10 February 2021 / 15:00 - 17:00
EPIC Online Technology Meeting on Growing Markets for Metal 3D Printing
Online Event



Additive Manufacturing was born as a slow technology for prototyping of few pieces but its potential for high-performance and complex parts, custom components and as a perfect complementary partner to the subtractive technology is undeniable. Representatives of different growing markets will present their demands to service providers, machine builders, components manufacturers who will explain their capabilities and need.

Spirit of the meetings

During these online technology meetings, we are looking for the challenges the industry is facing and bringing together the entire supply chain to address these challenges. Bringing together end-users with component suppliers and system integrators that will answer the EPIC question “What can you do for them and what can they do for you” creates the perfect foundation to establish new business relationships and find ways for new collaborations and partnerships.

Speakers

Brede has a background as an engineer within electronics, automation and technical safety. He has worked 23 years for Equinor, both in engineering and management. Chairman of the Fieldmade Digital Inventory project and for the AM energy network.

Head of AM Strategy and Implementation at Equinor

With great enthusiasm Valeria is bringing forward the company her father founded almost 40 years ago, keeping Fluid Power and Hydraulic products, beside the innovative 3D printed parts for Oil & Gas Industry, Aerospace, Mobile and industrial applications.

President & CEO at AIDRO hydraulics & 3D printing

Working together with RTD performers and end users Markus guiding principle is to continuously increase the reliability and the use of process monitoring and process control devices in laser materials processing.

Head of Department R&D Projects at Precitec

Since 2013 Michael supports micro machining and especially 3D printing customers at IPG Photonics. Since 2020 he focuses on market and application development and links new business cases to IPG’s broad portfolio.

Manager Market Development at IPG Photonics

François started his career in the electro-optics field in 2002 for Safran where he managed both the optronics advanced studies dep. and the handheld equipment dep. Since 2015, he helps the young innovative SME New Imaging Technologies to develop in the electro-optics field.

General Manager at New Imaging Technologies

Hans has a background in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Physics. Previously worked at Philips Research with additive manufacturing technologies and laser materials processing.

Hans Kroes
Mechatronic System Engineer at Demcon
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