AM Science Corner

Additive manufacturing is not standing still. Find out about interesting research results in the AM industry at our AM Science Corner and enter into direct dialogue with researchers on 14 May 2024 in Hall 2.


Be there at stand 2-625 in hall 2: 14 May from 18:00.

With its combination of specialist congress and exhibition, Rapid.Tech 3D has always been an established meeting place for additive manufacturing. 

You will find the scientific posters from this year's Rapid.Tech 3D in Hall 2 at Stand 2-625.

Because in additive manufacturing, research and practice work hand in hand to constantly achieve new milestones. The new poster exhibition picks up on this approach and offers a further overview of interesting developments in the AM sector.



Still have questions? Then come to the AM Science Corner at Rapid.Tech 3D on 14 May 2024 from 18:00 and discuss directly with the exhibiting researchers at the same time as the relaxed networking event at the end of the first day of the trade fair.

This is a great opportunity to discuss current research topics in the field of additive manufacturing over a cool drink and a light snack.

You will find the following posters in the exhibition:

Investigation of additively manufactured lost cores for the production of hollow bodies by silicone casting


Additive manufacturing of lattice electrodes for electrocatalyst discovery

Robert Ortmann (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)

Sintering of 3D-Printed Aluminum Specimens from the Slurry-Based Binder Jetting Process

Jan Angenooth (Fraunhofer IGCV)

Product- and Process-related influencing Factors for Computer- Vision based Tracing in Additive Manufacturing

Jan Marvin Schäfer (RWTH Aachen)

Enhancing Dimensional Accuracy in Laser Powder Bed Fusion by Scaling Factor Optimization and 3D Scanner Capability Analysis

Stefan Brenner (Universität der Bundeswehr München)

Investigation of the vector length as an influencing variable on the chemical composition in powder bed-based fusion of metals using a laser beam

Nele Kretzer (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)

Knowing the spectral directional emissivity of 316L and AlSi10Mg PBF-LB/M surfaces – gamechanger for quantitative in-situ monitoring

Tina Becker (Bundesanstalt Für Materialforschung und -prüfung)

Investigation of strategies to prevent crack formation in the hybrid-additive manufacturing process of tool components using laser metal deposition

Eike Tim Koopmann (Mercedes-Benz AG)

3D-Printing on medical textiles – Investigation of adhesion and interpenetration of extruded polymers on knitted PET fabric substrate

Marius Meyer (University Duisburg-Essen)

Investigation of additively manufactured lattice structures for refractive optical systems based on auxetic properties

Johannes Frasch (Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering IOF)

Influence of Wax Addition on Feedstock Processing Behavior for Metal Fused Filament Fabrication

Thomas Forstner (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg)