3D print in the Maritime Industry
21-09-2017 (Kl. 08:00 - 12:00)
Joins us for a light breakfast and some inspiring presentations about AM and 3D print – with a maritime twist.
During the past year, things have been happening when it comes to 3D print. The technology is here to stay for sure – the increasing number of initiatives and projects exploring the technology, confirm this. In four hours, we will take you through the initial plans for a Danish AM-Lab (by the Danish Industry Foundation), update you on on-going projects within 4D print, 3D print as a sustainable repair method, the human and technical aspects of on-board print, large scale 3D print and finally, cases from major maritime stakeholders US Navy (US) and MAN Diesel & Turbo (GE).
The event is co-organized by Green Ship of the Future and the Danish Industry Foundation and kindly sponsored by the Danish Maritime Fund.
We look forward to welcome you!
08.00 – 08.30 Breakfast and registration
08.30 – 08.45 Welcome and introduction
Anne Katrine Bjerregaard, Green Ship of the Future
Mads Kjøller Damkjær, director AM-Lab, The Danish Industry Foundation
08.45 – 09.00 Establishing a Danish AM Lab
Mads Kjøller Damkjær & Lars Hyllemose Holmegaard, AM-lab, The Danish Industry Foundation
09.00 – 10.00 The GSF projects
Is 4D print something to watch out for?
Anders Haugaard, Clorius Controls
Can we reduce waste by using additive manufacturing technology for repairs and reconditioning?
Rasmus Elsborg-Jensen, PJ Diesel Engineering
What are the aspects of on-board printing?
Sverre P. Vange, J. Lauritzen
When will we be printing large scale maritime parts?
Anders Ørgård-Vinding OSK Shiptech
10.00 – 10.15 Break
10.15 – 11.00 3D print experience from the US Navy – much more than just parts and supply chain
LT Todd Coursey, US Navy (US)
11.00 – 11.45 Additive manufacturing at MAN Diesel & Turbo – from prototypes to production
Dr. Roland Herzog, MAN Diesel & Turbo (Oberhausen, GE)
11.45 – 12.00 Q&A, thank you and good bye
A.P. Møller Maersk, Esplanaden 50, 1256 Copenhagen
The event is free of charge, but with limited seats. Please register below no later than September 18th 2017.
There will be a no-show fee of 500 DKK, so please make sure to let us know if you can’t make it. Deadline September 20th at 10.00