M3D Final Project Presentation

The M3D project initiated by the 3IT will end in November. To mark this occasion, the 3IT will host an event where the results of this project will be presented to the public.

M3D is a collaborative project of six partners from industry and academia, which is supported by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi). Its objective is to analyze the huge potential of the latest developments in mobile 3D capturing and 3D printing for industrial applications. These new technologies will then be utilized for the identification and printing of spare parts in the automotive and railway sectors. During the course of the project, an entire process chain was developed for capturing, processing, 3D modelling, searching in databases and 3D printing of spare parts.

The project results will be demonstrated in a workshop at the 3IT on 29 November. The workshop will consist of seven presentations providing an overview over the main research activities and the achieved results, including an exhibition of five demonstrators developed by the project partners. In addition, possibilities for the applicability of the project results will be reviewed in a round table discussion. The workshop will end with a get-together.

Please note that the event will be given in German language.

Thursday, 29 November 2018

Salzufer 6
Entrance Otto-Dibelius-Strasse
10587 Berlin

Please note: Due to the fact that the event will be in German language, also the agenda is in German. 


09:00      Registrierung

09:30      Begrüßung und Einführung in den Tagesablauf – Dr. Ralf Schäfer, Fraunhofer HHI

09:40      Grußwort des BMWi – Dr. Klaus Glasmacher, BMWi

09:50      M3D-Überblick – Dr. Ralf Schäfer, Fraunhofer HHI

10:00      Mobiles System zur Aufnahme und Rekonstruktion von Bauteilen – Eric Wisotzky, Fraunhofer HHI

10:25      Hardware-beschleunigtes Cloud-Computing für die Bauteile-Identifikation – Christian Unger, CPU 24/7

10:50      Bauteile vor Ort mit manuellen Scanmethoden schnell identifizieren – Dr. Stefan Kluckner, Siemens

11:20      Kaffeepause

11:40      Scan-Roboter für die Digitalisierung von Bauteilen – Reimar Tausch, Fraunhofer IGD

12:05      Reparatur von 3D-Modellen – Philipp Herholz, TU-Berlin

12:30      Bauteile auf Basis von CAD- und Rekonstruktionsdaten für die additive Fertigung effizient simulativ prüfen – Tim Grasser, Fraunhofer IGD

12:55      Mittagspause

14:10      Beschädigte Bauteile auf Basis präziser (teil-)automatisierter Scanmethoden rekonstruieren – Thomas Lück, cirp

14:40      Kurzpräsentation der M3D-Demonstratoren – Dr. Andreas Hutter, Siemens

15:00      Demonstratorvorführungen in Gruppen

16:30      Podiumsdiskussion: Wie findet M3D den Weg in die Verwertung? – Prof. Marc Alexa, TU-BerlinMichael Bitsch, Siemens; Dr. Henning Gutzmann, Meyle; Thomas Lück, cirp; Christian Unger, CPU 24/7

17:00      Get-together

18:30      Ende der Veranstaltung

Salzufer 6
Entrance Otto-Dibelius-Strasse
10587 Berlin