Approach for Integrating Three-Dimensional Conductive Paths in Additively Manufactured Parts. (3D Printing Europe 2015)

Mr Johannes Glasschröder, Assistant
Apr 29, 2015.


Europe 2015 Presentation - TUM*
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Presentation Summary

In this presentation, the authors demonstrate an approach to fabricate three-dimensional conductive paths during the powder-bed based binder jetting process. The test system was therefore extended by two mechanisms: a multi-material tool and an exhausting tool. Both mechanisms as well as their technical capabilities are presented.

Speaker Biography (Johannes Glasschröder)

Johannes Glasschröder studied mechanical engineering at the Technische Universität München and graduated in 2010. His focus lay on automotive engineering and production technologies. After his studies, he started his research in the field of additive manufacturing, where he worked on the project "3D Additive Manufacturing of Electrical and Electronic Applications", funded by the Federal Ministry for Economics and Technology (BMWi).

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The Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb) of Technische Universität München is one of the major production technology institutes in Germany and consists of two chairs of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Garching near Munich as well as a user centre in the area of production engineering in Augsburg. The two ordinariates, the Institute for Industrial Management and Assembly Technologies and the Institute for Machine Tools and Manufacturing Technology, define the focus of the research topics of the iwb. These are manufacturing processes, machine tools, handling, assembling and joining technology, control technology, robotics as well as industrial management, factory planning and logistics. The employees of the iwb dedicate themselves to those fields in their research, teaching, and industrial exchange
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