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Mobility I Medical goes Additive – The VDI Students Competition 2023

21–23 April 2023

VDI, VDI-Platz 1, 40468 Duesseldorf, Germany

YOU study and are interested in technology, digitalisation and 3D printing?
YOU love challenges and want to prove your skills with your student TEAM in an interdisciplinary and international competition?

Then “Mobility I Medical goes Additive – The VDI Students Competition 2023” is just right for you and your team!

From April 21 to 23, 2023 the VDI – Verein Deutscher Ingenieure e.V. (the Association of German Engineers) and Mobility I Medical goes Additive e.V. in Düsseldorf, Germany will be organising this unique and interdisciplinary competition for young people around additive manufacturing and digital value creation for the third time. The competition is supported by partners such as AIRBUS and Altair.

Over the course of a weekend, each student TEAM will be given a complex use case and a product development task around the topic of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), which is to be solved using additive manufacturing and taking into account technical, economic and ecological factors. On the last day, there will be a professional pitch and an evaluation by a top-class jury of experts and executives.

Interested? Register YOU and YOUR TEAM at the following link:
www.vdi.de/mga

If you have any questions, please contact Simon Jäckel at the VDI directly:
T: +49 211 6214-535
E: jaeckel@vdi.de

3D Café (3D Scanning)

CHROMOS Group AG, Niederhaslistrasse 12, 8157 Dielsdorf, Switzerland

The 3D Café offers you the opportunity to talk to CHROMOS Group experts about 3D technology in a casual atmosphere. Sign up, come by and enjoy a cup of coffee with us. You will have the opportunity to see a 3D printer or scanner in action and ask your most burning questions about the possibilities of these new technologies.

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Insight into the world of 3D scanning

CHROMOS Group AG, Niederhaslistrasse 12, 8157 Dielsdorf, Switzerland

3D scanning is, next to additive manufacturing, a technology that is still not very widespread and that holds immense potential. Using 3D scanning, a highly accurate “digital twin” can be created of almost any physical object. 3D scanning captures physical objects that are then 3D digitized. This 3D data can be used at the beginning of a process chain, for example in “reverse engineering”, or at the very end of a production process in the quality control of a manufactured component.

This workshop gives interested companies, individuals, students and apprentices a comprehensive insight into the world of 3D scanning, and the principles of the “Structured Light” process. It will be shown step by step how to digitally capture objects with a 3D scanner. The resulting scan data will be processed and it will be shown exemplarily how they can be used for further applications.

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3D Café (Sinterit 3D Printer)

CHROMOS Group AG, Niederhaslistrasse 12, 8157 Dielsdorf, Switzerland

The 3D Café offers you the opportunity to talk to CHROMOS Group experts about 3D technology in a casual atmosphere. Sign up, come by and enjoy a cup of coffee with us. You will have the opportunity to see a 3D printer or scanner in action and ask your most burning questions about the possibilities of these new technologies.

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Insight into the world of 3D printing / additive manufacturing

CHROMOS Group AG, Niederhaslistrasse 12, 8157 Dielsdorf, Switzerland

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is already finding its way into a wide variety of business sectors worldwide at a rapid pace and is also becoming increasingly popular in the private sector. A sound insight into applications, processes and printing technologies form the basis for a professional entry into this dynamically changing technology.

This workshop gives interested companies, private individuals, students and apprentices a comprehensive insight into the current state of additive manufacturing techniques and their processes. It will be shown step by step where the required 3D models come from and how they are printed.

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From 3D model to 3D printing – step by step

CHROMOS Group AG, Niederhaslistrasse 12, 8157 Dielsdorf, Switzerland.

Additive manufacturing offers a maximum of freedom and independence in the production of products with competitive manufacturing costs – even in smallest quantities. Product development uses these features to create additional added value for companies and end customers, which is not possible in this way in traditional manufacturing.
This workshop will give interested companies a comprehensive look at the current state of additive manufacturing techniques and their processes. It will be shown step by step how the required 3D models are constructed and prepared for printing. In the next step, the model is “sliced” and commissioned as a job on the FDM/FFF 3D printer. After that we will explain the FDM/FFF 3D printer in detail, start it up together and start our print job.

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AMPA2023

September 12 – 14, 2023

Messe Luzern, Horwerstrasse 87, 6005 Luzern

ETH Zurich invites researchers and practitioners to share knowledge and ideas to foster the implementation of these amazing production technologies in the production of industrial or end-​user product at the AMPA2023.
The call for papers ends on 11 November, 2022.

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