Find out at the Additive Manufacturing Climate Action Conference

Professor Joost Duflou, KU Leuven will be talking about the real footprint of Additive Manufacturing: a scientific look at the impact linked to processes like SLS/SLM will be offered based on LCA studies of the AM systems.
Moreover he will identify pain points and strategies to overcome these sketched.

The following speakers will share their experience as well:

Jeannette Levels, Partner / senior consultant, LBP|SIGHT
Joost Duflou, Professor, Departement Mechanical Engineering, KULeuven, on 'Can AM really be labeled ‘sustainable’?'
Tom Craeghs, Research Manager, Materialise, on 'Bluesint PA12 – exemplary for Materialise’s drive for sustainability in AM', Jelena Aleksic, Head of Innovation Strategy, Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd, on 'Repair3D – Recycling and Repurposing of Plastic Waste for Advanced 3D Printing Applications H2020 project'
Richard Janssen, Business Development Manager - Additive Manufacturing, Brightlands Materials Center, on 'A New Step in Lightweighting for the Mobility Industry by Additive Manufacturing of Composites'
Bart Tambuyser, Managing Director, Carboganic, on 'Decarbonising functional fillers for Fused Granulate Fabrication (FGF)'
The conference will be held online only, in order to keep the CO2 Footprint as low as possible.


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