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Additive Manufacturing (AM) is changing the world. This disruptive, next-generation technology is helping to put more advanced rockets into space, revolutionizing design thinking for sustainability solutions and shaping jobs of the future. More than 60 speakers, including from Boeing, Siemens, McKinsey, Audi, RWTH and TUM are confirmed for this year’s leading global industry event, the AMTC, to share their views on the journey of additive manufacturing.

Evonik and the Chinese company UnionTech has agreed to set up a joint R&D laboratory for 3D printing technology in Shanghai, China.

To develop industrial-scale 3D printing solutions based on high-performance photopolymer resins
Close collaboration between material and machine manufacturers is essential to open up new 3D printing applications

3D-printing is becoming increasingly important in industrial manufacturing. It not only makes it possible to produce very complex shapes that would otherwise be virtually impossible to generate using conventional processes, but also enables small batch numbers to be produced on a cost-effective basis. However, up to now, the integration of electronic components and consequently, the production of customized sensors has presented a challenge. Now, together with the Baden- Württemberg-based companies ARBURG and Balluff, Fraunhofer IPA has achieved a breakthrough.

Biologic Models collaborates with Mimaki customer, Objex Unlimited, to recreate precise models of protein cells.

Recent projects include recreating coronavirus proteins to enable the rapid development of countermeasures and increase understanding of the virus.

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