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.

SMART is a new EUREKA Cluster Program on Advanced Manufacturing. The Second SMART Call for Projects will open on September 10th 2018. Project ideas in the area of all advanced manufacturing technologies are welcome.

The project AMable calls for proposals that bring forward an innovative idea of functional products that needs additive manufacturing (AM) to become real.

Sirris opens new possibilities to additive manufacturing businesses by enabling them to test 3D printing of polyurethane.

Fewer machine parts means less assembly and less complexity, which increases precision and reduces the risk of errors. This can be achieved by switching to additive manufacturing and/or adopting a machine design that lends itself to this.

The final breakthrough of 3D printing is about to happen. That is why Agoria launches a new group on additive manufacturing, which it will present at the “Additive is addictive” event on 28 June. Sirris will also make a contribution.

On June 21, the CECIMO Additive Manufacturing Conference (AMEC) will take place at the European Parliament in Brussels. Sirris will also be contributing to the event and will moderate one of the sessions.

The start-up 4Senses has developed a smart multi-functional indoor garden, whose purpose is to keep aromatic plants at hand throughout the year. Sirris, following the 3D printing of a first concept, has provided guidance and technical advice.

To ensure the quality of parts produced by additive manufacturing, it is necessary to have quality powders at reception, during storage and in production. Sirris can help you characterise them.