Industrial Finishing Solutions for High-Volume AM Applications – Presented by Maximilian Kraus, DyeMansion, at 3D Printing Post-Processing Conference on April 17, 2019, during 3D Printing Event in The Netherlands.
Additive manufacturing (AM) has the potential to revolutionize the future of manufacturing. As for the production of polymer plastic parts this means not only challenging, but keeping up with the status quo, injection molding. In order to achieve this, AM has to change for the better along its whole value chain and improve part design, part building and part finishing.
Based on customer case studies Maximilian Kraus gives an overview of the current situation as well as an outlook of what to come.
What drives you?
The driving force of our company and our vision is to challenge conventional manufacturing technologies.
Why should the delegate attend your presentation?
So far, little attention has been paid to the whole post-processing topic. We realized that this part of the AM chain is especially important to make the next big step towards serial AM production.
What emerging technologies/trends do you see as having the greatest potential in the short and long run?
We see a very big potential in powder-bed technologies as those really allow freedom of design.
What kind of impact do you expect them to have?
We are sure that powder-bed printing technologies will be an accepted way of manufacturing for diverse industries.
What are the barriers that might stand in the way?
Keeping the three pillars of AM – Design, Build and Finish – always connected and balanced.
AM has the potential to revolutionize the future of manufacturing.
About DyeMansion GmbH
DyeMansion is a Munich, Germany-based company offering finishing systems that turn 3D-printed raw parts into high-value products.
About 3D Printing Event
On April 16 and April 17, 2019, Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Sittard-Geleen, The Netherlands, will host a two-day 3D Printing Event
focused on the entire 3D Printing manufacturing value chain from
design to end product.The event will include five dedicated conferences
and an exhibition.
- April 16 – 3D Printing Materials Conference – topics: polymers (new materials), metals and multi materials used in 3D Printing
- April 16 – 3D Design & Engineering Conference
– topics: 3D design & 3D engineering tools / Visualisation tools,
Reverse engineering, Value Engineering / Virtual Engineering, Topology
Optimization, Blockchain & more
- April 17 – 3D Printing Post-Processing Conference – topics: All actions that are performed after parts are removed from a 3D printer – issues, solutions & future trends.
- April 17 – AM Integrated Factory Conference
– topics: Hybrid manufacturing, Implementation of AM systems as part of
an end-to-end production workflow, Implementation of AM systems in the
‘traditional’ production processes
- April 17 – 4D Printing & Meta Materials Conference
– topics: 4D Printing from idea to full functionality, Smart materials,
Applications & opportunities for designing and engineering
- April 16-17 – Exhibition – Companies active in 3D Printing related fields will be present to showcase the latest developments.
For more information about the event and registration, we invite you to visit https://www.3dprintingevent.com/
This event is organised by Jakajima. For a complete list of upcoming conferences and events, we invite you to visit https://www.jakajima.eu/events/list/