The world’s leading fair for additive manufacturing and the next generation of intelligent, industrial production
As an industry location with a big tradition and a bright future, Berlin-Brandenburg is famous for companies that shine through top quality standards and reliability, while developing new technologies “Made in Germany”. In November six of such companies participate at our capital region joint booth and present their latest innovations.
Take the chance to visit the following companies at at our booth F41 in hall 21.1:
- 3D-Druck macht Schule
- BACH Resistor Ceramics
- Fraunhofer IPK
- Hope Printer
- Mobility goes Additive
- Orion AM
- Siemens, AM Design Lab
- Trinckle 3D
- TU Berlin
The German capital region
Berlin is one of the most attractive locations in Europe for additive manufacturing and 3D printing technologies. Alongside renowned machine manufacturers, software companies, international networks and hubs, Berlin also boasts new university faculties and professorships and relevant research projects to cover the complete additive manufacturing value chain.
Berlin's dynamic startup scene is an important factor in the rapid development of additive manufacturing processes, and instances of technology transfer from the universities in the form of spin-outs are numerous. Berlin's outstanding scientific landscape regularly makes important contributions to technological developments. Key areas include digital 3D modeling at the Technische Universität Berlin, printable ceramics, biomaterials, and also quality control processes at the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), and printed electronics at Fraunhofer IPK and the Berliner Hochschule für Technik (BHT).
With its fully equipped facilities in Marienpark, the Industrial Additive Manufacturing Hub Berlin (IAM Hub) offers interested industrial companies, startups and research institutions a place to initiate joint projects and network in a highly targeted environment.
formnext is a leading international professional fair for additive manufacturing technologies, 3D printing and tool and mold-making. Exhibitors from different countries take the possibility to present their products and services from the first design to the manufacturing and the actual realisation of product ideas. In addition to the entire spectrum of different AM processes, formnext presents an overview of all upstream and downstream processes. An accompanying conference with talks by industry innovators, moderators and champions will offer users intensive insights into the AM world and industrial 3D printing. It is where experts from a wide range of industry sectors, such as automotive, aerospace, mechanical engineering, medical technology, electrical engineering, and many more, come together to discover innovative production technologies for themselves.
Messe Frankfurt | Frankfurt am Main | Germany | Hall 12.1
34,500+ visitors | 36 countries | 850+ exhibitors
Funded by the European Union and the State of Brandenburg
Header image: Anton Kufer | pixabay