july, 2021

21jul(jul 21)9 h 00 min22(jul 22)18 h 00 min5th Additive Manufacturing Forum Berlin 2021

Event Details

Leading European conference and exhibition for additive manufacturing
July 21-22, 2021, Berlin.

  • The 5th AM Forum Berlin 2021 takes place as hybrid event
  • Cross-industry user reports in the focus of the agenda
  • First-class speaker line-up
  • Over 75% of the previous year’s exhibition space already booked

The 5th edition Additive Manufacturing Forum will take place from March 11-12, 2021 as hybrid event. The conference and exhibition are planned as face-to-face events combined with the additional possibility of virtual participation. The desire of exhibitors and attendees for a physical event will be met by high security measures on site and a comprehensive hygiene concept.

The 2021 conference programme is again characterised by a high level of practical relevance and cross-industry experience reports in the use of the new 3D printing technologies. This is also guaranteed by the supporting founding partners Airbus, BASF, Deutsche Bahn, Stratasys, 3YOURMIND and Mobility goes Additive. The contributions address all aspects of the additive value chain and are allocated to these four overall topics: design and simulation, new materials, series production and automation, postprocessing and quality.

Highlight keynotes will be held by:

  • Ronen Hadar, Director Additive Design & Manufacturing, The LEGO Group

“AM challenges in the consumer goods industry”

  • Christoph Hüls, Founder Additive Manufacturing of Tablets, Merck KGaA

“Business Case for 3D printed tablets – The digitalisation of pill production”

  • Frank Ickinger, Advanced Engineering Powertrain, Porsche AG & Volker Schall, Head of Product Design, Corporate Advanced Engineering Thermal Management, MAHLE International GmbH

“Additive manufacturing of highly stressed drive components”

  • Marie Langer, CEO, EOS GmbH

“3D printing and climate change – Bringing the sustainable component of AM into the spotlight”

  • Andreas Langfeld, President EMEA, Stratasys

“The State of the Industry: AM in a post pandemic world”

  • Daniel Metz, Global Engineering Operations Manager, John Deere GmbH & Co. KG

“The printed tractor – Our way to industrialised 3D printing”

  • Thorsten Schollenberger, VP Quality & Industrial Engineering, GROHE AG

“Practical experience: Brand quality with 3D printed small series””

  • Christoph Wangenheim, Head of Additive Manufacturing, Baker Hughes

“Innovative materials for extreme requirements: Rocket science under the earth”

For deep scientific insights, a science symposium is scheduled for the first time this year. Organised by the DMRC, the contributions will show what 3D printing research of today has in store for the industrialisation of tomorrow.

The common goal of all participants is to learn from each other across all industries in the use of the additive technologies, to inspire each other and to promote series application. The event offers numerous opportunities for a value-added exchange with the experts.

In the exhibition, leading AM software, material, technology and service providers will present hands-on solutions and strategies for successful use of additive technologies. Over 75% of the previous year’s exhibition space has already been booked again. Participants are invited to bring their specific questions on 3D printing along. The forum is aimed at beginners, advanced users and professionals from the industries aerospace, automotive, railway, mechanical engineering, construction and agriculture, medical technology and sciences.

The association Mobility goes Additive e.V. and IPM AG invite women to the 4th European Summit for Women in AM, held on the day before. The aim is to support and accelerate the networking of women in specialist and management positions in the additive world and to open up new potential for the future of additive manufacturing. The full programme, the list of exhibitors and further information about the event including the hygiene concept can be found at www.am-forum.eu.  



21 (Wednesday) 9 h 00 min - 22 (Thursday) 18 h 00 min CET Berlin time