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State of the art industrial Additive manufacturing -

overview of the time and cost reduction factors via standardized implementation

Along the road to digitisation, modern additive manufacturing systems are playing an increasingly significant role in manufacturing industries. The ability to achieve results with reproducible levels of quality and occupational health and safety is a particularly interesting aspect, promising savings in both costs and time.

The webinar provides an up-to-date overview of the latest standards being developed within TC 261. Under the most recent standardisation and regulatory requirements concerning sustainability, additive manufacturing systems are reaching a new level and unlocking new areas of potential. The latest standards for hardware quality are particularly groundbreaking in this respect. In addition, current standards and testing programmes are resulting in new and faster implementation options that are capable of slashing previously required investments in time and money.

The latest developments of the new standards reveal potential for attractive cost savings that will appeal to anyone engaged in developing solutions in the AM ecosystem. The updates will offer particularly valuable benefits for hardware manufacturing or consulting services and for research and development facilities. In many processes, familiarity with the latest provisions already enables savings potential to be maximised and cost-effectiveness to be enhanced.

Date and time: Thursday, 17 June 2021, 10:00 am (CEST)

Your speaker: Gregor Reischle

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