AMable brought 70 cases to life, where innovators wanted to use additive manufacturing to realise their idea. Some of them started out with a concept, some of them faced challenges in printing and some looked at certification issues to bring their ideas into the market. Most of these cases were proposed by teams of two encompassing more than 170 entities involved in the development.
The success rate across all challenges, be it on plastics, metals, fluids, medicine or food is approaching 100% (some experiments are still ongoing). And this shows how much you can trust in the support of the AMable platform and the people behind it.
AMable as a platform offers support across a wide variety of materials, printing technologies and sectors. The support in the distinct service areas is provided on a per case basis, where AMable puts a team together that supports the actual case best. The people behind that support are experts from across Europe, sourced from the most renowned technology drivers.
Fraunhofer ILT, AIMEN Centro Technologico, Danish Technological Institute (DTI), European Welding Federation (EWF), Frederic Research Center (FRC), inspire, Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems & Automation (LMS), LORTEK, Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), Politecnico die Torino, sirris, SUPSI, TNO, TWI, VTT, Politechnika Wroclawska.