Sirris meets with industrial partners to assess, free of charge, their needs and their innovation strategy via additive manufacturing.

After its success on the first edition for innovative ideas in additively manufactured products, the AMable project provides its services for SMEs and mid-caps within the European Union and launches a new call for experiments.

Signify is one of the last manufacturers of high-intensity discharge lamps, powerful lamps that are used, for example, in football stadiums or as a floodlight for buildings. To this end, it has its own production facilities, in which additive manufacturing plays an increasingly important role in the production of spare parts.

In the context of the ENABLE project Sirris will provide a platform to develop and understand the thermo-physical behaviour of the materials observed during selective laser melting.

At the Advanced Engineering trade event that will take place on 22 and 23 May, Sirris will organise its own lecture programme, presenting four different presentations on different topics within our fields of expertise, under the title ‘Future-proved products are light, smart and micro, to be achieved with advanced engineering methods’.

Sirris is attending the Hannover Messe early April. Wallonium, a demonstrator that offers a condensed presentation of several Wallonian partners' know-how, will be exhibited.

Additive Manufacturing (AM) will disrupt the manufacturing industry in the next decade. Therefore Agoria, PwC and Sirris are joining forces to create new insights about the present state of AM in the Belgian industry, its potential and the barriers for its mass uptake. Participate to our survey!

Additive manufacturing in combination with existing (coating) technologies provides better and more feasible applications than AM alone. This is the conclusion reached by Sirris and the Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Polymerforschung (IAP) during a joint research project on technical coatings for additive manufacturing. The results are promising.

Additive manufacturing brings the manufacture of individualised products within reach. As the technology advances, people are increasingly looking for ways to integrate it into manufacturing processes. That is why the AM Integrated Factory Conference is being held, on 4 December, with Sirris as a content partner in the programme.

Sirris is actively involved in the organisation of the '4th Additive Manufacturing and Metallurgical Industry Symposium' which will take place on 25 October 2018 in Charleville-Mezière, France.