Aerospace Additive Manufacturing Summit 2023: experts discuss short-term trends, sustainability, and more

September 12, 2023

September 12, 2023

The 4th Aerospace Additive Manufacturing Summit (AAMS), an international event dedicated to Additive Manufacturing in aerospace, is set to take place September 20-21 in Toulouse, France. Over the course of two days, AAMS will bring professionals, experts, and innovators from around the world to the MEETT exhibition and convention centre to discuss technological advancements, opportunities, and challenges in aerospace Additive Manufacturing.

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The AAMS in 2021 brought together over 500 participants and 200 companies from 20 countries. This year’s event will feature several high-level panels and thematic workshops led by experts from industry, research, and Aerospace Valley. Additionally, there will be opportunities for B2B meetings to maximise collaboration opportunities.

The conference will provide discussions on short-term market trends, large format Additive Manufacturing, new materials, decarbonisation, and the impact of Additive Manufacturing on MRO activities. The agenda includes:


Wednesday, September 20:

Additive Manufacturing: Industry Trends and Outlook – Christophe Eschenbrenner – President – France Additive

Additive Manufacturing: A major lever to reach carbon neutrality – Francois-Xavier Foubert – Managing Director – Safran Additive Manufacturing Campus

Panel 1: Aeronautics and Space : what are the short term trends in Additive Manufacturing?

  • Serge Senac – Polymer Additive Manufacturing Industrial Leader – Airbus
  • Meriadeg Revaud – Additive Manufacturing Team Manager – Ariane Group
  • Paolo Calza – Additive Design & Technologies Manager – Avio Aero
  • Oliver Fletcher – Senior Engineering Manager – Additive Manufacturing – Eaton
  • Francois-Xavier Foubert – Managing Director – Safran Additive Manufacturing Campus

Panel 2: Combining large format 3D printing and lightweighting: what are the future challenges?

  • Nicolas Correge – Operation Manager – Print Sky
  • Oğuz Acar – Additive Manufacturing R&D Engineer – Tusas Engine Industries (TEI) Inc
  • Jonathan Hugues – Technical Referent on Metallic Additive Manufacturing Processes – MBDA
  • Vasyl Kashevko – Additive Manufacturing Coordinator – Rocket Factory Augsburg

Key challenges in the durability of additively obtained materials and structures – Nicolas Saintier Full Professor at Arts et Métiers ParisTech – Head of Durability of Materials and Structures Department – Scientific and Partnership Manager for the FuturProd Platform – Addim Alliance

Current and Near-Future Sustainability of Additive Manufacturing – Antonio Paesano – Additive Manufacturing Lead – BDS Phantom Works, Advanced Vertical Lift – Boeing

Panel 3: New materials for Additive Manufacturing: sustainability, a strategic factor of resilience

  • Nicolas Maury Manufacturing Engineering Technologies Innovation Project Leader – Airbus
  • Adeline Riou Global Sales Manager – Metal Powders – Aubert & Duval
  • Antonio Paesano Additive Manufacturing Lead – BDS Phantom Works, Advanced Vertical Lift – Boeing
  • Dr Philipp Imgrund Head of AM Process Qualification Department – Fraunhofer IFAM
  • Simon Perusin Head of Metallic Materials Department – IRT (Technology Research Institute) Saint-Exupery

Aeronautical maintenance: mastering the characteristics of the material/process couple to meet certification requirements – Thomas Anton – Liebherr Aerospace Toulouse SAS

The workshop programme runs after the conference and is as follows:


Wednesday, September 20:

The Digital Chain should not limit the potential of AM – Emilien Goetz – Additive Manufacturing Consultant – Siemens

Developing Parametric Sets to Deliver Flying Space Metal Additive Manufacturing Parts – Sébastien Eyrignoux – Key Account Manager / Space applications; Communication & CSR site referent – LISI Aerospace Additive Manufacturing

Ways to Improve Carbon Footprint in the AM Value Chain – Dr.mont. Martin Dopler – CTO – Metal powder production, Research & Development Engineer – Metalpine

Thursday, September 21:

AM for Space: Status and advancements in L-PBF and DED – Thomas Weitlaner SVP Sales Additive Manufacturing – MT Aerospace

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