3 - 4 March 2020 | ZAL Tech Center, Hamburg
Welcome note by Lufthansa Technik
Lufthansa Technik is one of the world’s leading manufacturer-independent providers of maintenance, repair, overhaul and modification services in the civil aviation industry. We have decades of experience in the aviation business and are an integral part of the international airline community. Our name is synonymous with excellent products and services in every area.
Additive manufacturing is both an opportunity and challenge for the aircraft industry. Lufthansa Technik’s Additive Manufacturing Center allows us to leverage the potential of additive manufacturing not only for the aircraft itself but for the entire value chain of the company.
This conference will be an interactive platform to take the next steps into 3D printing of aircraft cabin interior parts and beyond: Exchange on latest updates of additive manufacturing for cabin interiors, collaborate on part design strategies as well as material and certification challenges and participate in workshops on new opportunities. Now is the perfect time to shape the future for additive manufactured cabin interiors.
Main discussion topics:
Potentials and Challenges of Additive Manufactured Cabin Interior Parts
Value Proposition of AM to the airlines particularly in Cabin interior
Role of additive manufacturing for Cabin MRO/ Refurbishment
Robot guided additive manufacturing for large scale cabin parts
Challenges on IP in 3d printing for cabin parts, and how to overcome it
Certification issues on cabin additive manufacturing
The role of Metal applications on Aircraft Cabin additive manufacturing
Tooling on Aircraft Cabin Additive Manufacturing
Flammability testing on additive materials for cabin application
Can digital data collection and monitoring secure better part quality and therefore minimize production failure in cabin interior production?
Advancements in Additive Manufacturing Standards, Qualification & Certification
Challenges of 3D printing in the Aerospace Industry
Technology Lead Additive Manufacturing, Fleet Services
Lufthansa Technik AG
Dr. Aenne Koester
Head of Additive Manufacturing Center
Senior Development Manager Additive Manufacturing
CoC Aircraft Manufacturing
& MRO, ZAL
Tan Chuan Ching
Additive Flight Solutions
DR DIETMAR VÖLKLE
Vice President Research
Interior Project Manager
Head of Additive Manufacturing Solutions - ASYM
Director, Aerospace Standards
Vice President Engineering
Senior Vice President Export
Director Global Additive Manufacturing Programs
Airbus Operations GmbH
EVP Strategy & Innovation
Head of XB-1 Production
PREVIOUS ATTENDEE INCLUDE:
Event modules for a hands-on experience:
Get in touch with other experts before the conference starts. Find business cards and photos while enjoying your first conversations and networking experience.
MEET AND GREET
Make new business contacts in short 1:1 meetings. Exchange business cards in a fast-paced ice breaking session. Be sure to bring enough cards so you don't miss a connection.
Interact with our conference speakers and moderators. Seek out answers to any lingering questions by asking during these intimate sessions.
Gain deeper insights by attending our panel discussions. Share your ideas and thoughts with peers and receive feedback from dedicated industry experts in this interactive session.
Discuss the latest challenges and innovations in 3D printing, industrial manufacturing, and more additive-related topics with our moderators and your peers in this interactive session. Feel welcome to share your ideas and experiences in working groups.
Enjoy an informal evening gathering with your peers to discuss the outcome of the first conference day and expand your network in a relaxed ambience.
What our past delegates experienced
“Very constructive atmosphere, good presentations, very good level of discussions and participants, speednetworking is a good idea and workshops a good alternative to presentations only.”