Additive Manufacturing Research
Die AG Additive Manufacturing im VDMA nutzt die Forschungsplattform des The Additive Manufacturing within the VDMA brings together experts from industry and academic research institutes and initiates joint pre-competitive research projects. The focus of research is to deliver results that are relevant to industrial applications.Maschinenbaus um Forschungsvorhaben zu den generativen Verfahren voran zu bringen. Das Geheimnis des Erfolgs der vorwettbewerblichen Gemeinschaftsforschung ist die kostenteilige und effiziente Bearbeitung von Grundlagenforschungsprojekten.
Modular Prototype Manufactured with a Laser Allows for Faster Gas Turbine Development
06.09.2016 Conventional manufacturing of turbine blades takes up much time and cost, leading to huge delays especially in turbine testing. In a joint project by Siemens and the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT, a faster manufacturing process has been developed on the basis of selective laser melting.
Questionnaire Research Project about the Economical Use of 3D Printers
12.03.2016 The research project about the “Operator 3D – Economical use of 3D Printers through Operator Models considering the Perspectives of Companies Providing and Demanding” a questionnaire study has been initiated.
Feasibility Study for 3D Printing of Electromotors
19.05.2015 The project funded by the Forschungsvereinigung Antriebstechnik (FVA) will analyze ferromagnetic materials
The BMBF has announced funding for international research in the field of additive manufacturing and the development of suitable new materials.
The German government has launched its high-tech strategy "Innovation for Germany" - and promotes research to find new materials for industrial additive manufacturing.
Concept Laser of Lichtenfels in Upper Franconia wins again a strong competition. DMG Mori Sauer is among the three finalists.
Federal government funds SMB, focusing on material innovations with high application potential
Improvement of profitability in spare part supply through use of 3D printing technologies
The EU views Additive Manufacturing as one of the game changers for the manufacturing value chain. New report issued, available for download.