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If you have missed the Integradde Expression of Interest Infoday for MetalWorking SMEs and MidCaps Q&A and Tips now can access the full recording!
The INTEGRADDE project launched today (June 1st) an Expression of Interest (EOI) Call, oriented to European SMEs and Midcaps willing to implement Advanced Manufacturing solutions in their production process.
INTEGRADDE, Level-Up and DIMOFAC are three European-funded projects which have benefitted from the European Commission’s Horizon Results Booster to carry out joint dissemination activities with the aim of promoting their technology solutions adapted to advanced manufacturing
This article collects the research presented by the Steel Structures Group at Imperial College London in collaboration with LimitState, the University of Sheffield and MX3D. Seeking to combine sophisticated optimisation techniques and cutting-edge AM methods to establish an automated end-to-end framework for the generation of WAAM optimised structures.
Stay tuned for INTEGRADDE's Expression of Interest (EOI)! This opportunity addresses to metalworking SMEs and Midcaps at EU level, and will offer free-trials and other AM related services at no cost for the selected applicants.
The Integradde project now has its community. A user-oriented platform to meet the main players in the AM ecosystem, find solutions, get inspired and be up to date with all the news related to the Expression of Interest.
IREPA LASER is an industrial research and development company specialized in laser processes and materials, with a laser machine base including over 20 devices to support all companies in their needs.
Within the scope of print job preparation physics-based models are used to optimize the design, define the deposition path, investigate possible collisions, predict material quality and final part shape.
The Collaborative Robotics Laboratory of the University of Coimbra is developing technologies that facilitate the integration of the different stages of the project.