Experience Additive Manufacturing (EAM), a trade fair for the Additive Manufacturing industry organised by Messe Augsburg, will take place at Messe Augsburg, Schwabenhalle, Germany, from September 24–26, 2019. The event ran for the first time in Autumn 2018.
EAM is organised in collaboration with the Fraunhofer IGCV and the Institute for Machine Tools and Business Management iwb of the Technical University of Munich. With practical business cases and state-of-the-art exhibits, the three-day event is designed to support current and future AM users to capture the possibilities of AM across procedures, applications and materials.
The EAM programme will include the following highlights:
AM Table Talks
An interactive lecture format where experts can hold short keynote speeches and then discuss the topics presented in the fields of mechanical engineering, aerospace, mobility & automotive, tool and mould making, medical and dental technology, standardisation, and IT protection
AM Value Chain (powered by toolcraft)
The AM Value Chain show provides participants with an insight into the value chain of Additive Manufacturing and an overview of the individual components across three areas: Pre-Process, In-Process and Post-Process
A culinary gathering and networking opportunity
The 23rd Augsburg Seminar for Additive Manufacturing
The Augsburg Seminar for Additive Manufacturing, which has been established for more than twenty years, presents the developments and advances of science in the field of AM alongside the EAM event. The leading topic for 2019 is: ‘Perspectives of Additive Manufacturing: Reproducibility and New Technologies’. Key seminar speakers include: Dr Wilhelm Meiners, Trumpf GmbH; Prof Gerd Witt, University of Duisburg-Essen; Andy Middleton, Stratasys; Andreas Berkau, Oerlikon; Dr Steffen Beyer, Arian Group; and Thomas Lück, Cirp GmbH.
Many companies in the Additive Manufacturing industry are located in the catchment area around Augsburg, and EAM participants will have the opportunity to look behind the scenes at leading companies.
Participants at EAM will also have the opportunity to visit the AMLab, said to be the largest research laboratory for Additive Manufacturing in southern Germany.
Further information and registration details are available via the event’s website.