Presentation / interview with César Stüpp, Brightlands Materials Center / TNO.
Fused filament fabrication (FFF) is a very versatile AM technique, although it is widely used for prototyping due to their limited mechanical properties, especially in between layers. To approach this matter, a novel technique was developed in which the strength in between layers was increased in 184%, which results in stronger parts.
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A presentation by Professor Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong, Australia.
The Surf Flex Laboratory at the University is a dedicated facility for mechanical testing of surfing equipment, e.g. fins, surfboards, cloths, inlays, leash bars, and leashes to name but a few.
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Presentation / Interview by Professor Bram Vanderborght
A JakajimaTV interview with Professor Bram Vanderborght. He is Professor in Robotics at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, core lab manager of Flanders Make, and member of the Brussels Human Robotic research center. He is also coordinator of the European project SHERO on self-healing soft robots, and Editor in Chief of Robotics & Automation Magazine.
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Pieter Hermans, matchmaker for innovators of Jakajima, gave a presentation during the STAR Management Week ’13, a week full of conferences for students who got the possibility to get inspired by keynote speakers and meet premium employers in the working field. He introduced them to the emerging world of 3D Printing. Continue reading “Presentation about 3D Printing during STAR Management Week ’13”