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Additive Manufacturing Fair Takes Positive Stock

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Additive Manufacturing Fair Takes Positive Stock
Additive Manufacturing Fair Takes Positive Stock

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Video: Additive Manufacturing Fair Takes Positive Stock
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At the 16th Rapidtech and Fabcon, a total of almost 4,500 trade visitors and 175 exhibitors were found. At the same time, 20 forums accompanied the specialist congress and the 3D printing conference. The main topics were the economic use of additive manufacturing, the necessary continuous processes from design to post-processing, including legal and standardization aspects, as well as the early qualification of the necessary specialists.

In addition to providers such as 3D-Systems, Eos, Fit, Stratasys and Trumpf, who have been exhibiting at the trade fair for years, other companies such as the 3D design software expert Dassault Systemes and the technology group Voestalpine showed solutions for economical AM applications this year in the industry.

The seminar "3D printing in direct digital production" conveys the technology, suitability and requirements of 3D printing and gives the participants an overview of the developments, possibilities and limits.

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In addition, many medium-sized companies as well as research institutions and universities showed their knowledge of materials, machines, software, post-processing solutions and other services.

The 3D Pioneers Challenge design competition was held for the fourth time. The best 3D printing design ideas were selected from the 36 finalists in the categories architecture, design, digital, fashion tech, material, medtech, mobility and sustainability. The jury awarded the main prize, endowed with 10,000 euros, to the "3D-printed Heart" project by the team at Tel Aviv University Israel, which had submitted a 3D-printed mini heart made from the patient's own stem cells and organic tissue to the 3D Pioneers Challenge.

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