HyProCell hosts an Open Day on 19 Sept 2019 to share its key achievements in proving automated hybrid production cells. These novel cells combine laser-based additive manufacturing, subtractive manufacturing, post processing and quality inspection.
The programme includes oral presentations and Q&A sessions with leading practitioners from across Europe on CAx Tools, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) and Robotics.
The presented business cases cover the fields of Aerospace and Energy, while the technologies can be applied to other domains such as Automotive and Medical.
Importantly participants will also have the opportunity to visit in groups state of the art pilot manufacturing facilities.
The event should be of particular interests to organisations that design, use, or commission manufacturing processes and systems. The profiles of the target audience include Designers, Engineers, Managers, Operators and Educators.
Join the HyProCell Open Day to meet experts, see novel systems, develop R&D partnerships, and explore opportunities for new business.
Location: Autodesk Technology Centre – Birmingham.
19 Sept Agenda
9:00 Registration and networking
9:30 Welcome – Autodesk
9.40 HyProCell concept and technology advances – IK4 Lortek
10.00 Additive Technologies – Fraunhofer ILT
10.10 Integrated Hardware Setup – Erowa
10.20 Digital chain (CAx/MES) – TTS
10.40 Coffee break
11.10 Analysis of a Selective Laser Melting (SLM) production business case – Poly-Shape
11.20 Analysis of Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) production business case – ABB Turbo
11.45 SLM postprocessing pilot cell – Ramem
11.55 Hybrid LMD pilot cell – Autodesk
12.30 Lunch break (buffet lunch will be provided)
1.15 LMD pilot cell and Autodesk Technology Centre tour (in parallel groups)
14.30 Introduction to KTN Additive Manufacturing SIG and relevant innovation support opportunities
14.40 LASIMM project highlights
14.50 OpenHybrid project highlights
HyProCell Open Day delegates are invited to also attend the OpenHybrid project’s Final Dissemination Event at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry on 18 Sept 2019. Attendance requires a separate registration (also via Eventbrite).
Disclaimer: In the event of unforeseen disruptions, HyProCell consortium members cannot be held responsible for any losses incurred by participants. The programme is correct at the time of publishing, but organisers reserve the right to alter the programme if and when deemed necessary.