AM Summit 2019

Additive Manufacturing (AM) will change the way a product is designed, developed and produced. AM is transforming industries from healthcare to automotive and will change the way we think innovation and production.

AM Summit 2019 focuses on the change AM and 3D printing is creating today and in the future.

The conference is for anyone interested in the development and influence of AM technology, who wants to be smarter, inspired and connected.

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Take a look at the program

Date: 23rd October 2019
Place: Docken, Færgehavnsvej 35, 2150 Copenhagen, Denmark

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Registration is open until the 16th of October

Danish AM Hub is initiated by The Danish Industry Foundation.

Partners

Media Partners

Speakers

Jeremy White

Executive Editor, Wired Magazine

Thomas Hofman-Bang

CEO, The Danish Industry Foundation

Tommy Ahlers

Member of Parlament and Entrepreneur

Frank Rosengreen Lorenzen

CEO, Danish AM Hub

Espen Sivertsen

Founder & CEO, Ivaldi 

Bastian Schaefer

Innovation Manager, Airbus Operations GmbH

Thea Wulff Olesen 

CEO, Particle3D

Ronen Hadar

Director, Additive Design & Manufacturing, LEGO Group

Arno Held 

Managing Partner, AM Ventures

David Benjamin

Head of The Living, an Autodesk Studio

Martin Friedrich

Additive Manufacturing Project Lead Research & Development, BMW Group

Jesper Damvig

Direktør, Damvig A/S

Peter Tommy Nielsen

Head of Department, 3D Print & AM Technology, FORCE

Karsten Friis Hansen

CEO, NEXTTECH

Jeppe Skinnerup Byskov

Section Manager, Technological Institute 

Bahare Haghshenas

Partner, SDG Strategy and Innovation, Monitor Deloitte

Henrik Larsson

CEO, Center for Industri (Moderator breakout 2)

Lasse Staal

CEO, AddiFab

Peter Bay

CEO, J.Krebs & Co.

Christian Bjerrekær

Manager, SDG Strategy and Innovation, Monitor Deloitte

Devon Hagedorn-Hansen

General Manager, Stellenbosch Technology Centre, Stellenbosch University

Christian Beck

Production Partnerships Sales Manager Europe, Carbon 3D

Greta D’Angelo

Head of Technology, Amexci

Asif Moghal

Senior Manufacturing Industry Manager, Autodesk

Ian Cronin

Project Lead, Future of Advanced Manufacturing and Production, World Economic Forum

Casper Ladeby

Project Development Manager, Hydac A/S

Gaëtan Richard

COO, La MIAM Factory

Allan Petersen

Founder, Monoqool

Victoria Akinsowon

Senior Marketing Manager, AMFG

Franziska Kaut

Additive Manufacturing Process Development Engineer, Procter and Gamble Service

Preben Luther

Senior Design & Development Engineer, Carmo

Programme 2019

TIME
EVENT
WHERE

09.00 – 09.30

REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST

Docken


09.30 – 11.00

Frank Rosengreen Lorenzen, CEO, Dansk AM Hub
Welcome

Jeremy White – Executive Editor, Wired Magazine
Moderator of the day

Thomas Hofman-Bang – CEO, The Danish Industry Foundation
Changing technologies are not for turtles

Espen Sivertsen – Founder & CEO, Vivaldi Group
This is not you father’s supply chain

Tommy Ahlers – Member of Parlament and Entrepreneur
Change, compentencies and new ideas brought to life

Gaëtan Richard – Chief Operating Officer, La MIAM Factory
Interview on stage

Main stage


11.00 – 11.20

COFFEE BREAK and chocolate tasting from La MIAM Factory

Docken


11.20 – 12.20

Martin Friedrich – Additive Manufacturing Project Lead Research & Development, BMW Group

Casper Ladeby – Project Development Manager, Hydac A/S
Technology Business Development with digitalization and Industry 4.0

Franziska Kaut – Additive Manufacturing Process Development Engineer, Procter and Gamble Service
Additive Manufacturing with Polymers at P&G Devices

Main stage


12.20 – 13.00

BREAKOUT SESSION 1 – 3D print as lever for sustainable innovation
AM Sustain combines the great business potential of 3D printing with the the Sustainable Development Goals. Meet some of the companies who are participating in AM Sustain. A programme initiated by Danish AM Hub in corporation with Deloitte.

