The EC funded research project DIMAP shows a new additive manufacturing paradigm and opportunities enabled by inkjet based multi material 3D printing. First results in ink development of ceramic en-hanced, electrically conductive, high strength as well as temperature resistant and foamable inks were achieved and first test objects were printed.
The project progress opens up opportunities for a wide range of industrial application.
In this workshop experts of the DIMAP-consortium together with Alphacam cover newest nanotechnologicaloptimized material developments in 3D-printing and the resulting possibilities in production.
Inkjet based multimaterial 3D-printing can solve complex design tasks, but:
- Which new applications are enabled through the current material developments?
- How can electro-conductive inks be integrated directly into the component design ?
- How reliable will be the upcoming parts ?
- Which material properties are enabled through simulation and voxel-matrix design ?
You are familiar with 3D printing and polyjet technology and you want to know more about new functional materials?
September 28, 2017
09:00 – 12:00 (before the Add+it)
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