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21. Fachtagung Rapid Prototyping at HS -OWL [Lemgo, Germany]

On the 4th of November, Professor Franz-Josef Villmer and H & H corporation welcomed to the 21. Fachtagung Rapid Prototyping / the 21. Expert conference Rapid Prototyping at the University of Applied Sciences in Lemgo Germany.


Interesting to hear was a huge push for applying AM in orthopedics and custom tailored shoes realized with AM. Dr. Marcus Rechberger from Lehmann & Voss & Co. KG, a material supplier, used the 3D printed sport shoe from Under Armor as an example application. Mr.Rechenberger mentioned that the materials won’t be a problem. Christoph Lindner from Hewlett Packard 3D Printing, picked up the topic shoes too.  HP will be offering it’s Jet Fusion technology as an open platform regarding materials. However, even though the machine architecture of the Jet Fusion system is looking progressive, regarding job handling and a design for high machine utilization, it is still not a system for mass production.



There were plenty of interesting presentations over the whole day but just too much to summarize here. Please see below and check this link for downloading the presentation from the HS-OWL website.

The program

Welcome words 

∙ Prof. Dr. Ing. Stefan Witte, Vice-president of University of Applied Sciences, Lemgo

Der digitale Wandel in der Hausgeräteindustrie Digital change in the whitegood-Industry

∙ Dr. Eduard Sailer, CTO Miele & Cie. KG, Gütersloh

Inhaltliche Einführung in die Fachtagung – Die RP-Fachtagungen von 1996 bis Heute Introduction to the expert conference – The RP-Expert Conference from 1996 til today

∙ Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Villmer, Hochschule OWL, Lemgo

∙ Raphael Hoffmann, Vincador Holding GmbH, Hamburg

H & H GmbH, Leopoldshöhe

Keynote – Additive Manufacturing – Next Generation

∙ Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Langefeld Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH, Frankfurt

Funktionales Design für die Additive Fertigung Functional Design for Additive Production

∙ Dr.-Ing. Guido Adam, DMRC, Universität Paderborn

Selektives Laserstrahlschmelzen – Chancen und Herausforderungen Selective Lasersbeam melting     – Chances and Challenges

∙ Peter Koppa from the DMRC was presenting on behalf of Dr.-Ing. Volker Grienitz, BENTELER Automobiltechnik GmbH, Paderborn

Keynote – Bionic Smart Factory 4.0 – Fabrikstruktur zum industriellen 3D-Druck Keynote – Bionic Smart Factory 4.0 – Company design for industrial 3D-printing

∙ Markus Möhrle (Roland Berger / LZN) was presenting on behalf of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Claus Emmelmann, Laserzentrum Nord LZN , TUHH, Hamburg

Additive Fertigung und Topologieoptimierung – eine perfekte Symbiose? Additive Manufacturing and Topology Optimization – a perfect symbiosis?

∙ Prof. Dr.-Ing. Eva Scheideler, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Villmer ∙ Dr.-Ing. Guido Adam, Marc Timmer, Hochschule OWL; H&H, Leopoldshöhe; DMRC, Paderborn

Neue Polymer-Werkstoffe für den industriellen 3D-Druck New Polymer-aterials for industrial 3D-printing

∙ Dr. Marcus Rechberger, Lehmann & Voss & Co. KG

HP Multi Jet Fusion

∙ Christoph Lindner, Hewlett Packard 3D Printing, Barcelona

Design-Futures: Innovative Lichtgestaltung durch 3D-Drucktechniken Design-Futures: Innovative Light-Desing through 3D-Printing Technologies

∙ Mary-Anne Kyriakou, Detmolder Schule für Architektur und

Innenarchitektur, Hochschule Ostwestfalen Lippe / School for architecture and interior design University of Applied Sciences Detmold

Keynote – Direct Photonic Production – Ansätze für die (Additive) Fertigung der Zukunft Keynote – Direct Photonic Production – Approaches for (Additive) Manufacturing of the Future

∙ Uni-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dipl.Wirt.-Ing. ∙Johannes Henrich Schleifenbaum, RWTH Aachen University – Digital Additive Production Fraunhofer-Institut für Lasertechnik ILT, Aachen

QM in der Additiven Fertigung QM in Addivie Manufacturing

∙ Andrea Huxol, Hochschule OWL, Lemgo

Verarbeitung neuer Materialien im Polymer-Lasersinterprozess Processing of new materials in polymer laser sintering  

∙ Johannes Lohn, DMRC, Universität Paderborn, Phoenix Contact, Blomberg

Automatische Konstruktion und digitale Ketten in der Orthopädietechnik Automated construction in digital design processes in orthodaedic technology

∙ Junior, phoenix GmbH & Co. KG, Gröbenzell

Herausforderungen beim Einsatz von AM Challenges in applying AM

∙ Dr.-Ing. Eric Klemp voestalpine Additive Manufacturing Center GmbH

Ende des Vortragsprogramms – Zusammenfassung durch den Vorsitzenden End of the presentation program and summary by the chairman

∙ Prof. Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Villmer, Hochschule OWL, Lemgo

Further many companies of the additive manufacturing industry andorganisations were exhibiting:

Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Lemgo

H & H Gesellschaft für Engineering und Prototypenbau mbH , Leopoldshöhe

Forschungsschwerpunkt DiMan (Direkte Digitale Fertigung im Kontext

Industrie 4.0 /Fachbereich Produktion und Wirtschaft der Hochschule

Ostwestfalen, Lemgo

Detmolder Schule für Architektur und Innenarchitektur, HS OWL, Detmold

Technologie Transferstelle der Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Lemgo

Institut für wirtschaftliche und technologische Unternehmensführung der

Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe e. V.

BZT Maschinenbau GmbH, Leopoldshöhe

Material 4 Print GmbH & Co. KG, Paderborn

EOS GmbH, Krailling bei München

Alphacam, Schorndorf

OWL Maschinenbau, Bielefeld

OWL ViProSim, Paderborn

OWL Racing Team

phoenix GmbH & Co. KG, Gröbenzell

SLM Solutions AG, Lübeck

DMRC, Paderborn

Realizer GmbH, Borchen

Altair Engineering GmbH, Hannover

Written by Matthias Bringezu



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