Network News 11/2019

We have already had the first snow flakes in Berlin - Christmas season is on it's way!

We have already had the first snow flakes in Berlin – Christmas season is on it’s way!

A complex calendar month lies behind us!

Our first TechJourney to Israel surprised us very positively and gave many impressions and impulses for our further activities. Once more we also made contact with the European Commission at the meeting of the European Expert Group on eProcurement (EXEP) and were visitors, speakers and exhibitors at MEDICA, formnext and Construction Equipment Forum 2019.
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Just boarded – new MGA members

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­Four new members have joined our network forces – we welcome…

Expertants GmbH is a consulting company and accelerator for startups. For its consulting business in the medical sector, prototypes and products are printed by service providers.

Baker Hughes is one of the world’s leading oil service companies. Formed in 1987 the company is today headquartered in Houston, Texas (USA) and now looking into printing new parts and obsolete spare parts for their enterprise system.

AMFG offers the leading workflow automation software for additive manufacturing. The platform is an end-to-end workflow solution in the industry that integrates machine learning technology to enable streamlined, automated manufacturing processes.

The University of Derby is a public university offering over 300 bachelor level courses and are going to share current developments in additive manufacturing with other educational institutions.
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formnext 2019 – an MGA team review

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Together with the state Berlin-Brandenburg and Berlin Partner for Business and Technology we exhibited at the formnext 2019 in Frankfurt/M.

In hall 11.1 we showcased exhibits from our network members and presented our plans and current status of the IAM Hub Berlin which is making good progress.

Those who came to see us we thank you for your visit and the great talks we had.
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In our eyes, this year’s formnext 2019 had two main focuses:
DED machines and new machine manufacturers as well as solutions for better post-processing. We felt things have become much more professional and one can see that now the industry is evolving from ideas to true industry character.
More and more users have filled the halls of the trade fair with clear signals and buying intentions. As a result, being a niche player is becoming less and less of a problem.

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