High-tech impulses for SMEs: Forum Additive Fertigung

Using micro-stereolithography, a miniature Eiffel Tower made of plastic can be produced. (Photo: LZH)

LZH/IPH | Additive processes are revolutionizing industrial production. With the "Forum Additive Fertigung" that will be held in Hannover on 12 September 2018, Niedersachsen ADDITIV – Zentrum für Additive Fertigung offers a platform for exchange on best practice examples, research topics and business models.

At the "Forum Additive Fertigung" in Hannover on 12 September 2018, renowned speakers from e.g. the Volkswagen AG will be reporting on the use of additive technologies in their companies. In particular, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from Lower Saxony are invited to discover the potentials of 3D printing. Information on the program and registration can be found at www.niedersachsen-additiv.de/de/termine/. The event language is German.

The organizer of the event, Niedersachsen ADDITIV – Zentrum für Additive Fertigung is dedicated to further developing additive manufacturing processes, and to helping SMEs integrate these technologies into their processes.

Niedersachsen ADDITIV was founded by the Laser Zentrum Hannover e. V. (LZH), the Institute for Integrated Production Hannover gGmbH (IPH), the Deutsche Messe Technology Academy GmbH and the LZH Laser Akademie GmbH. The center is funded by the Lower Saxony Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labor, Transport and Digitization.

by Silke Kramprich

Image gallery for this article

  • Using micro-stereolithography, a miniature Eiffel Tower made of plastic can be produced. (Photo: LZH)
  • Many materials can already be printed today. The LZH is currently researching multi-material printing. (Graphics: Niedersachsen ADDITIV)
This website uses cookies to provide you with the best possible functionality. You agree to the use of cookies by using our website without changing your preferences. (Data Protection)