New dates announced for 5th AM Forum Berlin 2021

February 1, 2021

Attendees on the showfloor at a previous edition of the AM Forum Berlin (Courtesy IPM AG)

Originally scheduled to take place in March, the 5th Additive Manufacturing Forum Berlin will now take place July 21–22, 2021. The organiser, Germany’s Institute for Production Management (IPM AG), states that the change reflects its caution regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and is expected to allow virtual participation, while also providing the opportunity to meet in person to discuss technological advancements.

AM Forum Berlin is aimed at beginners, advanced users, and professionals from the aerospace, automotive, railway, mechanical engineering, construction and agriculture, medical technology, and science industries.

The 2021 conference programme is characterised by practical relevance, learning opportunities and cross-industry experience sharing by leading solution providers and experts, addressing all aspects of the Additive Manufacturing value chain and presenting hands-on solutions and strategies for successful use of AM technologies.

The focus in the upcoming conference will be on: Design & Simulation, New Materials, Series Production & Automation and Post-processing & Quality.

Highlights include:

  • Business Case for 3D printed tablets – The digitalisation of pill production by Christoph Hüls, Founder, Additive Manufacturing of Tablets, Merck KGaA.
  • Additive Manufacturing of highly stressed drive components by Frank Ickinger, Advanced Engineering Powertrain, Porsche AG & Volker Schall, Head of Product Design, Corporate Advanced Engineering Thermal Management, MAHLE International GmbH
  • 3D printing and climate change – Bringing the sustainable component of AM into the spotlight by Marie Langer, CEO, EOS GmbH
  • The State of the Industry: AM in a post pandemic world by Andreas Langfeld, president EMEA, Stratasys
  • The printed tractor – Our way to industrialised 3D printing by Daniek Metz, Global Engineering Operations Manager, John Deere GmbH & Co. KG
  • Practical experience: Brand quality with 3D printed small series by Thorsten Schollenberger, VP Quality & Industrial Engineering, GROHE AG
  • Innovative materials for extreme requirements: Rocket science under the earth by Christoph Wangenheim, Head of Additive Manufacturing, Baker Hughes

For the first time, a science symposium for deep scientific insights organised by the DMRC is on the agenda. The contributors will share developments and innovations and they will exemplify what today’s AM research has in store for future industrialisation.

Over 75% of the previous year’s exhibition space has already been booked.

The 4th European Summit for Women in AM will be taking place July 20, 2021, with an aim to support and accelerate the networking of women in specialist and management positions within the AM world and to initiate new potentials for the future of the industry.

Further information and registration details are available via the event website.

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