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Invited by the Luxembourg Materials & Manufacturing Cluster, additive manufacturing professionals have been involved for two years in the discussions leading up to the establishment (or not) of a national initiative on additive manufacturing.

Forty companies were consulted and asked to comment on the structure that such an initiative might take: a platform fully funded by public research; a mixed platform, where public research and private industry collaborate openly, as is done at the National Composite Centre – Luxembourg; or a 100% private initiative, focused on the realisation of industrial projects.

Beyond the implementation or not of this project, skills exist in Luxembourg in the field of additive manufacturing and many are willing to collaborate and share their know-how and experience.

This is why the Luxembourg Materials & Manufacturing Cluster is organising a workshop on 14 June from 9:00 to 12:00 where some of Luxembourg’s key players will present their successes stories as well as opportunities for any company to implement this advanced manufacturing technology in its current processes.

Moving forward

“This workshop will provide an overview of the sector and will be an excellent opportunity to find industrial partners that can help any company for moving forward in this area,” says Caroline Muller, Luxembourg Materials & Manufacturing Cluster Manager.

“This is part of our cluster’s mission to create such business-to-business connections for the benefit of all,” adds Anja Höthker, Project Manager-Flagship Projects at Luxinnovation.

The speakers will represent the private sector (Saturn Technology, e-Xstream engineering, Rotarex, Simaform and 3DPrint.lu) as well as public research (LIST and the University of Luxembourg).

To participate in this workshop and discover what additive manufacturing can bring to your business, register HERE.

 

Luxinnovation contributes to the economic development of Luxembourg by fostering innovation, fuelling international growth and attracting foreign direct investment and is supported by: Ministry of the Economy, Ministry for Higher Education and Research, Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, Luxembourg Chamber of Skilled Crafts and FEDIL – The Voice of Luxembourg’s Industry.

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