Additive Manufacturing – 3D-printing the future of industry
Moderator Chris Brow talks to Dr. Karsten Heuser, VP of Additive Manufacturing Siemens Digital Industries. Together with two Siemens partners he shines a light on the history of 3D printing and explains the impact this technology has on industrial production. Looking into the future the experts illustrate how Additive Manufacturing could change the industry as a whole.
Additive Manufacturing in industrial useHow to redesign products? How can you improve additive manufacturing? How do you transform research and development into the right business model? Learn more from our experts about an integrated design, data and process chain to accelerate the industrialization of Additive Manufacturing
More interesting videos and interviews
In a loose series of videos and interviews we show you further aspects and advantages of Additive Manufacturing:
- Interview Dr. Heuser, VP of AM at Siemens
Dr. Karsten Heuser VP of AM at Siemens, talks about the strategy of Siemens and collaborations in the field of Additive Manufacturing.
- The automated Additive Manufacturing Factory 4.0
Markus Obermeier presents how to reimagine products, rethink business and reinvent manufacturing! Learn more about an integrated design, data and process chain to speed up the industrialization of Additive Manufacturing.
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Both machine and product manufacturers are in a transitional stage between prototype and low-volume production using individual machines on the one hand and fully industrialized series production on the other. Essential factors here are productivity, process stability, end-to-end data chains, speed, quality, and IT security.
Our Digital Enterprise Suite offers end-to-end solutions for Additive Manufacturing. Only a holistic approach, incorporating the entire value chain, will lead to sustainable competitiveness. Around the world, numerous AM machines are used for industrial applications. With 55 machines, Siemens is a frontrunner in both production and as a service provider.
The Digital Enterprise Suite from Siemens is based on:
Close cooperation with mechanical engineers and users in all sectors
With Siemens we can rely on proven technical components and are well prepared to handle future requirements. This helps us to handle the challenges of digitalization.Alfons Eiterer, Head of System Engineering of EOS GmbH