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DfAM at Materialise

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What does a major German car manufacturer, surgeon from Brazil, producer of food-making equipment, and large toy maker have in common? All are interested in methods of design for additive manufacturing (DfAM). Twenty-five people from five continents came together last week to explore, discuss, and learn how to design products for AM. Also represented were manufacturers of pumps, audio systems for cars, data projection systems, packaging equipment, heavy industrial products, and large vacuum systems. Key service providers from South Africa and China also participated.

Read the full commentary at Wohlers Talk. June 4, 2017

[Information about the course intent here; a recent design from Olaf Diegel employing DfAM in metal here]

 

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