Advanced Prototyping Solutions

Business Convention for Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping and Product Development

October 7-8, 2020
Lyon, FRANCE 


| 8th edition

Advanced Prototyping Solutions

8th édition - Business Convention for Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping and Product Development
Lyon, FRANCE
October 7-8, 2020

Congress


2 days congress with high-level conferences dedicated to additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping and product development!

The congress will be host to international actors for a conference cycle allowing participants to benefit from speakers' expertise as well as exchange times, in order to identify solutions to their problematic.


Review the 2020 preliminary program below


TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7TH 

08:45 - 09:00
Congress introduction

Philippe BAUER - THALES M. Philippe BAUER
THALES


09:00 - 09:30
Additive manufacturing at the heart of new industrial challenges
 Elisabeth REY 
ADDITIVE CONSEIL SÉCURITÉ
Recent economic studies analyze the strong growth of the AF market and predict growth at a sustained pace. Placed at the heart of industrial renewal, what about its adoption by our companies? What obstacles still remain to its generalization and what are the factors likely to trigger it.

09:30 - 10:00
Metal Additive Manufacturing technology into rail industry spare parts supply chain, a relevant solution for critical applications

 Philippe FERAUD

 Bertrand HERRY
 SNCF AND ANY SHAPE 
Small volume of production and short lead-time may make MRO parts a genuine candidate for Additive Manufacturing. Good idea only at first sight or true opportunity?
Based a real industrial Business Case, SNCF and Any-Shape will go through the whole qualification process on a critical massive part, from production to dynamic testing on a train, and will open the discussion with perspectives.


10:00 - 10:30
The New 3D print composites processes at Airbus
 Rodolphe TROUVE 
AIRBUS
Goal of this presentation is to focus on actual and potential future technologies used by Airbus for producing parts in 3D print composites technologies.

10:30 - 11:00
Internalize functional prototyping and production of special parts: with HP Multi Jet Fusion Color Technology and HP 3D-as-a-Service (3DaaS), Pay for what you print, as you print, with full transparency on consumption

 Nicolas AUBERT

 Sébastien BOUILLOUX
HP AND Seb'AUTOMATISME
To accelerate 3D printing in-house’s adoption, HP Multi Jet Fusion technology addresses small and medium-sized production plastics applications as well functional prototyping. With HP Multi Jet Fusion technology, Seb’Automatisme is able to manufacture new color parts for special and modular machines. HP 3D-as-a-Service (3DaaS), a disruptive mode and complete solution l that combines printer, services, and consumable provides access to high quality 3D printing. Pay for what you print, as you print, with full transparency on consumption.


11:00 - 11:30
Innovative superalloy powders for high temperature use in aerospace, power generation and motorsports

 Jean-Marie LAMBERT

 Gael GUETARD

ERAMET AND OXMET
Presentation of a new high strength and high temperature superalloy designed for additive manufacturing, for Aero engines, Space Rockets,Land Turbines, Oil & Gas, Car Racing and Turbocharger.


11:30 - 12:00

How new metal technologies disrupt the life cycle of metal parts

 Patrick FERRARIS

 Alain DI DONATO

3DZ  AND S.MART


12:00 - 12:30

ROUND TABLE 1


12:30 - 14:00

LUNCH


14:00 - 14:30

Industrial Issues and Associated Scientific Challenges of Additive Manufacturing of Large Components

 Guillaume RUCKERT

  Jean-Yves HASCOET
NAVAL GROUP AND ECOLE CENTRALE DE NANTES
Additive manufacturing of large raw parts meets industrial needs in the naval defense sector. These applications with a high technical stake justify controlling the deposit conditions for complex geometries, ensuring the quality produced and with strong economic constraints. The technological bricks to meet all these challenges are not available in the form of commercial products and justify suitable developments requiring multiple technical and scientific skills. The presentation offers an experience shared between an academic laboratory and an industrialist to lead to the first innovative achievements.


14:30 - 15:00

Status and Future of AM'

 Christian FRANKE
 FRAUNHOFER
The presentation gives an overview on status and current challenges of AM and highlights barriers hindering a broad industrial application. Furthermore, an outlook on the future of AM is provided.


