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Great success of the Additive Manufacturing European Forum (AMEF 2016)

More than 200 experts from 26 different countries participated in the Additive Manufacturing European Forum (AMEF 2016) that was held on 9th November at the Albert Borschette Congress Center in Brussels.

The AM European Forum 2016 was born from two strategic H2020 Coordinated Support Actions: AM-Motion and FoFAM, and counted with the endorsement of the AM Platform.

All the key stakeholders, policy makers, industry leaders, SMEs, universities, research and technology centres..., were gathered together to find a common vision for a strategy and roadmap to pave the way for Europe to become the leading centre for AM.

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During the event, many fundamental topics of discussion were covered: economic, social and technical challenges urging to be solved to accelerate the AM market uptake in the digitalisation era, market potential and success factors for additive manufacturing development, H2020 relevant projects in this field (KRAKEN, AMAZE, LASIMM, CAxMan, BOREALIS, MANSYS…)… Also, an strategic vision for Europe in AM and 3D-Printing was set up by PRODINTEC, host of the conference.

All the presentations can be found below:

1. Lorenzo Valles – European Commision

2. Fried Vancraen – Materialise

3. Ulli Klenk – Siemens 

5. Thierry Thomas – Safran

6. Nick Pearce and Juan M. Ramirez – AD Global

7. Paula Queipo – PRODINTEC

Panel discussion - AITTIP - KRAKEN project

Panel discussion – EWF – LASIMM project

Panel discussion – MTC- AMAZE project

Panel discussion – TWI – ManSYS project 

Panel discussion – IRIS – Borealis project 

Panel discussion – SINTEF – CaxMan project 

Also, summary of the event by AD Global can be found here.

Tags: AM, FoFAM, FoFAM, AM , EUROPE , EUROPEAN COMISSION

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