Additive manufacturing (AM), especially 3D-printing or additive layer manufacturing (ALM), has already claimed its place among the modern non-conventional manufacturing technologies, and is already allowing the realization of designs and optimization of parts to attain certain mechanical and functional properties, that were either too expensive, impossible or near impossible to realize with traditional technologies.
As part of our research involvement in polymer AM, and our commitment to follow the latest advancements and innovations in this field, the Degree Programmes in Automation Technology at the CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences, invite you to join us in an impulse presentation event followed by an open discussion of current breakthroughs, application potentials, limitations and future trends in the world of polymer AM. We will look at polymer AM from a mechanical engineering perspective, and dive deeper into the challenges that face the modern designer starting from the conception and construction, to the simulation, optimization, realization and mechanical validation of additively manufactured polymer parts.
Prof. Andreas Gebhardt, Author of several books, Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics at the University of Applied Sciences in Aachen, Managing Director of CP-Centrum für Prototypenbau GmbH in Erkelenz, Germany.
Prof. Nicolae Bâlc, Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Prof. Igor Drstvensek, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maribor, Owner of Ortotip d.o.o. in Murska Sobota, Slovenia.
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