In 2018, the 4th edition of the Add+it (Symposium on ADDitive Manufacturing and Innovative Technologies), focused on polymers, will take place on September 27 – 28, 2018, in Steyr, AT.

Symposium venue:

Museum Arbeitswelt
Wehrgrabengasse 7
4400 Steyr

We are happy to welcome experts from ten different countries. All talks will be in English. Register here. 

The final program of the Add+it 2018 is available in pdf-format .

Program is subject to change.

 

Your Contact

Verena Musikar BA MSc
Corporate Communication

+43 72 52 885 142
verena.musikar@nullprofactor.at

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Registration

Thursday, September 27, 2018

9:30

 

B2B-Meetings https://addit2018.b2match.io/

 

11:30 Registration
12:30

 

 

 

Opening, welcome & agenda

Prof. Dr. Z. Major, JKU IPPE    I   G. Hackl, Major of the city of Steyr    I    D. Fechtig, PROFACTOR

12:40

 

 

The role of inkjet to enabling high volume Additive Manufacturing

Prof. Neil Hopkinson, Xaar

 

13:15

 

 

Massive-scale Production of Polyimide Nanofiber and Its Potential Applications in FRPs

Prof. Zhongfu Zhou Ph.D. D.Phil., School of Materials Science and Engineering, Shanghai University

13:50

 

 

 

The disruptive potential of thixotropic materials in additive manufacturing and their application in biomedical engineering

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cesare Stefanini, The BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna

 

14:30 Networking & exhibition

 

15:10

 

Parallel Session I

Additive Manufacturing for Medical Applications*

Intersection of Making and Manufacturing in MedTech: 3D printing vs proto-molding
Dr. Iris Prinz, STRATEC Consumables GmbH

Additive Manufacturing for Radiotherapy – Development of a non-invasive Patient Fixation Device
Veronika Miron, Johannes Kepler University

Applications of 3D-Printing in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
DDr. Michael Malek, KUK Linz

Stereolithography in the medical field. State of the art and future prospects
Dr. Simon Gruber, W2P Engineering

Disskussion, World Cafe

*In cooperation with 

 

Integrated Electronics*

Printed Functional Materials Enable New Applications
Dr. Andreas Willert, Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS

 

From 2D printed to 3D-printed structural electronics
Wolfgang Mildner, OE-A (Organic and Printed Electronics Association), MSWtech

 

Design Toolchain and Slicing Process for the Integration of Electronics into FDM Printed Objects
Florens Wasserfall, University of Hamburg

 

Monoscribe-inkjet printed interconnection for thin-film photovoltaics
Martina Harnisch, PhD, Sunplugged

in cooperation mit    

 

 

16:40

Networking & exhibition

17:20

 

 

 

The UK Strategy for AM and 3D Printing

Prof. Phill Dickens, University of Nottingham, Centre for Additive Manufacturing (CfAM)

 

17:55

 

Industrial Design and Additive Manufacturing: Past Present Future
Brian Steinhobel, Steinhobel Design (Pty) Ltd

18:30

 

Closing of day 1

 

19:30

Dinner at the restaurant „Orangerie“

sponsered by  

 

 

 

Friday, September 28, 2018

 

08:15 Welcome coffee
08:30

 

Opening, welcome & agenda

08:40

 

 

Development of multifunctional polymer-based materials for large volume additive manufacturing

Dr. Prof. Ramon Escobar Galindo. Universidad de Cádiz, ,  Materials and Nanotechnology for Innovation

 

09:15

 

 

Additive manufacturing of ophthalmic lenses: the way forward for smart eyewear

Leo Oelbrandt, Sr. VP Systems R&D, Luxexcel NV

 

09:50

 

 

New Generation of 3D Printing Polymer Materials for Extrusion Based Processes

Dr. Thiago Medeiros Araujo, Lehmann&Voss&Co. KG

10:25

 

 

Networking & exhibition

 

11:00 Parallel Session II

 

Micro/Nano Additive Manufacturing

How to beat the resolution limit of light with electron beams – Additive 3D Manufacturing on the Nanoscale
Dr. Heinz Wanzenböck, TU Wien

Selective surface smoothening – a nice work around solution for fast nanoscale 3D printing
Prof. Dr. Magnus Kristiansen, Institute of Polymer Nanotechnology, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland

3D-Nil on optical elements
Michael Haslinger, PROFACTOR

Additive Manufacturing in Microfluidics
Prof. FH Dr. Jaroslaw Jacak, FH OÖ

 

Material Development

3D-FLM printing of polymers filled with short and continuous fibers
DI Dr. Andreas Haider, Kompetenzzentrum Holz

3D Printing of robots and luminaires – A glimpse into future possibilities of polyjet printing
Gil Shelef, Stratasys & Leo Schranzhofer, PROFACTOR

Development of a foamable 3D printing ink
Andreas Kreuzer, Johannes Kepler University

Economic advantage of HP-MultiJet Fusion in tool shop production and engine prototyping
Kurt Wildfellner, BRP Rotax
Daniel Plos , Techsoft

From Continuous Fiber Composite 3D-Printing to Video Enhanced Learning Applications
Bernhard Heiden & Hannes Oberlercher, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences

 

 

12:30

 

Networking & exhibition

 

13:00

 

 

Strategic Management in times of Digitization and Global Shifts

Werner H. Bittner, Umdasch Group Ventures GmbH

 

13:35

 

High-resolution 3D Printing

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aleksandr Ovsianikov, Institute of Materials Science and Technology TU Wien, Additve Manufacturing Technologies

 

14:10

 

Awarding ceremony of school competition & closing of day 2 & farewell lunch

PROGRAM 2017

PROGRAM 2016

Here you can download the program of the Add+it 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Feel free to contact us, in case of any questions

contact@nulladdit2018.org