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New information platform: 3D printing and the law

3D and Law

Exactly on schedule, the “Information platform: 3D printing and the law” (of our partner TU Berlin) went online on May 31, 2016.

One basic aim is the early investigation of legal questions in regard to 3D printing and ways to comply with any relevant legislation. The website will publish articles on 3D printing, regarding either technical or legal aspects, as well as information on events dealing with additive manufacturing.

According to the Center for Intellectual Property of the TU Berlin: “We seek dialogue with engineers, entrepreneurs and researchers within and outside the research association in order to highlight the wide range and diversity of the 3D scene in Germany.”

The redesigned platform will be launched online in the near future.

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Rapid.Tech 2017

AGENT-3D can look back on a successful year 2016 and already an even more successful and eventful first half year 2017. Technology projects started and new projects were developed. The association AGENT-3D also represented itself at trade fairs to promote the joint project.

information platform: 3D printing and the law

Exactly on schedule, the “Information platform: 3D printing and the law” (of our partner TU Berlin) went online on May 31, 2016.

© Fraunhofer IWS Dresden

Dresden presents itself as a center for 3D printing at the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology: HANNOVER MESSE 2016. AGENT-3D is also represented.

© Fraunhofer IWS Dresden

The kick-off meeting of AGENT-3D_Basis_Rahmenbedingungen took place in Dresden on January 11, 2016.

AGENT3D creative workshop
© Fraunhofer IWS Dresden

In a further step, new project ideas were developed together with the carbon-concrete experts of C³ in a brainstorming session stimulated by various keynote speeches.

AGENT3D creative workshop
© Fraunhofer IWS Dresden

Founded at the creative workshop on September 1, 2016, the taskforce “Polymers” came together at Fraunhofer IWS for an active exchange of ideas.

Prof. Leyens assumes the management of the thematic network MatWerk

“Interdisciplinary approaches inspire innovation!” states Prof. Leyens from Fraunhofer IWS. The goal is to foster wider cooperation between the material sciences and engineering with other thematic networks.

International meeting for experts on additive manufacturing in Dresden
© Fraunhofer IWS Dresden

160 experts and novices from 23 countries took part in the first two-day symposium at Fraunhofer IWS. This highly successful event will be repeated in 2017.

Additive manufacturing of highly heat-stressed components made of nickel superalloy
© Fraunhofer IWS Dresden / Jürgen Jeibmann

Components of highly heat-resistant alloy can be produced quickly and at low cost by the newly developed additive technology.

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