The project aims at further develop and validate a fully integrated design optimization process for additive manufactured components taking into account both product requirements and manufacturing process requirements and limitations especially for products using surface based networks as a design element. The project will also build knowledge on properties of networks, e.g. stiffness, strength, and how to integrate these into topology optimized structures. Further, the project will also build knowledge on the function of networks as support structure during the build. This to minimize the need for post build processing.
Vinnovas dnr: 2019-00779
The overall goal of DiSAM is to create a unique test AM Hub in Sweden for metal and polymer based additive manufacturing processes.
The project's main goal is to develop a design and manufacturing methodology, for resource efficient additive manufacturing of components in the automotive industry.
The goal is to demonstrate the additive manufacturing of micrometer/millimeter wave components.
TriBlade is a new ground-breaking technology for rotor blades in wind turbines, which have the potential to affect the entire wind power market. The technology has been developed by Winfoor in collaboration with Lund University and is based on each rotor blade designed as a truss.
This project intends to design and develop a new test methodology for evaluation of power flowability in powder bed fusion (PBF) systems. The test apparatus will simulate powder flow in PBF machines and can be used for optimizing the powder layering behavior for potential utilization of alternative powder qualities. Additionally, this equipment creates opportunities for both powder producers and AM part manufacturers to minimize powder waste and maximize material utilization.
IDAG aim to identify gaps and propose actions for the digital infrastructure necessary to industrialize additive manufacturing technologies. Actors from a new type of value chain of manufacturing companies – from powder to product – collaborate with digital solution providers and researchers to understand the needs and articulate the necessary actions through analysis of industrial cases. The target is to deliver a description in the form of a roadmap for how these actions can be developed and provided in order to ensure flexible and scalable digital platforms for additive manufacturing value chains.
DiLAM strengthens the competitiveness of the Swedish manufacturing industry by aligning the digital and physical supply chains for additive manufacturing of large parts.
The project aims to test the idea of an effective circulation system for material waste from additive manufacturing. Our goal is to map the prerequisites for closer collaboration between material suppliers and additive manufacturers, including new business models, partnerships and logistics solutions.
The aim of the project is to demonstrate utilization of additive manufacturing for copper-based products and process solutions and faster adaption
Reduced lead times and improved performance for tooling through innovative manufacturing and assembly strategies as well as optimised design enabled by use of additive manufacturing (AM).