The plenary conference will be moderated by:
Managing Director for Safran Additive Manufacturing
SAFRAN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING CAMPUS
Additive Manufacturing processes in the aerospace sector can overcome some major industrial challenges including the design of complex parts by reducing production steps and structural weight.
This roundtable will try to answer questions on: what volume of production for which products? In which sector? In what time frame?
Photopolymer and polymer powders hold a monopolistic position in the constantly expanding market of manufacturing processes and materials. Continuous growth is expected in the coming years.
The aerospace sector should become one of its main users for tooling or prototyping applications.
R&T and Logistics Engineer
Director - Additive Design and Manufacturing
A hybrid system combines additive and subtractive manufacturing processes in a single machine. The benefits are those of machining: repeatability, precision, surface finishing, productivity, and those of additive manufacturing: material waste reduction, design freedom, unmatched manufacturing.
How does this new type of hybridization enhance competitiveness in the factory 4.0?