#additivemanufacturing

Digital Factory and Additive Manufacturing

Dr. Hans J. Langer, CEO and Chairman, EOS Group

As the CEO & Chairman of the EOS GROUP, Dr. Hans J. Langer is in charge of the strategic alignment of the group of companies. This stands for an extensive network of partners and holdings and supports promising start ups. At the heart of the EOS Group is EOS GmbH, the world’s leading technology provider for the industrial 3D printing founded by Dr. Langer in 1989.

Clones and Mutants - Why SMEs should use 3D-printing

Stefanie Brickwede, Head of Additive Manufacturing, Deutsche Bahn AG & Managing Director, Mobility goes Additive e.V.

Stefanie Brickwede is passionate about the introduction of 3D printing at Deutsche Bahn AG and responsible for the development and setting of the international network "Mobility goes Additive". The graduate economist started her career in the mobility sector in 1998 and worked in various project management and management positions.

Potentials and limits of additive component design and production in automotive engineering

Dr. Paul Fickel, Executive Assistant Pre-development Body and Components, Daimler AG

Paul Fickel has been working at Daimler AG in the area of predevelopment since 2012. During this time, he received his doctorate and assumed the role of Executive Assistant Pre-development Body and Components in 2017.

How additive manufacturing technologies and new materials are expanding our product portfolio

Dr. Hans Dietl, CTO, Otto Bock HealthCare GmbH

Dr. Hans Dietl completed his doctoral thesis at the Vienna University of Technology in 1987. He is currently CTO of Ottobock. He has more than 30 years of experience in industrial and academic research in the fields of prosthetics, orthotics and neuroprosthetics.

Making additive technologies usable for our business fields

Florens Lichte, Head of Additive Manufacturing, Deutsche Bahn AG

Florens Lichte is responsible for the implementation of 3D printing at Deutsche Bahn AG and leads the company-wide 3D printing project team. He previously worked for DB Fahrzeuginstandhaltung in the field of industrial engineering and, with more than six years of experience in metal construction, has a strong affinity for production topics.

Master Class: Business Models

Moderator: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Elmar Bräkling, Professor for Procurement and Logistics at Hochschule Koblenz

Joachim Hermes, Member of the Board and Head of Marketing & Sales, Karl Berrang GmbH,

Stephan Kühr, Founder 3D-Druck Netzwerk Berlin / CEO, 3yourmind GmbH

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Elmar Bräkling has been teaching and conducting research in the fields of procurement and logistics at the University of Applied Sciences Koblenz for over 9 years. The topics industry 4.0 and digitization are his main areas of focus. He has more than 10 years of industrial management experience, especially in the automotive industry. His last position there was Head of International Procurement Services / Consulting & Engineering at Daimler AG. Today Professor Bräkling is also managing partner of PIP - Power in Procurement GmbH and of counsel of the international patent law firm Schneiders & Behrendt.

Joachim Hermes, born in 1968, began his career with the Berrang Group in 1999, having previously held various positions in the industrial field of fastening technology. He is a board member of the Berrang Group and responsible for marketing and sales as well as engineering and logistics.

Stephan Kühr, Managing Director of 3YOURMIND, founded his first company at the age of 17 while studying physics. He worked successfully as European Sales Manager in the field of wind technology. In 2013 he founded 3YOURMIND, which won the German Innovation Award in 2016. Since then, the team has revolutionized the industrial 3D printing market.

How additive technologies challenge the business models of manufacturing companies, and effectively digitize business processes

Stephan Kühr, Founder 3D-Druck Netzwerk Berlin / CEO, 3yourmind GmbH

Stephan Kühr, Managing Director of 3YOURMIND, founded his first company at the age of 17 while studying physics. He worked successfully as European Sales Manager in the field of wind technology. In 2013 he founded 3YOURMIND, which won the German Innovation Award in 2016. Since then, the team has revolutionized the industrial 3D printing market.

The core business of manufacturing companies will not change

Joachim Hermes, Member of the Board and Head of Marketing & Sales, Karl Berrang GmbH

Joachim Hermes, born in 1968, began his career with the Berrang Group in 1999, having previously held various positions in the industrial field of fastening technology. He is a board member of the Berrang Group and responsible for marketing and sales as well as engineering and logistics.

Additive manufacturing - to what extent are the existing value chains changing?

Frank Sportolari, President UPS Deutschland, United Parcel Service LLC & Co. OHG

Frank Sportolari is the President of UPS Germany and responsible for all operations and strategy in UPS's largest market outside the United States. Frank spent all 30 years of his career with UPS in Europe. He started as a trainee in 1986. He took up his current position in 2011. He is currently also Vice President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany.

The industrialization of products will also only be possible in the future within certain limits

Dr. Jonathan Sander, Digital Manufacturing Engineer, Sonova AG

Dr. Jonathan Sander is responsible for the materials used in 3D printed, personalized hearing aids at Sonova AG, the world's largest supplier of hearing aids. Through his PhD at ETH Zurich and his research at MIT, he has several years of experience in materials research. Before joining Sonova, he worked in the Quality Control department of a pharmaceutical company.

Additives Design - A new approach to product development

Andre Heinrichs, construction engineer, Volkswagen Osnabrück GmbH,

Dr. Philipp Frank, calculation engineer, Volkswagen Osnabrück GmbH

André Heinrichs began a dual course of study at Volkswagen in Osnabrück after finishing school. During this time, he completed an apprenticeship as a technical draughtsman followed by a degree in vehicle construction at HAW Hamburg, specialising in body development. Since 2014 Mr. Heinrichs has been in charge of various projects in the field of metallic generative manufacturing.

Dr. Philipp Frank holds a doctorate in mathematics and has been with Volkswagen Osnabrück GmbH's Technical Development department since 2012. In addition to simulating the design of crash sensors, he is also involved in 3D printing and optimization.

 

What makes additive processes so valuable?

Dr.-Ing. Reinhold Achatz, CTO & Head of Corporate Function Technology Innovation and Sustainability, thyssenkrupp AG

Dr.-Ing. Reinhold Achatz is Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and head of the thyssenkrupp corporate function technology innovation and sustainability. He is responsible for thyssenkrupp's innovation and sustainability issues throughout the group.

 

Implications of 3D printing on the supply network

 

Chris Schuppe, Engineering Leader, GE Additive

CHRISTOPHER SCHUPPE: Engineering leader with more than 22 years of experience in automotive and aviation industry. Deep experience in several aerospace projects like GP7200, GEnx Low Pressure Turbine and Leap. In 2016 Chris became engineering leader for GE Additive. He has stood up a team to accelerate additive adoption across GE and to provide engineering consulting outside of GE.

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