it will also enable us to establish ourselves as the primary benchmark in Southern Europe.” Barcelona Industry Week IN(3D)USTRY, From Needs to Solutions, forms part of Barcelona Industry Week, which also encompasses the IoT Solutions World Congress, the world’s leading event in the Internet of Things industry, and Healthio, specializing in health and sanitary care technologies. The three events, which share synergies and provide a platform for trade and knowledge in several industrial sectors, will be held from 16 to 18 October at Fira de Barcelona. More: http://www.in3dustry.com/en/2018-edition
BERLINDUSTRIES leads the way: true to this motto, this year’s “Berlin Urban Tech Summit” focuses on Berlin’s industry on the threshold of the digital era.
Get the latest information on topics such as digital transformation processes and robotization, but also on changing job markets and other socio-political issues.
Urban tech industry experts meet CEOs, politicians and representatives of associations, chambers and trade unions. Look forward to top-notch speakers, innovative presentations and interesting discussions.
More information about the program and the speakers:
Mobility goes Additive will have a booth at this event. If you are interested in supporting us, please do not hesitate to contact us.
On 9 and 10 October 2018, the Institute for Production Management will host the Construction Equipment Forum 2018, the main topic of the conference with accompanying exhibition: Construction Machinery of the Future: The Innovation Agenda 2025.
a) alternative drives
b) Digitisation of the construction site
c) automation and
d) increasing competition
The founding partners of the conference are the Wacker Neuson Group, Robert Bosch GmbH and the Ammann Group. The conference will bring together decision-makers from customers, suppliers and suppliers to discuss common issues for the direction of the construction industry of the future. In the accompanying exhibition, leading OEMs, animal suppliers, technology and software providers will showcase their innovations for the construction machines of the future.
Among others the following decision makers will be present with speeches: Martin Lehner, CEO, Wacker Neuson SE, Klaus Graner, Managing Director, Liebherr-
Components Biberach GmbH, Martin Knoetgen, CEO, SANY Europe, Dr. Anton Demarmels, Head of Technology Management, Ammann Schweiz AG, Dr. Johannes-Joerg Rueger, President of the Commercial Vehicle and Off-Road Division, Robert Bosch GmbH or Dr. Markus Schwaderlapp, Senior Vice President Research and Development, Deutz AG.
Conference programme : An overview of all confirmed speakers including lecture titles and other sessions can be found online.
At this event, Mrs. Brickwede will participate in a workshop as an expert on 3D printing of spare parts. Mobility goes Additive will have a booth at the accompanying exhibition.
More about the event can be found here: