Additive 2024 hybrid symposium publishes technical programme

April 9, 2024

April 9, 2024

Additive 2024 will take place June 12-14 online and in-person in Bremen and Berlin, Germany (Courtesy DGM)
Additive 2024 will take place June 12-14 online and in-person in Bremen and Berlin, Germany (Courtesy DGM)

Event organiser Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde eV (DGM) has released the preliminary programme for Additive 2024 – 4th Symposium on Materials and Additive Manufacturing, scheduled to take place June 12-14. The event will take place in-person in Berlin and Bremen, Germany, and online.

The symposium will highlight trends and innovations in Additive Manufacturing in the area of materials science, covering a broad spectrum of methods, including Laser and Electron Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB and PBF-EB, respectively), Binder Jetting, and Direct Energy Deposition.

Each session will be available both live and on-demand, ensuring comprehensive access to symposium content.

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The following topics will be covered:

Topics in Bremen and online:

  • AM processing of titanium, aluminium, nickel-based alloys, copper and other metallic metals
  • Mechanical properties of parts and assurance of their reproducibility
  • In-situ heat treatment, post-heat treatment and mechanical post-processing
  • Microstructure evolution and its influence on material properties
  • New alloys for metal Additive Manufacturing
  • Graded properties of additively manufactured parts
  • Multi-material AM
  • Powder development and recycling aspects
  • Simulation-based development of AM processes and materials
  • Formation and effects of defects

Topics in Berlin and online:

  • Process monitoring and process quality assurance
  • Non-destructive testing (NDT) and part quality assurance
  • Mechanical properties of parts and assurance of their reproducibility
  • Microstructure evolution and its influence on material properties

A special highlight for the on-site participants in Berlin is the tour of the Federal Institute for Materials Research (BAM) on the afternoon of June 13th. This is a unique opportunity to gain insight into BAM’s research work in the field of Additive Manufacturing technologies.

For the preliminary programme, click here.

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