Global Additive Manufacturing Summit

Material Innovation in Enabling Mass 3D Printing Adoption

23 October 2019, Wednesday

TIME AGENDA
08.30am Registration and Welcome Refreshment
09.25am Opening Remarks by Session Chair
09.30am

Welcome Address

Dr Ho Chaw Sing, Managing Director, NAMIC

09.35am Opening Address by Guest of Honour
09.50am

Place Holder

MOU, Partnership Agreement Signing Ceremony Alliance Announcement

Fundamentals of 3D Printing, Material Science and Engineering : Progress and Trends in AM Material Development
10.15am

Keynote

 

Global Perspective : State Of The Industry

An Overview Of The 3D Printing Industry And The Role Materials Play To Accelerate Industry Wide Adoption, From The Creatives To Heavy Industries

 

Ric Fulop, CEO, Desktop Metal

11.00am

High Performance Polymer Materials For Industrial And Emerging Applications

• Developing and manufacturing customized polymer materials and additives for various 3D printing technologies
• High performance material impacting serial production

 

Sylvia Monsheimer, Business Director & Head of High-Performance Polymer, Evonik Germany,

11.30am

Tailoring Materials And Processes In Additive Manufacturing For Industrial Applications

• Meta metals and composites

  • • High entropy metal composites
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Dr. Håkan Brodin,  Specialist, Materials Technology,  Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB

12.00pm

Panel Discussion

 

Is Material Innovation The Key To Success For Adopting 3D Printing In Mainstream Manufacturing?

ModeratorMichael Petch , Editor in chief, 3D Printing Industry

Panelists:

Sylvia Monsheimer, Business Director & Head of High-Performance Polymer, Evonik Germany,

Ric Fulop, CEO, Desktop Metal

Dr. Håkan Brodin,  Specialist, Materials Technology,  Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery AB

12.30

Networking Lunch & Trade Show Viewing

Material Innovation In 3 D Printing As A Key Enabler Of Sustainable Manufacturing
01.30pm

Materials From Nature : Advancement In Harvesting Nature’s Marvels  Into Biologically-Inspired Composites For 3D Printing 

Javier G. Fernandez, Assistant Professor, SUTD

02.00pm

How 3D Printing Is Playing A Role In Sustainable Manufacturing Through Recycling Materials For A Wide  Range Of Applications
 

Volker Hammes , Managing Director ,BASF 3D Printing Solutions

02.30pm

Developing Sustainable Materials For 3D Printing Through Recycling Scrap Materials

• Developing alloy metal powders for use in commercial 3D printer applications

• Developing a recycling foundry which converts metallic scrap into metal powders

• Additive manufacturing at the point-of-need

• Applications in aerospace, defense, and energy sectors

• Disrupting logistics and supply chain in an environment-friendly manner

Chris Eonta, Founder, MolyWorks

03.00pm

Trashpresso – Upcycling Trash Material for Sustainable Construction

Arthur Huang, Founder and CEO Mini Wiz

03.30pm

Panel Discussion

How Can We Adopt Technologies Such As 3D Printing To Enable A Circular Economy?


Moderator: Michael Petch

Panelists :  

Arthur Huang, Founder and CEO Mini Wiz

Volker Hammes , Managing Director ,BASF 3D Printing Solutions

Javier G. Fernandez, Assistant Professor, SUTD

Chris Eonta , Founder, MolyWorks

04:00pm

Closing Remarks by Session Chair

04.05pm

End of Summit and Networking Reception

*The programme above are updated as at 26 June 2019 and are subject to revision.

24 October 2019, Thursday

TIME AGENDA
08.30am Registration and Welcome Refreshment
09.25am Opening Remarks by Session Chair
Material Innovation as a Key Enabler in 3D Printing Advancement In Industrial Applications
09.30am

High-Performance Laser Sintering Materials  For  Space,  Automotive And Medical  Applications

Global case study of  Innovating high-performance laser sintering materials, for  Motorsports, Space, UAV and medical  applications

• R&D resulting in of a family of innovative materials

• International market’s most high-performance laser sintering materials

 

Mark Beard, Global Director for Process and Application Development, Additive Industries

10.00am

Breaking Down Barriers To 3D Printing Adoption In Automotive Industry Through New Materials Innovation

 

Benny Buller , CEO and Founder Velo3D
10.30am

Impact of 3D Printing with Speciality Metals, Complex And Lightweight Metal Components

 • New materials development that will be game changer 

    • • complex and lightweight metal components for use in aviation and aerospace, the automotive industry, tool manufacturing
  • • Impact on the Oil and Gas Market

 

C. O. Tham, Managing Director, Voestalpine

11.00am

Progress and  Opportunities Of Meta and High Performance Materials For 3D Printing Applications

 

Michael Agam, President Asia Pacific, Stratasys

11.30am

3D Printing for Orthopaedic Applications

• PEEK material For Spine Implant And Other Medical Devices

• Combining metal 3D printing, nanotechnologies and surgical expertise to design and manufacture next generation medical devices

• 3D printing of titanium, non-titanium metals and advanced resin and plastic non-active implantable and non-implantable medical devices

• Certification and meeting regulatory requirements

 

Shri Shetty , CEO ,  PrinterPrezz

12.15pm

Panel Discussion:

 

How Can Companies Integrate AM Solutions To Complement Traditional Manufacturing?

 

Moderator: Joris Peels, Editor in Chief, 3D print

 

Panelists:

Michael Agam, President Asia Pacific, Stratasys

Shri Shetty, CEO, PrinterPrezz

C. O. Tham, Managing Director, Voestalpine

 

Mark Beard, Global Director for Process and Application Development, Additive Industries

12.30pm

Networking Lunch

How Material Innovation Is Enabling 3D Printing Advancement In Consumer Applications
01.30pm

How A Global AM Company Is Striving To Push  the Boundaries Of Innovation: Discovering New Possibilities To Create A Better World With 3D Printing And Material Innovations

    • • User cases
    • • Composite materials R&D and industrial applications
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Johan Pauwels, E V P Materialise

02.00pm

Customizing The Consumer Experience

Developing The First 3D Printed Razor – Joint Effort By Gillette And Formlabs

• customization and personalization of everyday products

• direct-to-consumer, end-use 3D printed parts

• design freedom to the final product

• case study of collaboration with New Balance

Jon Bruner, Director Digital Factory, Formlabs

02.30pm

Making 3D Printing Mainstream Through Retail Manufacturing

 

Finding The Right Balance and  Wellness Through Custom Printed Insoles

• Research and development of 3D printed insoles

• Perfecting foot alignment foot care through right materials and fit

• Finding The Right Balance and  Wellness Through Custom Printed Insoles

 

Glen Hinshaw, CEO RESA   

 

03.00pm

Future Fashion : The Modern Wearable Lifestyle

Recyclable Fabrics And Manufacturing Methods To Make Wearables And Accessories

 

Sylvia Heisel, Director, Fashion Futurist + Creative Technologist, HEISEL

03.30pm

Panel Discussion :

 

Will 3D Printing Become One Of The Mainstream Manufacturing Technologies For Consumer Products?

 

Moderator : Joris Peels , Editor in chief, 3D print

 

Panelists

Johan Pauwels, E V P Materialise

Jon Bruner, Director Digital Factory, Formlabs

Glen Hinshaw, CEO RESA  

Sylvia Heisel, Director, Fashion Futurist + Creative Technologist, HEISEL

04.00pm

Closing Remarks by Session Chair

04.05pm

End of Summit followed by Networking reception

*The programme above are updated as at 26 June 2019 and are subject to revision.

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