3D printing: knowhow for SMEs in Lower Saxony

Decision-makers learn how to manufacture components made of metals, such as magnesium, with complex geometries using Selective Laser Melting in a cost-efficient way. (Foto: SLM)

LZH/IPH | What is possible with additive manufacturing processes today? Where and how are they used already? Experts from the economy and science shall answer these and other questions about 3D printing on 25 January 2018 on the Exhibition Grounds in Hannover.

Niedersachsen ADDITIV – Das Zentrum für Additive Fertigung supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from Lower Saxony in becoming pioneers of additive manufacturing. 

"Additive Manufacturing: Opportunities for SMEs" on 25 January 2018

Niedersachsen ADDITIV teaches decision-makers the basics of additive manufacturing. The first event is scheduled for 25 January 2018. Besides an overview of the state-of-the art, the attendees will hear about applications in tool making and economic aspects. 

The program is available at www.niedersachsen-additiv.de/files/113-fs5/media/downloads/programm.pdf. For the registration link visit www.niedersachsen-additiv.de/de/termine

Two further events shall focus on:

     "Additive Manufacturing: Employees as a Success Factor" on 14 March 2018

     "Additive Manufacturing: Safety as a Success Factor" on 23 May 2018

All events are held in German. Events in English are available upon request. For further information, send an e-mail to niedersachsen.additiv@lzh.de and sign up for the mailing list.

by Silke Kramprich

Image gallery for this article

  • Decision-makers learn how to manufacture components made of metals, such as magnesium, with complex geometries using Selective Laser Melting in a cost-efficient way. (Foto: SLM)
  • 3D printing for the Industry 4.0: With the laser layer by layer from the CAD file to the additively manufactured micro or macro scale component. (Graphic: LZH)
  • 3D printing systems for tryout (f.l.t.r.): Olaf Lies, former Minister of Economics in Lower Saxony, Dr. Dietmar Kracht and Dr.-Ing. Stefan Kaierle from the LZH. (Photo: Ralf Büchler)
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