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Additive manufacturing executive training (0.5 days)

This half-day course is intended for executives, leaders and managers and will provide insights into “What is additive manufacturing, its potential, and value creation in different business models”

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 Mads Arild Eidem Mads Arild Eidem
Head of Section Materials, Bergen and Site Manager, Bergen

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Additive manufacturing course

Training Information

  • Duration:

    0.5 days

  • Delegate info:

    NOK 5,000

  • When:
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Course dates

Date/time
Duration
Location
Cost
Register
Date/time
28 March 2019 08:30 - 12:00 CET
Duration
0.5 days
Location
Bergen, Norway
Cost
NOK 5,000 (incl. lunch)

Despite the huge potential of additive manufacturing (AM), there is still a limited adaption in different industries, especially in oil & gas and maritime. Is the challenge of implementing AM inherent to challenges in the technology or due to lack of awareness of the AM/business potential in the top management? 

Most industry leaders are aware of Industry 4.0 (digitalization) as that is going to influence their businesses. AM is an integral part of Industry 4.0 and the top management in most companies will feel the influence sooner or later. 

This half day course will give you an overview of the business potentials, already proven examples in different industries, but also limitations of AM. 

During the course you will see 3D printing live, and we will provide you with an overview of the technologies for you to further explore whether our organization can benefit from this technology.

Agenda 

  • Introduction and expectations
  • Potential and challenges of AM in your business
  • Already proven industry examples with AM
  • AM technologies
  • Design freedom
  • AM value chain
    • Feedstock
    • Design
    • Printing
    • Post treatment
  • Business models
  • Standardization
  • Takeaways and follow-up.

The course is done in cooperation with Ocean Innovation Norwegian Catapult Centre (OINC)

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