3D printing for the maritime industry – Leveraging the potential
During the event, experts in the field of additive manufacturing will give an overview and insights into the current developments in 3D printing, highlight the potentials in the maritime sector and present best practice industry insights. Furthermore, we want to talk to all participants about the possible establishment of a 3D printing hub in the Port of Hamburg for the maritime sector.
After the event, there will be plenty of time for getting to know each other and further networking with drinks and appetizers.
For more information see the Agenda below.
- Dipl.-Ing. Tim Wischeropp – Fraunhofer IAPT
- Daniel Beck – Bionic Production GmbH
- Håkon Ellekjær– Wilhelmsen Ships Service Pte Ltd
About the organizers:
thyssenkrupp | Wilhelmsen group 3D printing venture:
3D Printing for Marine and Offshore Parts reduce the supply chain costs, delivery times, improves part performance, and minimizes the impact on the environment. Through on-demand manufacturing and the AM fulfilment platform, Wilhelmsen and thyssenkrupp is empowering OEMs and shipping companies to effectively manage their supply chain for spare parts.
“Connect, Collaborate & Create” (https://www.homeport.hamburg/) – The homePORT creates a platform for innovative, ambitious port stakeholders and startups from the fields of science and technology. In addition to additive manufacturing, we also want to address other areas of future port operations, including drones, IoT, and artificial intelligence, build a strong digital community, and shape the port of the future together.
Please understand that the number of participants for this session is limited.
To ensure safety of all session participants, please note that the event will be held at the homePORT site under the 2G-Plus regulation. This means that all participants must be vaccinated or recovered. (proof required) In addition, each participant must complete a rapid test.
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