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Ship propeller with material mix made by 3DMP® Big, fast and precise: The BigRep ONE large-scale 3D printer has a capacity of more than one cubic meter Companies (selection) 3Bots 3D Engineering 3dk.berlin 3YOURMIND Autodesk BASF Schwarzheide BigRep botspot Carl Zeiss Meditec Cellbricks CellCore3D Dimension Alley Druckerfachmann.de EBK Krüger F&B rapid production Fab Lab Berlin Fastpart Kunststofftechnik formlabs Gefertec Hewlett-Packard IFA 3D Medical Solutions KleRo Roboterautomation Kreatize MotionLab.Berlin Nanoval Next Dynamics Otto Bock Photon PYOT Labs Ricoh Deutschland Siemens SKLT Strahlkraft Lasertechnik Thiele+Wagner Time Tool Rapid Prototyping Trinckle 3D Trumpf voxelwerk werk5 XERION Berlin Laboratories YOUin3D.com Additive manufacturing is becoming an increasingly important key technology with regard to industrial applications. The various innovative processes are on the agenda of large corporations, SMEs, and research institutes from almost all manufacturing industries. There is particular potential for development in the fields of aerospace, mobility and automotive, tool and mold making, as well as medical and dental technology, which are among the strengths of the capital region. In recent years, Berlin-Brandenburg has become an important location for 3D printing technology developers, users, and service providers. For example, the medical technology company Otto Bock produces individual and custom-fit prostheses and orthoses using additive manufacturing. Siemens uses the technology for complex metallic components of gas turbines and Deutsche Bahn uses it to print spare parts for trains and infrastructure. Researchers at the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) have succeeded in developing 3D printers based on powder-based additive manufacturing in weightlessness for use in space travel. »Berlin acts like a large incubator. The city offers a unique network of startups, creatives, and academics, but also global players who are looking for new trends here. Berlin attracts talents from all over the world – this is crucial for us in design and engineering; thus people from 20 countries work for us.« Dr. Stephan Beyer CEO BigRep GmbH »3YOURMIND was founded in 2014 as a spin-off of the Technische Universität Berlin and above all benefited from Berlin’s excellent startup ecosystem, the good funding instruments, and the high degree of availability of young talent. The strong 3D printing community in the city helped us with our rapid international breakthrough and makes Berlin the most important location for 3D printing in Germany.« Stephan Kühr Founder, CEO 3YOURMIND GmbH Complete value chain Companies and scientific institutions in Berlin today represent the entire value chain of additive manufacturing. As an important interface between the digital economy and manufacturing industry, the sector also benefits greatly from the dynamic Berlin startup scene. In addition to hardware development, startups from Berlin also offer innovative solutions along the data-driven value-added process of 3D printing. CellCore develops component optimization software based on bionic principles to improve lightweight structures. Trinckle offers cloudbased software that enables the customization of 3D-printable products. Botspot is one of the leading international specialists for professional 3D scanning. Small and large-format printers for professional and industrial applications have been conquering the international market for several years. Various processes are used, from stereolithography and laser sintering as with the printers from Formlabs to fused filament fabrication/ fused deposition modeling (FDM) from companies such as BigRep and F&B rapidproduction, to Gefertec’s innovative 3D metal print process

Titel der Broschüre — Titel des Kapitels 3D-printed copper inductors from ProtIQ and trinckle 3D SLM-LPA hybrid blade produced at Fraunhofer IPK based on arc welding technology. In addition, Berlin is home to a number of experienced companies in materials science, such as 3dk.berlin, which continues to develop a large number of plastics, and Nanoval, a specialist in the production of high-quality metal powders. In the field of bioprinting, the three-dimensional printing of living cell tissue structures, the new company Cellbricks is a pioneer in tissue engineering applications and the development of artificial organs for transplantation medicine. Excellent science Berlin’s outstanding scientific landscape makes important contributions to technology development. Among others, its primary focuses are in digital 3D modeling at the Technische Universität of Berlin, printable ceramics, biomaterials, and quality control at the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), printed electronics at the Fraunhofer IPK and the Beuth University of Applied Sciences. The integration of additive manufacturing in the context of Industry 4.0 and the digital factory is being advanced by the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin. »Starting from an initiative of Deutsche Bahn, Mobility goes Additive has rapidly become Europe’s largest 3D printing network. We’re managing the activities and working groups for more than 80 member companies from Berlin, we want to provide sustainable inspiration for industrial 3D printing and help eliminate the hurdles to implementation.« Stefanie Brickwede CEO Mobility goes Additive e. V. »With its variety of polymers, ceramics, and metals, additive manufacturing is highly relevant for many of BAM’s areas of research. In Berlin, their applicability for automotive, aerospace and medical technology, among others, is being researched. Our global cooperation and research projects often result in innovations and patents whose industrial applicability is the stated goal of BAM.« Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Rethmeier Head of Division Welding Technology Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) Global networks The German capital is today an internationally renowned place for innovation and new technologies. Therefore, it’s no coincidence that Berlin based Deutsche Bahn established the 3D printing network Mobility Goes Additive. Another milestone for 3D printing will be the establishment of a center for additive manufacturing in the south of Berlin. The Industrial Additive Manufacturing Hub Berlin (IAM Hub) will not only host innovative 3D printing companies and science institutes, but will also be a test and experimental field with state-of-the-art machinery. In addition, the nationwide association 3DDruck e.V. and other networks operate out of Berlin and represent a strong community on various topics, including technology, regulation and standards. Science I Research (selection) bbw University of Applied Sciences Berlin University of the Arts Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research (IAP) Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology (IPK) Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration (IZM) Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications, Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) Hasso Plattner Institute Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin (HTW) Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau Technische Universität Berlin Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin Networks I Associations (selection) 3D Printing Network Berlin Initiative Leichtbau Innovation Network for Advanced Materials Mobility goes Additive Netzwerk Leichtbau Metall Brandenburg Verband 3DDruck

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