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The role of Additive Manufacturing (3D printing) in e-mobility and electrification

17.03.2021 | 12:0015:00

Webinar: The role of Additive Manufacturing (3D printing) in e-mobility and electrification

Time: Wed 17th of March 12:00 – 15:00 (CET +1)

Place: Microsoft Teams

Behind every electric solution there are materials: aluminum, copper, magnetic materials etc. The possibilities to exploit additive manufacturing (AM) fabrication methods are expected to increase in the future.

How can AM be utilized in the solutions and requirements of e-mobility and electrification? What is the state of the art and what is to be anticipated in the future? What are the challenges? What is the role of the design and ecosystems in seizing new possibilities? Come and hear great presentations by business and research.

Moderators: Linda Fröberg-Niemi, Turku Science Park and Johanna Valio, Yrityssalo


12:00 Opening of the webinar

Metal AM Materials in e-mobility and electrification
Olli Nyrhilä – Technical Director | EOS Metal Materials – General Manager | EOS Finland

Additive manufacturing in automotive industry: past, present and future challenges
Jukka Pakkanen – Development Manager Additive Manufacturing | Salon MetalElektro

Break, networking

Lena Thorsson – Co-founder and AM specialist | Exmet AB

Additive manufacturing of magnetic materials – 3DREMAG & SOMA projects
Joni Reijonen – Research Scientist | VTT

Break, networking

Added value comes from the design & Finnish Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem (FAME) speeds up the industrialization of AM in Finland
Tero Hämeenaho – AM lead | Etteplan – Chairman of the management board | FAME

Research and production environment for EV parts at TUAS – based on L-PBF and other laser process
Heikki Saariluoma – Senior Lecturer/Technology industry | Turku University of Applied Sciences – Researcher | TUAS/LUT AM and EV project



15:00 Event ends

Registration on Yrityssalo’s web site here.






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