SLM Solutions Group AG will display its range of metal-based additive manufacturing equipment and technology at MSV 2016 International Engineering Fair taking place in Brno, Czech Republic, October 3-7 2016. SLM will be participating with two booths, the main booth in hall P/119 and the other in hall Z/023.
MSV claims to be the leading industrial trade fair in Central Europe, with over 1,500 exhibitors and 75,000 visitors from 59 countries. All key sectors of the engineering industry are represented at the show.
A highlight of SLM’s booth will be the SLM 280HL displayed on the company’s main stand. This will showcase the entire closed loop of generative manufacturing spanning data generation, the melting process as well as the recovery and recycling of residual powder.
In addition to the exhibition, SLM will contribute to the MSV conference with two papers on Additive Manufacturing. In hall E, conference hall E1, interested parties will be provided with deeper insights into the SLM technology, its potential applications and the optimisation possibilities of products both from the mechanical and plant engineering sector as well as from many other industry sectors.
“We see ourselves as innovators and trendsetters in the area of manufacturing technology for many industry sectors, ranging from automotive to engineering, from medical to aerospace technology,” stated Stefan Ritt, Head of Global Sales & Marketing SLM Solutions Group AG.
We see ourselves as innovators and trendsetters in the area of manufacturing technology for many industry sectors, ranging from automotive to engineering, from medical to aerospace technology”
“It is our goal to research and develop efficient and high-quality solutions for the production of prototypes, small series and individual serial products so that our customers will benefit from the utmost productivity combined with maximum flexibility. By combining the inputs from the fair and the conference, visitors can gain many new impulses with regard to this innovative technology and exchange their experiences in constructive dialogs,” added Ritt.