AM Summit 2019 set for Copenhagen this October

July 25, 2019

July 25, 2019

AM Summit 2019 set for Copenhagen this October
Attendees listen to a presentation on the future of AM at AM Summit 2018 (Courtesy Danish AM Hub)

The Danish AM Hub, initiated by The Danish Industry Federation, will hold its AM Summit 2019 at Docken in Copenhagen, Denmark, on October 23, 2019. The one-day event will reportedly focus on the changes Additive Manufacturing is currently creating in industry, as well as those changes predicted for the future.

The summit programme will feature a range of sessions on AM from key industry speakers such as Martin Friedrich, Project Lead Research & Development at BMW Group; Bastian Schaefer, Innovation Manager at Airbus; David Benjamin, Head of Living at Autodesk, and more.

The programme will also feature four breakout sessions on specific topics relevant to the AM industry. The two breakout sessions announced so far are:

‘AM Sustain’, in which Bahara Haghshenas, Partner, SDG Strategy and Innovation, Monitor Deloitte, and Christian Bjerrekær, Manager, SDG Strategy and Innovation, Monitor Deloitte, will speak on the AM Sustain project, a Danish AM Hub-initiated project which seeks to combine the business potential of AM with sustainable development goals.

‘What can AM technology be used for’, in which Henrik Larsson, Director, Center for Industry (moderator); Jesper Damvig, Owner and CEO, Damvig Development; Peter Tommy Nielsen, Head of Department, 3D Print & AM Technology, Force Technology; Karsten Friis Hansen, Director, NEXTTECH; and Jeppe Skinnerup Byskov, Head of Section, Technological Institute, will give insight into applications in which AM makes sense and those in which it doesn’t.

The event will also feature an exhibition in which companies including EOS, DMG Mori, Materialise and more will display their Additive Manufacturing solutions. Further information on the AM Summit 2019 is available via the conference website. 

July 25, 2019

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