Maranello (MO), Italy

Metal Additive Manufacturing for Real Industrial Applications: From the Lab to the Product

when 3 June 2019 - 7 June 2019
language English
duration 1 week
fee EUR 870

DREAM Summer School will show how the important international companies use the technique of additive manufacturing for the realization of some products, guaranteeing optimized performances with respect to normal standards. Participants will then have the opportunity to visit the Ferrari Museum in Maranello and the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena to better understand how to use the additive metal printing technology in the automotive sector; they will also visit the laboratories of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia to see the researchers at work. Moreover, it will be possible to visit the headquarters of R.B., a company specialized in the design, research and development and manufacture of high precision molds.
In addition to the research activity and the results obtained from the DREAM project, ample space will also be dedicated to the presentation of the work carried out by other funded projects in the field of additive manufacturing within the European Research Framework Programme Horizon 2020, with also the sponsorship of the Common Dissemination Booster from the European Commission.
The Summer School also aims to discuss what the future trends of the Additive Manufacturing are for its widespread adoption in the industrial sector and also to think about where funding should be focused over the next decade.

Course leader

Elena Bassoli - DREAM Project Coordinator

Target group

Early-stage & senior researchers
Technicians from industries

Course aim

DREAM Summer School focuses on:
The potential improvement of Additive Manufacturing in real manufacturing conditions in terms of productivity, quality and reliability, also using a LCA approach;
The competitiveness at all steps of the Additive Manufacturing supply chain to bring it to a significant step further towards larger industrial scale

Fee info

EUR 870: EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION (until 10 May 2019)
870 euro
EUR 980: from the 11 May 2019
980 euro