Europe ‘s leading conference and exhibition for additive manufacturing returns on July 5 & 6, 2022, ECC Berlin + online


IPM, the organizer of AM Forum Berlin, is giving the opportunity to attendees to listen to the way that suits them best – either in-person or via a virtual participation.  

This year the current global challenges will clearly shape the conference: Ukraine war, pandemic, climate change. The concept of globalisation no longer works as it used to. How is the AM industry positioning? What answers and solutions can additive technology providers offer? Exciting discussions can be expected, IPM said in a press release.

As usual, the show founded by Airbus, Deutsche Bahn, Stratasys, 3YOURMIND, and Mobility goes Additive, will be characterized by a high level of practical relevance, inspirational learning opportunities and cross-industry experience sharing. Industry insiders will navigate through topics that include but are not limited to design and simulation, new materials, series production and automation, post-processing and quality.

Keynote highlights:

  • Dr. Matthias Gieseke, AM Materials Scientist, Baker Hughes

“Innovative Materials for Extreme Demands: Underground Rocket Science”

  • Anthony Graves, Senior Director, Head of Product and Strategy, Digital Manufacturing Software, HP Inc.

“Enabling New Business Models and Emerging Markets in Additive Manufacturing”

  • Dr. Karsten Heuser, VP Additive Manufacturing, Siemens Digital Industries

“The Automated Additive Factory 4.0”

  • Stefan Hollaender, CEO, Formlabs GmbH

“Out of the Headlines, into Production”

  • Dr. Uwe Jurdeczka, Head of Innovative Production Technologies, Alstom Transport Deutschland GmbH

„3D Printing at ALSTOM – an Axle Bearing Cover as a Modified Component”

  • Dr. Maximilian Meixlsperger, Head of Additive Manufacturing Production, BMW Group

„The Next Step Towards Industrialization: We Need AM Standards For Series Production“

  • Kristel van den Bergh, Innovation Director, Materialise

“Lessons Learned From Pandemic: Resilient Supply Chains & How 3D Printing Solves Procurement Issues”

For the first time, there is a science symposium on the agenda hosted by the DMRC. It will give participants fresh scientific insights. The contributions will explain what today’s 3D printing research has in store for tomorrow’s industrialization.

In the exhibition, innovative AM software, material, technology and service providers show hands-on solutions and strategies for the successful use of additive technology. Among them are renowned pioneers of 3D printing and leading AM solutions such as 3D Systems, BigRep, Carl Zeiss, EOS, FIT, Gefertec, Hexagon, HP, Materialise, RENA, SLM Solutions, TRUMPF as well as numerous start-ups. Short distances and an exchange at eye level are a big plus of the event. Over 90% of the exhibition space has already been booked or reserved.

Participants are cordially invited to be ready to ask their specific questions about 3D printing. The forum is aimed at beginners as well as advanced users and professionals from industries such as aerospace, automotive, railway, mechanical engineering, construction and agriculture, medical technology, science and many other.

On the 2nd day of the conference, another highlight is the Women in AM meeting. Female AM specialists and managers are speaking at luncheon and can network and exchange their valuable experiences from their various AM work places and beyond. Thank you to the initiator Mobility goes Additive e.V. and the sponsors Deutsche Bahn, Formlabs, and voestalpine for their support.


A first list of participants with already more than 1,000 registered persons (physical and virtual), the full program, the list of exhibitors, and all information about the event are available at

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