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POLYMERS FOR 3D PRINTING | EVENT PREVIEW


Then David Pascual, Global 3DP Marketing Manager for Lubrizol Advanced Materials in Spain, will explain some techniques to elevate performance in 3D printed applications. The session will then move on to look at flame retardant filaments, which will be delivered by Dr Joanna Marguier, 3D Printing R&D Manager at Clariant Produkte in Germany. And Gary Pooley, Ink Development Manager at Haydale Graphene Industries in the UK, will explain how graphene can be used to enhance PLA for 3D applications. The final session of the first day will explore the


material science behind some of the emerging 3D print technologies.Varun Srinivas, PHD Lead at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, will discuss the relationship between polymer molecular structures and 3D printing. And the day will be brought to a close by Dr Harold van Melick, R&D Director at DSM Additive Manufacturing in the Netherlands, who will explain how material science can drive digital manufacturing applications forward. The second day of Polymers for 3D Printing will


look at innovations driving the use of additive manufacturing from prototyping towards volume manufacturing. Jean-Marie Maldjian, Material Senior Expert at Schneider Electric in France, will share developments in the company’s use of 3D printed resin cavities for injection moulding, which enables it to achieve a 10-day part turnaround. He will be followed by Luis Roca, Head of Compound- ing at AIMPLAS in Spain, who will present an update on the centre’s studies on composition, thermal behaviour and performance of 3D printed mould inserts. The final presentation in the session will be delivered by Dr Thomas Joffre, Project Manager at Innovation Plasturgie Composites in France, who will look at the use of heat pipes in poly- mers made by 3D printing to aid cooling. The focus of the conference will then shift to


process developments. Fabien Stöver, Senior Product Manager Polymer at EOS in Germany, will explain how the company is adapting its polymer


Polymers for


3D Printing 2018


Developing polymers and filaments for optimised 3D printing applications


11-12 December 2018 InterContinental Hotel Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany


Expert speakers sharing their insight at Polymer for 3D Printing include (top row from left) IKV Head Part Design/Materials Technology Dr Suveni Kreimeler, Stratsys EMEA Materials Business Group Director John Jones, Solvay Specialty Polymers Global Product and Application Manager Brian Alexander, Arburg Senior Manager Additive Manufacturing Lukas Pawelc- zyk, (bottom row from left) Lubrizol Advanced Materials Global 3DP Marketing Manager David Pascual, Maastricht University PHD Lead Varun Srinivas, Thermo Fisher Scientific Leader Technical Marketing Dirk Leister, and TNO Scientist Margot Segers


laser sintering technology for serial production. Dirk Leister, Leader Technical Marketing at Thermo Fisher Scientific in Germany, will explore how novel polymeric materials are enabling more advanced fused filament fabrication (FFF) applica- tions. Then Daniel Cohn, General Manager at Protolabs in Germany, will speak about selection of 3D print materials for parts ranging from micro to macro scale. The final session of the conference will look at developments in the use of multi-material 3D print. Margot Segers, Scientist at TNO, the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research, will discuss multi-material printing using photopoly- mers. Then Dr Kevin Eckes, R&D Engineer at Aerosint in Belgium, will bring the two-day event to close with an explanation of how selective powder deposition can allow multi-material SLS printing.


About Polymers for 3D Printing


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Polymers for 3D Printing is a new two-day conference from AMI exploring the development, production and application of innovative polymers and compounds for 3D printing and other rapid manufacturing technologies. Taking place at the InterContinental Hotel in Düsseldorf, Germany, on 11-12 December 2018, it will cover the latest developments in resins and compounds for a variety of 3D printing and rapid manufacturing methods. Expert speakers will detail developments in established 3D print polymers such as ABS, PLA and PETG, as well as emerging high-performance polymers and compounds offering additional functionality.


To find out more about the event, or to book your place, visit the conference website or contact the Conference Organiser, Harriet White. Tel; +44 (0) 117 314 8111; Email: harriet.white@ami.international.


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