15:00 - 15:30

A DIGITAL CHAIN FOR THE UNITARY ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF SERIES - THE CASE OF OPR PROSTHETICS

 Luc ECKENFELDER

 Erwan CALVIER
INITIAL AND OPR
The growth in the uses of additive manufacturing requires the identification of the most relevant markets where technology is put at the service of the product and not vice versa. By developing a complete digital chain, OPR assisted by Initial is reinventing the way of equipping and rehabilitating amputees of the lower limbs. Starting from a patient scan, developing a simple digital solution adapted to the habits of the orthoprosthetist, and redesigning the end product of the socket by adding functions, a new market is emerging from the collaboration of two expert players in their field.


15:30 - 16:00

3D printing and sustainability – a good match for the railway industry?

 Aurelien FUSSEL


 Pierre Antoine PLUNIVAGE
ALSTOM AND ARMOR
The impact of industrial production on our environment has become a major concern. In this context, ALSTOM and ARMOR share the same vision of the industry of the future: innovation at the service of society. Can additive manufacturing, as part of such a collaboration, meet the requirements of sustainable development?


16:00 - 16:30

COFFEE BREAK


16:30 - 17:00

Non-contact sensor and three-dimensional inspection for additive manufacturing

 David WAHL
FARO

Discover or rediscover how 3D scanning technologies can now effectively support industrial production in additive manufacturing, at the crossroads of virtual and real worlds. From reverse engineering to final assembly, including dimensional inspection, each stage of the manufacturing process benefits from the latest innovations to make industrial production of increasingly complex mechanical parts easier, safer and more optimal. additive.


17:00 - 17:30

Tackling Post-Printing Challenges to Make Additive Manufacturing Truly Digital

 Bruno BOURGUET 
POST PROCESS INTERNATIONAL
This presentation will discuss today's legacy Additive Manufacturing post-printing methods and how the future of AM in Industry 4.0 requires a more sophisticated solution allowing for connective digital interplay across systems. We will review the practical implementation and benefits of automation in post-printing to create a closed-loop solution in which data can be used to feed design and build steps in real-time. The presentation will review how connecting data across smart systems is transformative to end part results and business outcomes.


17:30 - 18:00

Creation of a heat exchanger function: from the expression of the need to the proof of concept

 Damien SERRET 

 Frederic LETRANGE
THEMIST AND Liebherr Aerospace 
How to design and integrate a thermal function, for example a heat exchanger, in a mechanical part located in a constrained environment? We will present the different design and optimization approaches for heat exchangers, with a focus on their production in additive manufacturing. We will illustrate our point with an application case from the company Liebherr Aerospace.


18:00 - 18:30

ROUND TABLE 2


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8th

08:30 - 09:00

Why did Renault choose Desktop Metal for the production of tools for its French factories?

    Alexandre BROSSEAU

Dimitri RODRIGUEZ

KREOS AND GROUP RENAULT 

As part of a global project around additive manufacturing, Renault has equipped itself with several 3D printing technologies. Dimitri Rodriguez will present why he chose indirect metal additive manufacturing, why Desktop Metal and for which applications?


09:00 - 09:30

Maintenance and Additive Manufacturing: Can we pool the different industrial needs?

 Louis-Romain JOLY

 Franck BOCQUET

 Denis CUNIN
SNCF AND TEAM Henry Fabre et CIRTES
CIRTES and SNCF carried out a first series of works aimed at making the maintenance supply chain more agile thanks to digital technologies. Cross-sectoral pooling of works for maintenance-related needs quickly became essential. After a year of work by a consortium of 9 companies grouped within TEAM Henri Fabre and with the support of CIRTES and Inovsys, what are the main lessons?


09:30 - 10:00

A standardized certification finally available for AM - thanks to DIN SPEC 17071! What is needed to ensure the quality of critical applications

 Christophe Blanc
TÜV SÜD
The entire additive manufacturing ecosystem faces the same challenge: few adequate standards are in force. This is why individual directives are painstakingly drawn up and respected by each company. Therefore, each supplier meets different criteria. DIN SPEC 17071 * is the first standard developed by AM experts to ensure quality in an additive manufacturing center. We present the content of the document and show why this standard is ideally suited to assess the quality of suppliers (internal and / or external). Both for series and both for spare parts. All across industries!


