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One Year of MADE-3D improving the materials research for additive manufacturing.

The MADE-3D project is pleased to announce that on February 8th and 9th, a pivotal one-year meeting took place at CSEM headquarters in Neuch√Ętel, Switzerland.

The session commenced with a detailed project overview presented by AMIRES project manager Marina de Souza Faria and project coordinator Dennis Lehnert from the University of Paderborn. This comprehensive overview highlighted the progress made over the past months and outlined plans for future milestones.

Special acknowledgment is extended to John Aristeidakis (QuesTek Europe AB) for exemplary leadership during the design and modelling phase, which is progressing meticulously. Furthermore, commendation is given to the task leaders from CEA for their insightful presentations on completed tasks.

Christopher Singer’s (Fraunhofer IGCV) exceptional contributions to materials and tools, particularly in powder material atomization and process parameter optimization in the transition zone, warrant special recognition.

The MADE-3D project extends gratitude to all partners and gracious hosts for their unwavering support and dedication, which have been instrumental in making this one-year milestone a resounding success. Here’s to many more achievements on the horizon! At the LinkedIn page of the project there to keep updated from the outcomes – HERE.