September 7th 2022 – TAP1, Copenhagen

The fourth annual AM Summit will focus on AM and 3D printing as a driver for sustainable manufacturing.

The conference provides international business leaders, creative forces, and AM innovators with a forum for exchanging knowledge and experience and a unique opportunity to let creative actors present their qualified bids for the AM industry’s future. The conference is for everyone who is interested in the development and influence of AM technology and who wants to be smarter, inspired and connected.

At AM Summit you can, among other things: Meet industry’s leading experts, get inspiration from companies that have implemented the AM technology, participate in workshops exploring new ideas, technologies, and methodologies, and expand your AM network.

See the full programme – and register for your ticket!



09.00 – 10.10

Welcome by Frank Rosengreen Lorenzen, CEO, Danish AM Hub

Introduction by moderator Tim Frank Andersen, CEO and Co-Founder, Liveshopper

Melissa Orme, Vice President of Boeing Additive Manufacturing, The Boeing Company

Session: Generative Design

* Introduction to Generative Design by Tim Frank Andersen, CEO and Co-Founder, Liveshopper

* Design for Additive Manufacturing panel presentations

10.10 – 10.30 BREAK

10.30 – 11.00

Cecilia Edebo, CEO, CELLINK

* Jeremie Pierre Gay, Founder and CTO, Create it REAL
* Marcel Domenghino, CEO, GEBIOM GROUP

11:00 – 12.00 BREAKOUT SESSIONS (choose between the following 3 breakout sessions)

 Sustainable Materials
How do we decarbonize the entire supply chain? Additive Manufacturing is widely recognized for its sustainability potential. However, without sustainable materials in the production the full potential in Additive Manufacturing will not be fulfilled. Join this breakout session to hear more about the latest developments from some of the most innovative material developers and integrators.
* Adrien Lepayre, Global Market Manager, Arkema
* Markus Glasser, Senior Vice President EMEA, EOS
* Rasmus Kock Grusgaard, Innovation Consultant, The Danish Plastics Federation
* Niels Appel, Project Manager, Nordic Metals
Moderator: Ditte Lysgaard Vind, Managing partner, Lendager; The Circular Way


Changing Paradigms
How has and will Additive Manufacturing impact different manufacturing industries? The session will gather industry leaders using AM as an industry disrupter driving forward a radical new way of designing, innovating and producing products and components.
* Andrew Lamb, Innovation Lead – Global, Field Ready
* Stefan Larsson, Founder, Maker and Entrepreneur, Lostboyslab and
* Mathieu Pérennou, Additive Manufacturing Solutions Director, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence
* Adam R. Pawloski, VP Manufacturing Solutions, Stratasys
* Avi Cohen, Head of Sales, Nano Dimension
Moderator: Tim Frank Andersen, CEO and Co-Founder, Liveshopper


Meet the Women in 3D Printing
Women in 3D Printing (Wi3DP) is a global organization dedicated to promoting, supporting, and inspiring women who are using Additive Manufacturing technologies. This session will address the challenges and opportunities sustainability offers to additive manufacturing users and innovators. As a Wi3DP panel, all speakers are women, but men are more than welcome.
* Thea Wulff Olesen, Group CEO, Ossiform (fka. Particle3D)
* Stefanie Brickwede, Managing Director, Mobility Goes Additive & Head of AM, Deutsche Bahn
* Mandaná Moshiri, Senior Technology Manager, The LEGO Group & Wi3DP Ambassador Denmark, Women in 3D Printing
* Greta d’Angelo, AM Business Development Lead, Gränges Powder Metallurgy
Moderator: Nora Touré, Founder and Chairman of the Board, Women in 3D Printing (Wi3DP)

12.00 – 12.45 LUNCH AND EXPLORE

12.45 – 13.30

Guns N’ Roses Jam

Olaf Diegel, Professor of Additive Manufacturing, Creative Design and Manufacturing Lab, University of Auckland

13.30 – 14.30 BREAKOUT SESSIONS (choose between the following 3 breakout sessions)

 3D Printing Sustainable Cities
How can additive manufacturing technologies help to build the sustainable cities of the future? 3D printing houses, systems, and components can help to create more affordable housing options and even entire residential areas. This session addresses how 3D printing technology is the future of construction with its multitude of unrealized sustainable and economic opportunities.
* Morten Bove, Founder and CEO, WOHN
* Sebastian Aristotelis, Co-Founder and Lead Architect, SAGA Architects & 3DCP Group
* Andrea Hektor, Director, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) Engineering
* Paul Nicholas, Associate Professor, CITA, The Royal Danish Academy, School of Architecture
Moderator: Frank Rosengreen Lorenzen, CEO, Danish AM Hub


AM and Health
How does Additive Manufacturing help medical doctors and patients? How is the technology currently changing the health industry with features such as production flexibility, new design opportunities and mass-customization? Join this breakout session and learn how Additive Manufacturing can create an additive impact a difference for patients and medical doctors around the world.
* Nadine Moises, 3D print Production Consultant, Formlabs
* Anders Mølgaard Jakobsen, Clinical Engineer and Project Manager, Aarhus University Hospital
* Martin Gerth Andersen, Founder and CEO, Snapform
* Mads Tendrup, CEO and Founder, Exo360
Moderator: Michael Mølmer, Chief Medical Officer, Nordsjællands Hospital


Learn from Danish AM Experts (in Danish)
Mød fire af Danmarks absolutte frontløbere inden for 3D print og få deres indsigt i, hvad der sker på den danske AM-scene nu samt i den nærmeste fremtid. Hør eksperterne give deres bud på udviklingen inden for materialer, teknologier og trends – og få eksperternes svar på dine egne spørgsmål.
* Peter Tommy Nielsen, Head of Department, 3D Print & AM Technology, FORCE Technology
* Peter Bay, Managing Director and Owner, J. Krebs & Co.
* Sander Skovhus Michelsen, Lead Engineer, Additive Manufacturing, Grundfos
* Jesper Damvig, COO, Prototal Damvig
Moderator: Steffen H. Schmidt, CTO, Danish AM Hub

14.30 – 14.45 BREAK

14.45 – 16.00

Special Surprise Guest

Connie Hedegaard, Former European Commissioner for Climate Action and Danish Minister

Paneldebat: How can we utilize new technology to make Denmark the greenest production country in the world?
This session addresses, how new technology like Additive Manufacturing and 3D print can change the way we design, develop, and produce the more sustainable products of the future.
* Connie Hedegaard, Former European Commissioner for Climate Action and Danish Minister
* Frank Rosengreen Lorenzen, CEO, Danish AM Hub
* Thomas Hofman-Bang, CEO, The Danish Industry Foundation
* More speakers to be announced
Moderator: Tim Frank Andersen, CEO and Co-Founder, Liveshopper