Our second business year ends and we can look back on a successful year thanks to joint work. 75 companies are currently working in our network on the establishment and series production readiness of additive manufacturing in industrial production!
Five new member companies will join this group at the beginning of the new business year:
The Israeli startup LEO Lane offers its own ecosystem for the management, control and secure use of your own print data.
Trenitalia, Italy’s largest railway company, was created in 2000 by separating the freight and passenger transport business from the parent company Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane (FS).
O.R. Lasertechnologie GmbH from Dieburg, Germany, has been dealing with innovative concepts in laser technology for more than 20 years and supplies its own industrial laser systems all over the world.
Faiveley Transport is a French provider of rail systems and services with headquarters near Paris and locations in 26 countries. The company belongs to the American Wabtec Corporation, which supplies locomotives and rail vehicle components and is expected to merge with GE Transportation in 2019.
The team of Industrial Partners GmbH from Frankfurt am Main, Beerfelden im Odenwald and Tianjin, P.R. China develops and designs individual components, subsystems and products for various industrial sectors. It supports its customers from the idea to the series part, even with the correct use of additive production.
Welcome to the network and on a good cooperation!
Current overview of members: www.mobilitygoesadditive.com/en/members/. A click on the logos leads you directly to the respective company homepages.
The new Materials working group will start on 9 July in Berlin.
Lead: Dr. Tina Schlingmann, Deutsche Bahn AG
further working group dates
Approval 21.08.18 in Berlin
Lead: Maximilian Kunkel, Siemens AG
Change Management 05.07.18
Lead: Oliver Cynamon, FIT AG
Digitale Supply Chain & IT mid-August, vote in progress
Lead: Steffen Kuhn, EOS GmbH
Education 08.08.18 in Berlin
Lead: Olaf Steinmeier, Fraunhofer IAPT
within the network
Due to Steffen Kuhn’s change to EOS and the avoidance of dominance by a company, Nikolai Zaepernick leaves the network advisory board. We would like to thank Nikolai for his work since the foundation of the network!
We will continue to work closely with EOS on the Network Advisory Board with Steffen Kuhn.
Annual Meeting 2018
Our Annual Meeting in the network is coming up! On 26.09.2018 we meet in Berlin.
The general meeting will be followed by an exciting networking programme that is open to everyone and will once again provide an all-round overview of the network topics and successes, provide new inspiration and get to know our new members.
What has happened in the working groups?
-Direct discussion in an interactive market stand concept with the working group leaders
What’s the news?
-Be informed about current developments even before Formnext, e.g. by DesktopMetal Printing to reduce postprocessing effort
-Get to know completely new applications, e.g. wheelset bearing caps printed with 3DMP
-A look beyond the end of one’s nose: How far is the pressure of human spare parts? From heart valves to tissue printing — a realistic insight
-Everyone is talking about digitisation and it is being implemented in Europe’s largest mobility and logistics group by her: Prof. Dr. Sabina Jeschke, Director of Technology and Digitization at Deutsche Bahn, reports on the digitization of Deutsche Bahn and what role 3D printing plays in it
-Berlin brings industry back: State Secretary for Economic Affairs of Berlin, Christian Rickerts, former head of Wikipedia, reveals his vision of 3D printing in the capital
-And you’ll be there when Mobility goes Additive celebrates its entry into the 3D printing hub — with jazz quartet and DJ — until early in the morning!
Last week, representatives of the 3D printing industry met at the European Parliament in Brussels at the invitation of CECIMO. Together with excellently informed parliamentarians, relevant regulatory requirements were discussed. The main topics were standards, legal framework conditions, education and their consideration in the new EU funding programme “Horizons Europe”, which will replace the existing “Horizons 2020”.
18 — 23.09.2018 — Between 18 and 21 September, hundreds of exhibitors will once again be presenting themselves to trade visitors at Innotrans, the leading trade fair for transport technology, in all 41 halls and on the entire open-air exhibition grounds of the Messe Berlin. On the following two days it will open up to a larger audience.
A flyer from the network is planned to give an overview of the network members exhibiting at the fair. If you are interested in the flyer, please contact us!
26.09.2018 — Annual Meeting 2018: Keep absolutely free! Our 3rd annual meeting (and in this course also the general meeting of the network) this year takes place in Berlin.
This year’s speakers include: Prof. Dr. Sabina Jeschke, Chief Technology and Digitalisation Officer of Deutsche Bahn and Christoph Hansen from Sauber Motorsport.
16. — 18.10.2018 — IN(3D)USTRY in Barcelona. Our network supports the third edition of the largest trade fair for additive manufacturing in the Mediterranean region as a partner. Our members receive special conditions for this. If you are interested, please contact Stefanie Brickwede.
We would also be happy to draw attention to your special events. Please contact our Team for more information. We are looking forward to seeing you again soon, maybe at one of the events, and we will be broadcasting until then.
Best regards, your
Mobility goes Additive Orga-Team