10:00 - 10:30

Mechanical parts designed from an optimal arrangement of metal beams

 Philippe BAUER

 Alexandre HIRICOIU 

ANSYS AND THALES
Additive manufacturing allows us to design a wide range of optimized topological solutions where organic forms are not the only ones that can meet needs. Let’s not forget the hollow parts that do not necessarily need to contain lattices, nor the metal frame structures presented today.


10:30 - 11:00

Metallic Additive Manufacturing of Series Parts Aerospace: Winning Partnership DASSAULT AVIATION - LISI AEROSPACE AM

 Jean-Pierre ARGENTON 

 Jules BAROT
DASSAULT AVIATION AND LISI
Before moving to Make or Buy in 2021 with the AEROPRINT project, DASSAULT AVIATION has wished since 2012 to develop the LBM in a 100% Buy strategy. It is therefore natural that DASSAULT AVIATION approached LISI, a historic partner. This joint success on many parts makes it possible to continue FA developments between LISI and DASSAULT. The subjects are often complex but the ambition of the 2 groups is identical: to develop LBM Additive Manufacturing to reduce our costs and the mass of parts.


11:00 - 11:30

Modal Topological Optimization Development and Manufacture of an Aeronautical Equipment Support

 Nicolas CORREGE 

 Vincent CONESA
PRINTSKY AND CEA
CEA / CESTA and Printsky have collaborated on the development of an "organic" aeronautical equipment support in Titanium LBM Additive Manufacturing. All the key stages of industrialization have been followed, namely: Creation of specifications, topological optimization for mass gain, design of the part by integrating manufacturing constraints, validation of calculation, qualification of machine and material, development of the manufacturing and control range, manufacturing of parts and tests.


11:30 - 12:00

Today’s factory and additive manufacturing: how to choose technology and design differently for more economical and agile industrialization, how to create value on your products

 Jean-Michel LUCAS

 Alexandre MULATIER-GACHET
CYLAOS AND 4CAD

The Connex’lab, mini-factory 4.0, give the opportunity to imagine the future by discovering how new interconnected technologies can create value. 3 3D printing technologies (FDM, SLA, MJF) were used to design this assembly line and manufacture a customized product. The selection criteria and the advantages of each 3D printers will be highlighted as well as the importance of the design. Numerous customer examples will be showed to complete and  illustrate the industrial and current potential of additive manufacturing.


12:00 - 12:30

ROUND TABLE 3


12:30 - 14:00

LUNCH


14:00 - 14:30

Development of a design-to-print philosophy focused on economic profitability

  Bastien ATGER

  Nicolas SAINTIER
STELIA AND ENSAM
The main objective of this philosophy is the definition of a pilot seat armrest design that is the most economically efficient when considering production. This armrest is originally a set of parts made using different processes and materials. Additive manufacturing now offers the possibility of doing it in one piece. Work on the functionalization, orientation, nesting of parts and printing parameters has enabled the development of a Design-to-Print STELIA philosophy in line with the industrial performance of additive manufacturing.


14:30 - 15:00

Manufacturing Simulation for metallic additive manufacturing parts to improve industrial process

 Mathieu PERENNOU

  Alexis RENECORAIL
MSC SOFTWARE - HEXAGON AND LISI
Additive Manufacturing by Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF) is a key technology for the development of the aerospace industry in the incoming years. Three years ago, LISI AEROSPACE ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING (LAAM), a major player of Additive Manufacturing in the aerospace industry, integrated the numerical process simulation software for L-PBF process "MSC Simufact Additive" in order to optimize process development time. In partnership with the MSC Software, we will present the impact of simulation on the LAAM industrialization process workflow.


15:00 - 15:30

Whether Polymers or Metallic, today's 3D printing techniques cover both the tooling for manufacturing and the direct production of parts

 Eric MONTERO
CADVISION


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35/37 rue des Abondances - 92513 Boulogne-Billancourt cedex (FRANCE)
Tél : +33 (0)1 41 86 49 40 -  Email : aps@advbe.com
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