09.30 – 10.40

Frank Rosengreen Lorenzen, CEO, Danish AM Hub

Christiane Vejlø, Moderator

Virtual Dualtalk:
Marie Langer, CEO, EOS
Yoav Zeif, CEO, Stratasys
Yoav and Marie will reflect on production in 2021; how they face and deal with both the consequences of COVID19 in regards to manufacuturing and the challenges concerning sustainability with concrete measures using new technology.

Thomas Hofman-Bang, CEO, Danish Industry Foundation
Is our production REALLY becoming more sustainable? Thomas Hofman-Bang challenges Danish Companies to not claim sustainability in production, when the latest report from Industriens Fond and Akademiet for de Tekniske Videnskaber still show an increasing use of energy, water, resources and water. His message is to rethink how we design, develop and produce, and Thomas encourages us to innovate and implement new technologies – like Additive Manufacturing – that holds key benefits in regards to a more sustainable production system.

10.40 – 10.55 BREAK

10.55 – 11.25

Felix Ewald, Founder and CEO, DyeMansion
Felix Ewald will share his view about how Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing will affect our future in regards to sustainability. DyeMansion takes part in the ‘Green Deal’ and aims to be climate-neutral – an important effort by which Felix will talk about the role of the technology.

Michael Mølmer, Chief Medical Officer, Nordsjællands Hospital
During COVID-19, Michael Mølmer and AddiFab set out to make an PPE by mounting a filter on snorkel masks to keep out the Covid-19 virus. The mask, adapter and filter have, among other things, been tested by the staff at Danish Hospital’s Covid-19 sections. Michael will share with us how it started, developed and its potential – and also touch on the potential of 3D print in the health/medtech industry.


BREAKOUT 1) How AM changes industries
How has and will Additive Manufacturing impact different manufacturing industries?
* Thomas van Glabeke, R&D Manager, MX3D
* Philippe Lovejoy-Courrier, Senior Specialist Innovation Lab, Smart Manufacturing, Terma
* Itedale Namro Redwan, Chief Scientific Officer, CELLINK
* Philip Lund-Nielsen, Co-Founder, COBOD
Moderator: Christiane Vejlø, Digital Trends & Ethics Expert

BREAKOUT 2) AM teknologien: Muligheder og anvendelse (in Danish)
Hvordan kommer du bedst i gang og hvordan bliver endnu skarpere på at udnytte teknologiens muligheder og potentialer?
* Jeppe Skinnerup Byskov, Director, Additive Manufacturing, Danish Technological Institute
* Jesper Damvig, COO, Prototal Damvig
* Peter Tommy Nielsen, Head of Department, Force Technology
* Peter Bay, CEO and Owner, J. Krebs & Co.
* Lasse Staal, CEO, AddiFab
Moderator: Steffen Haslund Schmidt, CTO, Danish AM Hub

BREAKOUT 3) AM and Circular Production
How can Additive Manufacturing be a driver for circularity in production and economy?

* Gitte Buk Larsen, Co-Owner and Business Development- and Marketing Manager, Aage Vestergaard Larsen
* Glenn Mattsing, CEO, Sculptur Sweden
* Jasper Middendorp, Founder and CEO, Reflow Filament
Moderator: Ditte Lysgaard Vind, Managing partner, Lendager; The Circular Way

12.15 – 13.15 LUNCH

13.15 – 14.35

Magnus Lindkvist, Trendspotting Futurologist
Magnus weaves together important current trends to forecast what life, society and business might look in the future, and he challenges our way of thinking about the future.

Kåre Stokholm PoulsgaardPartner and Head of Innovation, 3XN Architects and GXN Innovation

Tore Banke, Head of Computational Design, BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group
Building a more circular future – with 3D printed bricks? Tore Banke and Kåre Stokholm Poulsgaard will discuss challenges within the construction industry and how to build a circular future applying Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing.

Claus Wann Jensen, Founder and CEO, Luxion
Claus will tell us about his inspiring journey with Luxion – and the software program KeyShot, which is now the global leader in 3D visualization for industrial design. Claus will share how especially technology and specialized knowledge has enabled the company’s impressive results of today – and how he sees the future in relation to the possibilities for the digital in prototypes and product development.

Lasse Skovgaard JensenManager R&D Prototype Center, GN Hearing
How do the big Danish companies like GN Hearing work with Additive Manufacturing? Lasse will share how the company works with AM and 3D printing in both prototyping and production and tailored end-product. He will tell how they are able to customize its end products, how the technology brings added value and creates advantages for the company, and in what manner AM technology is a key element in the sustainable future of GN Hearing.

14.35 – 14.50 BREAK

14.50 – 16.00

Emma de Looff, Business Development Manager 3D Printing, Signify (f.k.a. Philips Lighting)
Kenneth Grönholm, CEO Nordics, Signify (f.k.a. Philips Lighting)
Signify’s work with Additive Manufacturing is in the spotlight. Kenneth Grönholm and Emma de Looff will shed light on Signify’s work with AM and 3D printing e.g. how they transform CDs into lampshades. They will share the company’s strategic thoughts on entering the whole, wide AM-world using the technology in its production and how this creates a green, circular journey filled with both benefits and challenges as well.

Jakob Lange, Partner, BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group
Jakob will talk about how BIG perceive the role of 3D printing in both experimental projects and in projects generally as well – and tell us about BIG’s moon project, Space Exploration Denmark, and the perspectives and outlooks within this collaboration with NASA.

Andreas Mogensen, Astronaut and Ph.D., NASA/ESA
ESA has an ambitious plan for human spaceflight that builds on 20+ years of experience on the International Space Station (ISS). Using the ISS as a scientific laboratory and testbed for exploration technologies, ESA plans to send astronauts back to the Moon, together with its international partners. At the same time, ESA is preparing the road to manned Mars mission, through robotic precursor missions. New technologies, including in-site resource utilization and 3D printing will need to be developed to enable this ambitious plan.

16.00 – 17.00 NETWORK WITH A DRINK

Music by Laurent Bernadac, Engineer, Violinist and Co-Founder, 3Dvarius
Laurent will tell us about the music of 3D printing; Why and how the 3Dvarius was designed, the symbiosis between 3D printing technology and high level music instruments and the interaction between new technology and music.