EU projects – Technology Scouting – Business Innovation

New project in 3D printing using multi-material components

On the 30th and 31st of January, we travelled to Paderborn University to kick off the Horizon Europe Project MADE-3D.

The project has 13 partners, from 10 different countries around Europe. The objective is to optimize the printing process of multi-material components, providing solutions to the most often issues that happen, such as residual stress, cracks, or thermal expansion.

MADE-3D’s ambition is to provide design freedom for highly complex components by using concurrent engineering, besides, Additive Manufacturing process modifications, component design, and recyclability will be developed in parallel.