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Masterclass: Design for Additive Manufacturing

Interest in Additive Manufacturing / 3D printing for a broad range of industrial applications is growing rapidly. The advantages such as light weight designs, optimized thermal performance, integration of parts and customization inspire a growing number of designers and engineers to use the freedom this technology has to offer.

This Additive World Master Class organised by Additive Industries & AddLab in close collaboration with Jakajima aims to offer an overview of all aspects of Design for Additive Manufacturing: drivers, design rules, dedicated designs, material selection and results. If you are you involved in industrial design, engineering, manufacturing of parts or related fields, this Master Class will allow you to get a pragmatic overview of opportunities, challenges and tools related to Design for Additive Manufacturing. 

About Additive World

Additive World has the ambition to connect the dots in industrial 3D printing. Currently this technology is still mainly found in the R&D domain and used for prototyping, testing parts and academic research. The manufacturing industry however is catching up rapidly. Led by the aerospace and medical implant companies, the rest of the (high tech) manufacturing industry is investing heavily in refining the processes, developing applications and setting up a value chain for industrial 3D printing.

Registration and more information

This Additive World masterclass is part of the 3d Printing Event organized by Jakajima during the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

You can register here.

                                

Schedule

22 October 2014, 13:00 - 13:30 Seats 2 meet, Eindhoven Arno Gramsma

Registration

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Arno Gramsma Arno Gramsma is director of the business unit KMWE 3DP.  He used to work for four years as business development manager for KMWE Projects and Key Account Manager Semiconductors at KMWE with key account ASML. Before his career at KMWE he worked ten years at Philips Semiconductors/NXP Semiconductors and inhabited different roles in the fields of Production and Business Processes. Arno studied Mechanical Engineering in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Technical Management in Eindhoven.

22 October 2014, 13:30 - 13:45 Seats 2 meet, Eindhoven ir. Daan A.J. Kersten

Welcome and introduction

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ir. Daan A.J. Kersten In 2012 Daan founded, together with Jonas Wintermans, Additive Industries, a high tech company industrialising 3D printing for functional parts in various metals. The ambition of Additive Industries is to bring additive manufacturing and 3D printing from lab to fab and allow the high tech manufacturing industry to capitalise on the opportunities additive manufacturing has to offer in creating lighter, compact, integrated, more complex products & parts with better thermal performance/ characteristics. Daan has been at the helm of several companies, some of them from the start. His heart beats for the high tech manufacturing industry and open innovation in the supply chain. In the evening hours, Daan is a board member and initiator of NextOEM, an accelerator program for young high tech companies.

22 October 2014, 13:45 - 14:15 Seats 2 meet, Eindhoven Fred de Vreede

Drivers for industrial applications of Additive Manufacturing @ ASML

Abstract

At ASML we have been using the benefits of additive manufacturing since 2008 in order to improve several crucial aspects like the performance of fast high precision stages and its motion control. Conventional machining of parts is limiting the design freedom and thus also performance of our systems. By introducing AM in combination with topology optimization, a substantial performance gain can be achieved in the field of dynamics, lightweight design and thermal control. In addition, the flexibility of AM makes it possible to integrate hundreds of parts in an assembly in a single monolithic printed part which leads to reduced assembly time and lower failure rates and ultimately reduced costs.
In this presentation we will present how ASML can benefit from AM and how we have secured the knowledge and competence building at ASML.

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Fred de Vreede Fred de Vreede is design engineer for atmospheric stages in the Mechanical Development department of ASML. Fred is currently cooperating in a research project realizing a next step in accuracy for future wafer stages. Fred studied Mechanical Engineering at the Delft University with specialty precision engineering. Before ASML Fred worked for 5 years at the development department for television cameras at Philips and for 15 years at TNO industries from which the last 5 year within the rapid prototyping department.

22 October 2014, 14:15 - 14:45 Seats 2 meet, Eindhoven Rein van der Mast

Unlocking the (unknown) potential: Design for Additive Manufacturing, principles & process

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Additive Manufacturing (AM) offers breakthrough possibilities to create light weight, free form, customized and integrated products and parts with improved thermal performance. However in order to unlock the potential, the key needs to be found in a dedicated design for AM. Instead of removing material by milling or any other subtractive method, a printer adds it only where it is beneficial to the end-product. Also, no product specific tooling, like molds, is required. This brings formerly unachievable commercial as well as technological solutions within reach. Rein van der Mast will offer you a pragmatic assessment method to scout AM potential and decide where AM will improve your product or add to your business case.

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Rein van der Mast Rein van der Mast is Manager Design & Engineering at Additive Industries and AddLab since its inception. Being one of the true early adopters of additive manufacturing, Rein has already since 1996 been involved as a designer in numerous projects related to 3D printing and industrial additive manufacturing and prototyping. On a daily basis, Rein works with the partners in AddLab to close the current gab between the potential of AM and (dormant) market needs and collaboratively improve issues related to design and engineering.

22 October 2014, 14:45 - 15:00 Seats 2 meet, Eindhoven

Wrap-up and Q&A

22 October 2014, 15:00 - 15:30 Seats 2 meet, Eindhoven

Coffee break

22 October 2014, 15:30 - 16:00 Seats 2 meet Jannes Kranz

Topology Optimization: The key to successful design for Additive Manufacturing

Abstract

Due to its high geometrical freedom additive manufacturing technologies offer a significant potential for lightweight applications, especially in the field of aviation. Yet, process specific restrictions and guidelines for the design, especially for metallic lightweight structures, are only marginally spread. Time and cost intensive iteration cycles until a process stable part manufacturing and an only insufficient use of the freedom in design can be the result. Addressing these shortcomings the presentation will show a DFM approach for LAM based on the VDI 2221. Supporting the designer in load and manufacturing suitable solutions by the implementation of DFM guidelines, structural biomimetic and topology optimization is the focus of this approach. The whole design process is covered and specifically supported by the implementation of LAM design guidelines. The presented approach will be shown by a demonstrator part.

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Jannes Kranz Jannis Kranz graduated from the Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg (TUHH) with a Diploma degree (2010) in Product Development. At present he is pursuing a PhD at the Institute of Laser and System Technologies at the TUHH. His research focusses on lightweight design and design guidelines for Laser Additive Manufacturing.

22 October 2014, 16:00 - 16:30 Seats 2 meet, Eindhoven Arno Gramsma

Ingredients for a successful business case: The results shared by a AddLab Partner

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The end-product driven businesses know that shared manufacturing knowledge and improved cost alignment are proven methods to deliver the expected cost advantages that are so crucial to their specific markets. Arno Gramsma discusses the advantages of Additive Manufacturing and shares some examples experienced at KMWE with the audience.

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Arno Gramsma Arno Gramsma is director of the business unit KMWE 3DP.  He used to work for four years as business development manager for KMWE Projects and Key Account Manager Semiconductors at KMWE with key account ASML. Before his career at KMWE he worked ten years at Philips Semiconductors/NXP Semiconductors and inhabited different roles in the fields of Production and Business Processes. Arno studied Mechanical Engineering in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Technical Management in Eindhoven.

22 October 2014, 16:30 - 16:45 Seats 2 meet, Eindhoven

Wrap-up and Q&A

22 October 2014, 16:45 - 17:00 Seats 2 meet

Announcement: The Additive World "Design for Additive Manufacturing Award"

22 October 2014, 17:00 - 19:00 Seats 2 meet

Drinks @ Open AddLab

See Metal Additive Manufacturing at work in AddLab and get a tour around the facilities. 

Seats 2 meet

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