Addi­tive Manufacturing

from Design to Process

bay­ern design, bay­ern inno­v­a­tiv, and Zen­trum Digitalisierung.Bayern (ZD.B) will host an infor­ma­tive soirée in Garch­ing titled Addi­tive Man­u­fac­tur­ing — from Design to Process. The con­ver­gence of gen­er­a­tive design, addi­tive man­u­fac­tur­ing, the Inter­net of Things (IoT), and data ana­lyt­ics offers users of addi­tive man­u­fac­tur­ing, design­ers, and cre­ative peo­ple new 3D-print­ing options. The speak­ers will illus­trate the entire process from start to fin­ish: cre­ation (includ­ing the use of gen­er­a­tive design), addi­tive man­u­fac­tur­ing, analy­sis, and algo­rithms for opti­mized design.



4:30 p.m.: Registration/Coffee

5:00 p.m.: Welcome
bay­ern design, bay­ern inno­v­a­tiv, ZD.B/BICCnet

5:15 p.m.: The Val­ue of Design in Digitization
Wan­ja S. Stein­maier, Ver­band Deutsch­er Indus­triedesign­er / Lumod GmbH

Dig­i­ti­za­tion is dis­rupt­ing the prod­uct land­scape; entire class­es of prod­ucts are dema­te­ri­al­iz­ing and com­put­er-gen­er­at­ed design is using algo­rithms to devel­op solu­tions. Brand design is com­pet­ing with indi­vid­ual, per­son-spe­cif­ic design. Users are seek­ing advice from and hand­ing over their pur­chas­ing deci­sions to vir­tu­al assis­tants. What role will design­ers play in this sce­nario of the future? How can design cre­ate val­ue when com­put­ers are being put in charge of shap­ing forms? The fun­da­men­tal changes in this envi­ron­ment also affect the tasks and val­ue cre­ation of design. Used cor­rect­ly and incor­po­rat­ed into the design process, gen­er­a­tive design and the tools used in con­nec­tion with it can reduce costs, fos­ter inno­va­tion, and add value.

5:45 p.m.: Indus­tri­al Design
Har­ald Schmid, Gramm UG

An end-to-end method of design­ing com­po­nents for met­al pow­der fusion, also known as laser melt­ing, at min­i­mal cost and tak­ing into con­sid­er­a­tion the spe­cial char­ac­ter­is­tics of this class of procedure

6:15 p.m.: Addi­tive Manufacturing
Lars Lang­hans, FIT AG

6:45 p.m.: Opti­miz­ing Prod­uct Design with the IoT
Erich Holzinger, Wood­mark Con­sult­ing AG

  • Sen­sors in prod­ucts for opti­miz­ing prod­uct life­cy­cles and val­ue creation
  • Per­sist­ing sen­sor data
  • Opti­miz­ing design using advance ana­lyt­ics and algorithms
  • Impacts of the IoT and dig­i­ti­za­tion on busi­ness models

7:15 p.m.: Indus­try 4.0 Train­ing Plat­form: Trans­fer­ring AM Research to Dis­rup­tive Innovation
Dr. Paul Grom­ball, TMG München Glob­al Resourc­ing GmbH

The goals of the glob­al Indus­try 4.0 Train­ing Plat­form approach are to close the qual­i­fi­ca­tion gap for the strate­gic use of addi­tive man­u­fac­tur­ing and to meet the increas­ing inter­na­tion­al demand for high­ly qual­i­fied employ­ees. The approach is based on the devel­op­ment of prob­lem solv­ing skills orig­i­nat­ing in gen­uine indus­tri­al cas­es. Exam­ple: Nor­way where AM micro fac­to­ries devel­op and build elec­tron­ic vehi­cles locally.

7:30 p.m.: Get-together


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