Siemens Additive Manufacturing Summit to take place at Formnext Connect

November 5, 2020

The Siemens Additive Manufacturing Summit is set to take place during Formnext Connect 2020, running across three days of the event from November 10–12, 2020. Siemens will present its Digital Enterprise Portfolio for the industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing, during the virtual trade fair.

Siemens explains that the programme has been created under the motto ‘Partnering for the next step to industrialise Additive Manufacturing’ and will present innovations and highlights around the latest partnerships and the seamless, integrated end-to-end value chain for industrial Additive Manufacturing.

Specifically tailored to the requirements of the respective industries, the company states that the programme will present the value of Siemens’ Digital Enterprise Portfolio, a holistic end-to-end solution covering the entire AM value chain.

Starting with design and engineering software, through simulation tools for the printing process, to the control and monitoring of the AM machine, the company will show the advancements that have been made in the industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing.

Further information about the programme and registration details are available here.

www.siemens.com

www.formnext.com/connect

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