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Innovative Solutions for Lightweight Design and Digital Manufacturing

On September 28th the Transatlantic Cluster for Lightweighting (TraCLight) hosted an international workshop at the University of Waterloo “Additive Manufacturing: Ready for the Future? Innovative Solutions for Lightweight Design and Digital Manufacturing.” The workshop concluded with a tour of the Multi-Scale Additive Manufacturing Lab (MSAM) at the University.

EOS North America, technology and market leader for design- driven industrial 3D printing, Fraunhofer Germany, a key worldwide player in AM research, as well as Rosswag Engineering, a pioneer of AM applications in Germany, presented on commercialization and some very helpful business cases.

The presenters have kindly agreed to share their slides with Canada Makes. We thank the speakers for allowing us to share the very informative AM content with our audience. Click on the titles below to view the presentations.

Presenter Title
Tyson Gregory, EOS Improving the Business Case for AM by Part Selection Methodologies
Dr. Bernhard Müller, IWU Fraunhofer Design Guidelines for AM
Dr. Sven Donisi, Rosswag Metal AM in a Holistic Process Chain
Austin Isaacs Workshop 1 – Hybrid Structures:
Functional Integration with AM
Gregor Graf / Sven Donisi, Rosswag Workshop 2 – Enhanced Tooling via Metal AM for Volume Production
Bernhard Müller, IWU Fraunhofer Workshop 3- Conformal Cooling with AM
Ehsan Toyserkani/ Mihaela Vlasea, University of Waterloo Workshop 4 – Lightweight Design Using Cellular and Lattice Design
structures and High-Performance Materials

Canada Makes AM ForumBe sure not to miss the November 22nd Canada Makes and the University of Waterloo Present: Additive Manufacturing Supply Chain & Logistics Forum

For more information visit www.traclight-cluster.com

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About TraCLight: TraCLight is a project of the Development Agency of Baden-Württemberg/Germany and sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research to enhance the international expansion and networking of German and North American companies and research centers in the field of lightweighting. We started with TraCLight in January 2017 and are at the moment focused on building up a network of companies and research institutions in Canada, the US and Germany. Moreover our focus is on the development of joint R&D projects. We have 5 projects in the pipeline right now and are searching for adequate international partners. Two of these projects are in the field of additive manufacturing.

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About MSAM: The Multi-Scale Additive Manufacturing Lab focuses on next generation additive manufacturing processes. To this end, the lab explores novel techniques to develop advanced materials, innovative products, modeling and simulation tools, monitoring devices, closed-loop control systems, quality assurance algorithms and holistic in-situ and ex-situ characterization techniques.