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24 – 25 September 2020 Tokyo, Japan Visitor registration

Industrial Forum

Simultaneous interpretation (Japanese / English)  is available only for the program of ACAM Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing GmbH on 24th and 25th.

*Requests for participation on the day of the seminar can only be accepted if seating is available.
*A separate "Visitor registration of the event”  is mandatory.
*Lectures, dates and times, and event halls may be changed without notice.

24  September 

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Oganiser:  *TRAFAM:Technology Research Association for Future Additive Manufacturing


Seminar will be conducted in Japanese

12:30 – 13:50 Achievements of Next-generation industrial 3D printer development project and future prospects

Mr. Hideki Kyogoku

13:55 – 14:35 Development of 3D printer for laser beam directed energy deposition of metals

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries India Precision Tools, Ltd.
Mr. Haruhiko Niitani 

14:40 – 15:20 Development of 3D printer for electron beam powder bed fusion of metals 

Tada Electric Co., Ltd.
Mr. Junji Tada

15:20 – 15:30 Q and A

Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available

Venue: Meeting room 3 on the 4th floor (registration fee is free, prior registration is prioritized, capacity is 60 people)

*Requests for participation on the day of the seminar can only be accepted if seating is available.
*A separate "Visitor registration of the event”  is mandatory.
*Lectures, dates and times, and event halls may be changed without notice.

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ACAM24

16:00 - 16:10 Formnext 2020 (Introducing the highlights of Messe Frankfurt, Germany)

Mr.Sascha F. Wenzler Vice President  Formnext
Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH

16:10 - 16:55 discover3Dprinting(Basic seminar)

Ms. Lea Eilert

Industrial 3D printing is breaking through in many sectors and applications, but companies often don’t know enough about the capabilities of the technologies and areas in which AM really pays off. The seminar Discover3Dprinting are designed for everyone who considers to include the Additive Manufacturing into the production process, but does struggle to find access to the technologies. The seminar provides a comprehensive insight into AM and at the same time discusses practical questions, such as: should I consider 3D printing for my production? Can I make profit with it? What are the first/next steps to get started? In addition, participants will learn what and where the obstacles by its implementation are, as well as what applications are not profitable for industrial 3D printing. Furthermore, attendees will also develop an understanding of where additive technologies can complement conventional processes, e.g., how process chains can be established with pre-machining and post-processing.

16:55 - 17:00 Q and A

25 September

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Organizer :  *J3DPA: Japan 3D Printing Industrial Technology Association

Seminar will be conducted in Japanese

12:30 – 12:55 Digital Transformation Trends  in 3D Printing

Japan 3D printing industrial technology Association
Mr. Tsukasa Matsuoka

12:55 – 13:55 The Future of Manufacturing Supply Chain with Addiive Manufacturing and Digital Transformation

Keio University
Prof. Hiroya Tanaka

14:00 – 14:40 Challenges and Prospects of Manufacturing Platforms

Kabuku Inc.
Mr. Masahiko Adachi

14:40 – 15:20 Seamless Integration from LAB to FAB with Addtive Manufacturing Solution

Siemens K.K
Mr. Takahiro Maruyama

15:20 – 15:30 Q and A

Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available

Venue: Meeting room 3 on the 4th floor (registration fee is free, prior registration is prioritized, capacity is 60 people)

*Requests for participation on the day of the seminar can only be accepted if seating is available.
*A separate "Visitor registration of the event”  is mandatory.
*Lectures, dates and times, and event halls may be changed without notice.

Inquairy
ACAM25

16:00 - 16:10 Formnext 2020 (Introducing the highlights of Messe Frankfurt, Germany)

Mr.Sascha F. Wenzler Vice President  Formnext 
Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH

 

16:10 - 16:55 Design for AM(Advanced Seminar)

Mr. Erik Feldbaum

Additive Manufacturing is a collective term for a broad variety of different manufacturing processes. They all have the layer wise build-up of the part in common. This is a big difference compared to traditional manufacturing processes and has to be taken into account during part design. The huge amount of geometrical freedom normally is to engineers and designers as unfamiliar as the consideration of support material within the build process. In order to use AM efficiently they have to rethink common procedures and practice the new process capabilities. All AM design rules depend on the process and even on the different materials. Therefore, an in depth understanding of the used AM process and the material characteristics is necessary to exploit the maximum potential.

This seminar provides an overview of design possibilities and approaches in AM. It covers basic design paradigms for AM as well as sophisticated design concepts, e.g. bionic structures, asymmetric modelling, topology optimization and evaluates those concepts in terms of costs and effort. 

 

16:55 - 17:00 Q and A

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