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Netzwerk Wants To Develop Solutions For 3D Printed Spare Parts
Netzwerk Wants To Develop Solutions For 3D Printed Spare Parts

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The automotive and aerospace industries are already benefiting from 3D printing through lightweight construction and fast batch-size 1 production. 3D printing can also be advantageous in the manufacture of spare parts. This is exactly what the new network "3D printing of spare parts" wants to take advantage of. The network was founded in a cooperation between the platform Mobility goes Additive eV and Innos-Sperlich GmbH, a management partner. The focus is on the development of technologies and processes that can be used to produce spare parts from plastics and combinations, especially for the construction of rail vehicles. On February 7, the platform kicked off the network with a kick-off event.

3D printing secures the supply chain

The topic of 3D printing offers an excellent solution for many companies, either to manufacture spare parts that are difficult to procure themselves or to have them manufactured in small batch sizes by print service providers. 3D printing can thus be used to secure the supply chain and thus serves as a worthwhile alternative, particularly for companies that alternatively have to deal with large spare parts logistics, in order to reduce storage costs. The required spare parts can be made from different materials such as different metals or plastics. The network partners want to contribute their respective specific skills for the development and evaluation of technical solutions.

Additional information on the topic of the network partners in alphabetical order

  • AM Polymer Research
  • Apium Additive Technologies GmbH
  • Big Rep GmbH
  • Bionic Production GmbH
  • DB vehicle maintenance GmbH
  • EBK Krüger GmbH & Co. KG
  • HP Germany GmbH
  • Kegelmann Technik GmbH & Co. KG
  • Modellbau Kurz GmbH
  • Polymaterials AG
  • Hamburg University of Technology - Institute for Lasers and Systems Engineering Ilas
  • Defense Institute for Materials and Operating Materials WIWeb

The innovation network is one of the selected networks of the nationwide funding program "Central Innovation Program for SMEs" (ZIM). Funding is provided by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy based on a decision by the German Bundestag. (kj)

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