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Additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing of parts among other things for machines, is a technology that is developing at a rapid pace. At the German-Dutch Industry Forum on 8 February 2023, we will discuss how digitisation and additive manufacturing can help solve the global problems facing the supply chain.
Additive manufacturing makes it possible to print high-quality parts on demand at any location in the world, only in the quantities needed, which means entrepreneurs do not have to stockpile large inventories. This sounds like a sustainable solution, saving time and costs and making companies less dependent on suppliers. But are we already there or is this still in the future? And where are the opportunities in the cooperation between German and Dutch entrepreneurs? You will hear on 8 February 2023. Register for the event now, as the number of places is limited.
Peter van Harten, Smart Industry Ambassador and Managing Director Isah GmbH
John Blankendaal, Managing Director, Brainport Industries
Kai Feldmann, Senior Export Consultant, German-Dutch Chamber of Commerce (DNHK Frankfurt office)
Pieter Ruijssenaars, Founder/CEO, DiManEx B.V.
Dr Jannis Kranz, Additive Manufacturing Expert, thyssenkrupp Marine Systems GmbH
Marcus Schindler, Director Engineering, Gerhard Schubert GmbH
Mathieu Pérennou, Additive Manufacturing Solutions Director, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence
12.00 Reception with networking lunch
12.45 Welcome by DNHK & BIC, introduction moderator Peter van Harten
13.00 "How to create resilient supply chains?", Pieter Ruijssenaars, Founder/CEO DiManEx B.V.
13.15 "Disruptive Impulses in Naval Shipbuilding by Additive Manufacturing", Dr Jannis Kranz, Additive Manufacturing Expert, thyssenkrupp Marine Systems GmbH
13.35 "Serial production in lotsize 1! What 3D printing has to do with Spotify", Marcus Schindler, Director Engineering, Gerhard Schubert GmbH
13.50 "From reality capturing to quality-assured AM products: digitize your supply chain and redesign your parts for AM", Mathieu Pérennou, Additive Manufacturing Solutions Director, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence
14.05 Panel discussion
DiManEx, Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems, Schubert Group (led by Peter van Harten) + Q&A
14.35 Break & division into groups
15.00 Tour Brainport Industries Campus with a visit to:
16.30 Drinks and networking opportunity
17.30 End of the event
Language: German & English
This event is free of charge for DNHK members and companies from the (manufacturing) industry.Sign up for the event