As the first edition of the 3D Delta Week (3DDW) was a hit, the decision to organise a 2023-edition was a proverbial no-brainer. Now, the dates for the 3D Manufacturing event week have been decided: 20 to 24 March 2023. 3D Delta Week is a multiple-location, 5-day string of events and activities, all with a focus on 3D Manufacturing.Continue reading “3D Delta Week 2023 set for March 20 – 24, 2nd edition”
Eindhoven – Nowadays 3D Printing is more and more present in the aerospace/aviation industry. Not only OEMs and suppliers are applying 3D Printing, but also airlines are seeing the potential and are investing in 3D printing capabilities within their own facilities.
On June 8, 2021, the Online Aerospace 3D Printing Conference will tackle the current applications, proof of concept, challenges & future prospects and opportunities of 3D printing in the aviation industry.Continue reading “Press release: 3D Printing in Aviation and Aerospace: Stop drilling holes, just build them!”
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Franz Haas is head of the Institute of Production Engineering at Graz University of Technology and he has developed this technology for 3D metal printing and has applied for a patent.Continue reading “Will LED replace laser or electron beam in 3D Metal Printing!? – Jakajima Interview with Franz Haas, Graz University of Technology (VIDEO)”
A JakajimaTV interview with Professor Bram Vanderborght. He is Professor in Robotics at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, core lab manager of Flanders Make, and member of the Brussels Human Robotic research center. He is also coordinator of the European project SHERO on self-healing soft robots, and Editor in Chief of Robotics & Automation Magazine.Continue reading “3D Printing of Self Healing Soft Robots – Jakajima interview with Professor Bram Vanderborght, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VIDEO)”
Eindhoven – Just like desktop 3D printers combined with software now allow non-engineers to operate them to their liking without any formal training,3D printed electronics will not only open the doors, but will completely remove the roof and enable one of the most impactful forms of creativity and innovation ever seen. 3D printed electronics will impact the future of sensors, printed circuit boards & semicon industry.
Up to ten GE Catalyst components will be produced in this area. The engine’s first flight is scheduled for the end of 2019. It is the first turboprop engine in the world with almost 30% of its internal metal parts 3D printed. In Brindisi, work has already begun on three of these ten additive components. This number will continue to grow as the number of GE Additive-Concept Laser machines DMLM (Direct Metal Laser Melting) does. Continue reading “Avio Aero 3Dprints parts for the Catalyst engine for the Cessna Denali”
On July 09 and 10, 2019, University of Perugia will host a two-day event focused on the latest 3D Printing innovations in the medical field. The event will include a conference with dedicated sessions to 3D pharmaceutical printing, 3D printing applications in surgery and dentistry, 3D medtech printing, 3D bioprinting and a two-day exhibition.
On July 9, the program includes dedicated sessions on 3D Bioprinting, 3D Dental Printing, Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality and Legal. Attendees will find out the current status of the major changes in biotechnology and modern medicine, with a focus on 3D bioprinting, 3D printed dental implants, biomaterials & will catch a glimpse into the legal challenges posed by the introduction of this disruptive technology.Continue reading “Press release: 3D Medical Conference & Expo at University of Perugia, Italy”
On April 16 and April 17, 2019, Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Sittard-Geleen, The Netherlands, will host a two-day 3D Printing Event focused on the entire 3D Printing manufacturing value chain from design to end product.
The event will include five dedicated conferences and an exhibition.
- April 16 – 3D Printing Materials Conference – topics: polymers (new materials), metals and multi materials used in 3D Printing
- April 16 – 3D Design & Engineering Conference – topics: 3D design & 3D engineering tools / Visualisation tools, Reverse engineering, Value Engineering / Virtual Engineering, Topology Optimization, Blockchain & more
Jakajima, the international High Tech Conference organiser, has added two new 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing Conferences to its successful 3D Printing Conferences Series.
On December 4, 2018, Jakajima organises two new 3D Printing conferences at Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Sittard-Geleen, The Netherlands: 3D Printing Post Processing Conference and Additive Manufacturing Integrated Factory Conference.
While the 3D Printing industry has strongly focused on the first two steps of 3D Printing: Design and Build/3D Print, the third step, Post-processing, has been overlooked. Post-processing encompasses all of the actions that are performed after parts are removed from a 3D printer.
The 3D Printing Post Processing Conference will cover issues, solutions and future trends in post processing, a phase that has impact on the following parameters within and for an organisation: Time, Facilities, Cost, Quality, Staffing and Safety.
There are many manufacturers who would like to be able to offer more individualization of the products they manufacture. With the growth of AM, more and more organisations are starting to look at the possibilities to integrate this technology in their manufacturing processes.
The AM Integrated Factory Conference covers the developments going on in further integration of additive manufacturing in production processes, and how to act upon.
“All our international 3D Printing Conferences have a specific topic, and we noticed that there were no dedicated conferences on these two topics” says Pieter Hermans, Matchmaker for Innovators at Jakajima. “so we decided to add them to our successful 3D Printing Conference series”.
Jakajima is the organiser of the following 3D Printing Conferences:
- 3dprintingelectronicsconference.com (January 2019)
- 3dmedicalconference.com (January 2019, Bioprinting, Medtech printing, Dental printing, Medicine printing, Augmented / Virtual Reality)
- 3dprintingmaterialsconference.com (April 2109)
- 3ddeconference.com (3D Design & Engineering conference, April 2019)
- 3dcontentconference.com (April 2019)
- 4dpmmconference.com (4d printing & Meta Materials Conference, April 2019)
- 3dfoodprintingconference.com (27 June 2019)
- 3dprintingpostprocessingconference.com (December 2018)
- amintegratedfactoryconference.com (December 2018).
Arrangements for the media
Jakajima welcome enquiries from electronic media and the press. Accredited journalists can attend this conference and/or arrange interviews with the speakers. Press accreditation should be arranged in advance of the conference. Accreditation is granted to active editorial staff and freelancers, subject to proof of an editorial job function, a freelance commission or a valid press card.
To register for media pass and/or more information about the conferences, please contact Esther Wendrich. She can be reached at e.wendrich [@] jakajima.eu or during European office hours on +31(0)40 2952135
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