3D Printing Live
The Nordic Additive Manufacturing Show
Radisson Blu Scandinavia, Copenhagen Denmark

What is 3D Printing Live?

Welcome to 3D Printing Live!

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What is 3D Printing Live?

We go way beyond the hype and deep dive into reality, showcasing how Additive Manufacturing can be utilised by organisations in every stage of the product lifecycle.

From design revolution to serial production to supply chain and aftermarket solutions, the possibilities for Additive Manufacturing are wide ranging and complex, but now is the time to embrace the opportunities and see what new business models can be created for your business.

Join us at 3D Printing Live and we can start ''Printing The Future''

Why should I attend 3D Printing Live?

25+ speakers and panelists from R&D, Academia, Production, Industry & Aftermarket

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Why should I attend 3D Printing Live?

25+ speakers & panelists from R&D, Academia, Production and Aftermarket will be showcasing the very latest case studies on the impact of Additive Manufacturing. Throughout every stage of the product lifecycle there are advantages that can be gained by organisations that decide to implement Additive Manufacturing.

25+ invaluable sessions - get the facts straight from local and international business leaders, your opportunity to benchmark and most importantly to be inspired about the possibilities that Additive Manufacturing can have on your organisation.

By joining 3D Printing Live you are putting your organisation at the forefront of thinking on Additive Manufacturing. Listen, learn, engage and understand how your organisation can utilise the technology to stay ahead of your competition.

The world of making things is changing, now is the time to jump on board at 3D Printing Live!

SPEAKERS

We are delighted to announce the following speakers who will present at 3D Printing Live!

STEFANIE BRICKWEDE

3D Printing Project Leader, Deutsche Bahn

FRANZ-JOSEF VILLMER

Professor, Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences

YVES BELLOUARD

Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

DAVID BUE PEDERSEN

Researcher, DTU

FILOMENO MARTINA

Program Manager, Cranfield University

HENRIC OLOF NILSSON

Head of Equipment & Prototyping, Coloplast

KIM-NIKLAS ANTIN

Professor, Aalto University

KIMMO MÄKELA

Dr.Tech., Oulu University

MICHAEL WILSON

Technology Director, 3M Innovation Centre

ATANU CHAUDHURI

Professor, Aalborg University

VLADIMIR NAVROTSKY

Technology & Innovation Manager, Siemens Turbo Machinery

DIETER SÜSS

Head of Laboratory, Vienna University of Technology

SOREN OLSSON

Business Development Manager, Materialise

MÄRTHA REHNBERG

Associate Partner DareDisrupt

Ingeborg Rosenvinge

Head of R&D, Thürmer Tools

Niels Stissing Jensen

R&D Mechanical Engineer, Teledyne RESON A/S

AGENDA

  • 08:00
    Registration Opens
  • 09:00
    Chairman’s Opening RemarksMärtha Rehnberg, Associate Partner, DareDisrupt
  • 09:15
    From R&D Projects to Serial Additive Manufacturing!Vladimir Navrotsky, Technology & Innovation Manager, Siemens Turbo Machinery
  • 09:40
    3D Printing of High Performance Rare Earth Permanent MagnetsDieter Süss, Head of Laboratory, Vienna University of Technology
  • 10:05
    Topology Optimisation & Additive Manufacturing – A Perfect Symbiosis?Franz-Josef Villmer, Professor, Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences
  • 10:30
    From Clones & Mutants: how Deutsche Bahn is solving the obsolescence problem with 3D PrintingStefanie Brickwede, 3D Printing Project Leader, Deutsche Bahn
  • 10:55
    Networking Break
  • 11:30
    From Prototyping to Manufacturing in a Danish Hi-Tech CompanyNiels Stissing Jensen, R&D Mechanical Engineer, Teledyne RESON A/S
  • 11:50
    How AM is Supporting Innovation at ColoplastHenric Olof Nilsson, Head of Equipment & Prototyping, Coloplast
  • 10:00
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  • 12:15
    Metal AM as a Part of an AssemblyKim-Niklas Antin, Professor, Aalto University
  • 12:40
    Networking Lunch
  • 13:40
    Design, development & prototyping of specialist surgical instruments facilitated by AMMichael Wilson, Technology Director, 3M Innovation Centre
  • 14:05
    Innovation & New Business Models – the Possibilities for AMDavid Bue Pedersen, Researcher, DTU
  • 12:15
    Designing optomechanical parts for metal 3D printing – continuous learningKimmo Mäkelä, Dr.Tech., Oulu University
  • 12:40
    Networking Lunch
  • 13:40
    Sustainability outcomes of current and future Direct Digital Manufacturing practicesAtanu Chaudhuri, Professor, Aalborg University
  • 14:05
    3D Printing beyond only Additive ManufacturingYves Bellouard, Associate Professor, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
  • 10:00
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  • 14:30
    New Business Models – Panel DiscussionDavid Bue Petersen, Researcher, DTU, Franz-Josef Villmer, Professor, Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences, Sören Olsson, Business Development
    Manager, Materialise
    , Ingeborg Rosenvinge, Head of R&D, Thürmer Tools
  • 15:00
    Networking Break
  • 15:30
    Cost-Effective Large-Scale AM for Structural ApplicationsFilomeno Martina, Program Manager, Cranfield University
  • 16:00
    Certified Manufacturing of Consumer Grade ProductsSören Olsson, Business Development Manager, Materialise
  • 16:30
    Open Source Additive ManufacturingIngeborg Rosenvinge, Head of R&D, Thürmer Tools
  • 17:00
    Chairman’s Closing RemarksMärta Rehnberg, Associate Partner, Dare Disrupt
  • 17:10
    Networking Drinks Reception

TESTIMONIALS

REGISTER

All prices are in Danish Krone and are excluding VAT.

DKK 4.990
END USER TICKET
End user ticket offers full access to the conference and exhibition. Accommodation is not included in the ticket price.
  • Presentations, Panels
  • Networking Sessions
  • Cocktail Reception
  • Exhibition
DKK 9.990
SOLUTION PROVIDER TICKET
Solution Provider Ticket offers full access to the conference and exhibition. Accommodation is not included in the ticket price.
  • Presentations, Panels
  • Networking Sessions
  • Cocktail Reception
  • Exhibition

Radisson Blu Scandinavia

Set on the picturesque Stadsgraven Canal, this upscale hotel is 1.5 km from Tivoli Gardens and 2.3 km from the Nyhavn entertainment district.

Amenities include Thai, Japanese and International dining, as well as a lobby bar and a casino/bar. There’s also a fitness center offering squash courts and massages, in addition to event space and a business center.

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+200

Delegates

+25

Speakers

+25

Invaluable Sessions

+100

Companies Represented

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3D Printing Live is organised by Go Konnect Ltd, an events company with a portfolio of successful events all over Europe

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