Real Additive Manufacturing 2016

On Friday October 21 the second Real Additive Manufacturing conference will be hosted at the TUDelft Architecture Faculty. During this event we will continue to generate insights on the real potential of additive manufacturing for the built environment industry.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

In this second edition we will continue to look at Additive Manufacturing (AM) as as a promising technique for elements of the building process. How far have these techniques come? Can additive manufactured elements already be implemented widely in the building industry, or should the performance and results be improved first?


This Think Tank will focus on the relation between prototyping or production of AM in the building industry, trying to answer questions regarding durability, material behaviour and the type of materials which can be used. Is the quality of  AM products suitable for production, are the manufacturing methods suitable for more than prototyping or are ‘new’ production techniques desired. These are questions that will arise, but there are more challanges. During the discussion we want to invite you to be creative and think about the application of AM. How does AM fit in the building industry today?


Let’s give the building industry a boost with Real Additive Manufacturing!


Date:

Friday October 21, 09.00 - 18.00


Location:

Delft University of Technology

Faculty of Architecture, Berlage Rooms (ground floor)

Julianalaan 134

Delft


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Real Additive Manufacturing 2016

In this second edition we will continue to look at Additive Manufacturing (AM) as as a promising technique for elements of the building process. How far have these techniques come? Can additive manufactured elements already be implemented widely in the building industry, or should the performance and results be improved first?


This Think Tank will focus on the relation between prototyping or production of AM in the building industry, trying to answer questions regarding durability, material behaviour and the type of materials which can be used. Is the quality of  AM products suitable for production, are the manufacturing methods suitable for more than prototyping or are ‘new’ production techniques desired. These are questions that will arise, but there are more challanges. During the discussion we want to invite you to be creative and think about the application of AM. How does AM fit in the building industry today?


Let’s give the building industry a boost with Real Additive Manufacturing!


Date:

Friday October 21, 09.00 - 18.00


Location:

Delft University of Technology

Faculty of Architecture, Berlage Rooms (ground floor)

Julianalaan 134

Delft


please subscribe to attend this event