Complete Range of Additive SLM® Technology at the Additive Manufacturing Forum in Berlin

Conference with accompanying trade exhibition in Berlin on March 5-6, 2018

(PresseBox) ( Lübeck, )
At booth 41 at the 2nd Additive Manufacturing Forum, SLM Solutions is presenting the entire bandwidth of the additive SLM® technology: processes, machines, materials and services. In addition to the exhibition, the leading manufacturer of generative manufacturing systems is participating in the conference program.

Opportunities and challenges of additive manufacturing will be examined in more detail at the 2nd Additive Manufacturing Forum. The focus is on the areas of application development, design and construction, series production and process stability as well as the value chain and new materials. The program of the Additive Manufacturing Conference is based on these four focal points.

SLM Solutions will present the current state of development in selective laser melting technology at booth 41 at the 2nd Additive Manufacturing Forum. In Berlin, the North Germans will show the entire process chain (closed loop) of generative manufacturing with SLM® machines: from data generation to the melting process and all the way to powder recovery and recycling. Visitors can exchange information with the experts at the trade fair booth.

In addition to the trade exhibition, the company from Lübeck will take part in the panel discussion at 11:40 a.m. on March 6. Stefan Ritt, VP Head of Global Marketing and Communications of SLM Solutions Group AG, will present his experience in the topic "Make or buy? Using additive manufacturing in your own factory versus purchasing additive manufactured parts".
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