  • Bahare Haghshenas – Partner, SDG strategy and innovation, Monitor Deloitte
  • Christian Bjerrekær – Manager, SDG strategy and innovation, Monitor Deloitte
  • Allan Petersen – Owner, Monoqool
  • Preben Luther – Senior Design & Development Engineer, Carmo

Breakout area


12.20 – 13.00

BREAKOUT SESSION 2 – Hvad kan AM-teknologien bruges til (in Danish)
Få et indblik i, hvor AM giver mening og hvor det ikke gør. Hvad er mest relevant for din virksomhed – inden for prototyper, værktøjer og slut-produkter. I denne breakout er der mulighed for at høre eksperternes bud på, hvad teknologien kan bruges til i dag, samt at stille spørgsmål og have dialog.

  • Henrik Larsson – Direktør, Center for Industri (moderator)
  • Jesper Damvig – Ejer og direktør, Damvig A/S
  • Peter Tommy Nielsen – Head of department, 3D Print & AM Technology, Force Technology
  • Karsten Friis Hansen – Direktør, NEXTTECH
  • Jeppe Skinnerup Byskov – Sektionsleder, Teknologisk Institut

Breakout area


12.20 – 13.00

BREAKOUT SESSION 3 – AM around the world
What is trending in other parts of the world in Additive Manufacturing. Join us on an AM journey to South Africa, the U.S and the rest of Europe.

  • Devon Hagedorn-Hansen – General Manager: Additive Manufacturing and Reverse Engineering, Stellenbosch Technology Centre – Stellenbosch University (South Africa)
  • Greta D’Angelo – Head of Technology, Amexci (Europe)
  • Victoria Akinsowon – Senior Marketing Manager, AMFG (USA)

Breakout area


12.20 – 13.00

BREAKOUT SESSION 4 – Adding Additive Manufacturing to your business
The future of making things is here, and it is complex. Engineering leaders are under constant and growing pressure to find more innovative solutions for increasingly demanding customers in the context of an extremely competitive global market. In this workshop you will find your primary areas where you need to make an effort to adapt your business to new technologies.

  • Asif Moghal– Senior Industry Manager, Autodesk

Breakout area


13.00 – 14.00

LUNCH & NETWORK

Docken


13.30 – 13.50 (during lunch)

Meet Nordic AM Group and network
Kom godt i gang med 3D print: faldgrupper og gode råd (in Danish) v. Nexttech

Docken


14.00 – 15.00

Ronen Hadar – Director of Additive design & Manufacturing, The LEGO Group
Challenges in Large Scale AM Production of Consumer Goods

Arno Held – Managing Partner, AM Ventures
Critical Success Factors and Survival Rates of AM Start-ups

Thea Wulf Olesen – CEO, Particle 3D
We print bone

Main stage


15.00 – 15.20

COFFEE BREAK and chocolate tasting from La MIAM Factory

Docken


15.20 – 17.00

DUALTALK:

Bastian Schaefer, Innovation Manager, Airbus and
David Benjamin, Head of Living, Autodesk
Shaping the future with generative design and 3D printing

Lasse Staal – CEO, AddiFab
Freeform Injection MoldingLeapfrog prototyping, start production

Peter Bay – CEO, Krebs og Co.
Realisation of a 3D printing and Injection molding hybrid

Christian Beck, Production Partnerships Sales Manager Europe, Carbon 3D
Carbons Digital Light Synthesis – A Game Changer

Ian Cronin, Project Lead, Future of Advenced Manufacturing and Production, World Economic Forum
Shaping the future of Advanced Manufacturing and Production: An Ecosystem Approach

Closing remarks 

Main Stage


17.00

RELAX, NETWORK AND DRINK BEERS

Docken


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