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3D printing and additive manufacturing for the industry of the future

3D printing and additive manufacturing processes are of strategic important for the industry of the future. This is the reason why our symposium is expected to cover the most innovative 3D fabrication techniques able to respond to the future market. A special attention will be given to the processes hybridation especially regarding economical and industrials aspects.

Scope:

The symposium will cover the most innovative 3D manufacturing processes for the industry of future as detailed in the following list :

  • DED – CLAD powder deposition  induced by laser fusion
  • Solidification of powder under the action of a laser and  electron Beam (EBM) on various materials : Metal, ceramic, composites, Polymer, and Sand
  • Assembly of layers from plates: Stratoconception® (wood, polymer, metal)
  • Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)
  • Polymerization of a resin under the action of a laser: Stereolithography, Digital Light Processing (DLP)
  • Material Jetting 3D Printer: Polyjet
  • 3D laser micro and nano texturation of surfaces by combining soustractive and additive processes

Hot topics to be covered by the symposium:

3D printing and additive manufacturing of metals, ceramics and polymers are able to deliver tailored products with customized geometry and physical properties. These fully scalable processes offer cost-effective solutions for producing both small and large objects of different materials on a large scale in order to respond to the new market demands. The global 3D printing market is expected to reach $21 billion by 2020 — quadrupling its size in just four years. While 3D printing, also referred to as additive manufacturing, comes with many benefits, such as freedom of design, easy prototyping, customization and streamlined logistics, it also poses many challenges both from scientific and technological point of view, which will be covered by this symposium.

Tentative list of invited speakers:

  • Sebastian BREMEN (ILT, D): Component and system development for selective Laser melting
  • Philippe BAUER , (Thales Global Services, F): Mechanical modeling and additive fabrication
  • Michel BELLET (CEMEF MinesParisTech, F): Numerical simulation applied to additive fabrication
  • Alain BIERNEAUX (OPTEC SA, B): Recent advances in industrial laser systems for 3D printing and additive manufacturing
  • Pierre DUYSINX (University of Liège, B): Topological optimization in additive fabrication
  • Anath FISCHER (Technion, IL): Advanced methods for reconstruction of 3D objects
  • Arthur LEIS, (IFSW, D): Innovative aspects of laser Additive Manufacturing
  • Filomeno MARTINA, (Cranfiel University, GB): New advanced wire and arc additive manufacturing process
  • Vojislav PETROVIC, (AIMEN, SP): Additive Manufacturing Solutions for Improved Medical Implants
  • Arnaud SPANGENBERG, (IS2M, F): Micro / Nanofabrication additive by  biphotonics photopolymérisation

Tentative list of scientific committee members:

  • Yves BELLOUARD (EPFL, CH)
  • Philippe BERTRAND (ENISE, F)
  • Andres GASSER (ILT AACHEN, D)
  • Thomas GRAF, (IFSW, D)
  • Patrik HOFFMANN (EMPA, CH)
  • Cyril PELAINGRE (CIRTES, F)
  • Jean-Daniel PENOT (CEA, F)
  • Patrice PEYRE (Arts et Métiers ParisTech, F)
  • Simon SANKARE (OERLIKON CH)

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Symposium organizers
Ambroise VANDEWYNCKELEAIMEN

Head of Advanced Manufacturing Department, Polígono Industrial de Cataboi SUR-PPI-2 (Sector 2) Parcela 3, 36418 O Porriño (Pontevedra), Spain

ambroise@aimen.es
Claude BARLIERCIRTES

29bis, voie de l’Innovation, 88100 Saint-Dié-des Vosges, France

claude.barlier@cirtes.fr
Jean-Paul GAUFILLETIREPA LASER – Institut Carnot MICA

Pole API Parc d’Innovation 67400 Illkirch, France

jpg@irepa-laser.com
Thierry DORMALSIRRI

Rue Bois Saint-Jean 12, 4102 Seraing, Belgium

Thierry.Dormal@sirris.be