Fraunhofer IFAM to host Sinter-based Additive Manufacturing workshop in September

June 5, 2019

The Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technologies and Advanced Manufacturing (IFAM), Bremen, Germany, will host a workshop on Sinter-Based Additive Manufacturing this September 18–19, 2019. The workshop will discuss the challenges and opportunities for serial production using Binder Jet Additive Manufacturing and metal Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF).

These technologies are gaining rapidly in interest in industry due to their potential to reduce the costs typically associated with Additive Manufacturing for the mass-production of parts. During the workshop, industrial specialists will provide insights into Binder Jetting and FFF technologies from the user’s point of view.

The programme will also feature presentations of current results from applied research on Binder Jetting and FFF, and a panel discussion on ‘Future expectations for industrialisation of sinter-based Additive Manufacturing.’ Prior to the workshop, an additional tutorial is available for interested participants, in which the fundamentals of sinter-based AM technologies will be explained in-depth.

Further information on the workshop and registration details are available via Fraunhofer IFAM. Registration is available at an early-bird discounted rate until June 30.

www.ifam.fraunhofer.de/sinter-based-additive-manufacturing

 

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