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On 25 September 2019 the KRAKEN project will organise its final conference at the AITIIP facilities in Zaragoza (Spain). Those attending the event will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the latest hybrid and Additive Manufacturing technology for big parts and the main achievements of the KRAKEN project. Participants will also be able to see the KRAKEN machine in action.
The KRAKEN machine integrates both additive and subtractive manufacturing technologies and can produce multimaterial (metal, thermoset polymer or a combination of both) parts of up to 20m long with high accuracy and quality.
You can already book your place and register here (https://krakenproject.eu/finalconference).
|09:00 – 10:00||Registration, welcome coffee and networking|
|10:00 – 10:45||Manufacturing challenges as opportunities for growth and jobs- the future of Additive Manufacturing|
|Juan Manuel Blanchard, President, AITIIP
Berta Gonzalvo, Research Director, AITIIP
Lucía Iñigo, Centre for the Development of. Industrial Technology (CDTI)
Javier Navarro, General Director for Industry, Government of Aragon
|10:45 – 12:15||The Kraken solution for large part Additive Manufacturing|
|Metal additive manufacturing – Iván Monzón, AITIIP
Resin additive manufacturing – Chris Reade, Achemie & Iván Monzón, AITIIP
Subtractive Manufacturing – Alberto Laguía, AITIIP
Metrology and real time monitoring – Markus Steiner, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence
Control software – Francesco Crivelli, CSEM
|12:15 – 13:15||Industry vision and demand for big parts Additive Manufacturing|
|Ricardo Pinillos Martínez, Airbus Jigs & Tools R&T and new developments
Vito Guido Lambertini, CRF
Gijs van del Velden, CEO, MX3D
|13:15 – 13:30||The LASIMM project – hybrid manufacturing for metal parts|
|David Barbosa, EWF|
|13:30 – 14:45||Buffet lunch|
|14:45 – 15:45||Kraken project demonstration|
On the previous day, 24 of September, another project working on hybrid manufacturing, LASIMM, will also organise its final event in Esquiroz (Navarra) which is a bit more than 150 km from Zaragoza. Further information on the LASIMM final event can be found here (http://www.lasimm.eu).