Enabling the Circular Economy with Additive Manufacturing
1 February 2023, 11.00-12.00 (CET)
Additive manufacturing is a powerful enabler of the circular economy, thanks to the contribution to the reduction of waste, the boost in reparations and re-manufacturing activities, as well as its impact on companies’ innovation and business models. The sector has the potential to provide multiple sustainability advantages by proposing a novel paradigm for design, manufacturing, and business models.
This webinar showcased best practice examples, which were part of the latest brochure on Additive Manufacturing.
Chairman of the CECIMO Additive Manufacturing Committee
Stewart Lane joined Renishaw plc in 2000 and has held a number of positions in the company, including General Manager of Renishaw’s UK and Ireland sales subsidiary and the Group’s Corporate Business Development Manager. He is currently the Sales Director of Renishaw’s French subsidiary based in Paris and is also a non-executive director of the UK’s Manufacturing Technology Association. Since 2018, Stewart has been Chairman of the Additive Manufacturing Committee at CECIMO.
CEO and co-founder, WAAM3D
Dr Filomeno Martina is the CEO of WAAM3D Ltd, a spin-out company of Cranfield University commercialising the Wire+Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) process. Prior to this, he was Senior Lecturer in Additive Manufacturing at the Welding Engineering and Laser Processing Centre, Cranfield University, where he was the course director of the first MSc on Metal Additive Manufacturing in Europe. He is the winner of the 2022 FAME Jr award, and has received further awards from BAE Systems (2010, 2018), Royal Aeronautical Society (2013), European Space Agency (2015), and The Welding Institute (2018).
Ion Martinez de Apellaniz
Technical Sales Manager, ADDILAN
Ion Martinez de Apellaniz completed his MSc in Biomechanical Design in TU Delft, always with an interest in the fields of Additive Manufacturing and sustainability. Before joining ADDILAN, he gained experience during his studies and internships mainly on FDM, SLM or SLA processes. His work at CONCR3DE for more than 2 years helped him deeply understand the 3D printing industry from the binder jetting perspective. At ADDILAN, the focus is on wide spreading the WAAM solution for a more efficient and sustainable technology.
Head of Marketing and Sales, Sintratec
Gabor Koppanyi, Head of Marketing and Sales at Sintratec, knows exactly what customers in additive manufacturing need and how to direct them to the right solutions. With his many years of experience at corporations such as ABB or Rieter, he has gained a deep understanding of various industries. Together with his team, Gabor has been successfully bringing the Sintratec 3D printing technology to the global market for six years, and in the process has established excellent business relationships with well-known companies all around the world, where the SLS process is used to produce prototypes, spare parts and end products.
CTO and Co-Founder, F3nice
Matteo received most of his education at the Politecnico di Milano, Italy, where he got the Ph.D. degree in Energy and Nuclear Science and Technology. Matteo has devoted his life in studying sustainable technologies and solutions, from low-CO2 energy harvesting methods to waste-free production processes (i.e., Additive Manufacturing).