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Aero + Space

The recently formed Aero+Space working group is working on efficient high-tech components in the aerospace industry. This working group will deal with various topics in the aviation and aerospace sector. CO2 reduction, weight saving, material requirements and space design are just the first ideas. Of course, we will also discuss questions such as, “How do we manage to print tools, spare parts or buildings in orbit from the source materials there?”

Digital Supply Chain

This working group is focusing on analyzing the AM Supply Chain and identifying optimization potential in order to derive general statements for similar components.
A first step was the mapping of the digital supply chain for additively manufactured products. Then they collected lots of use cases to evaluate common characteristics and properties for sorting additively manufactured parts.

Software

Quality-relevant data needs to be available at every step of the production process and interfaces for recording and monitoring it have to be created to provide relevant data on components.

This working group has realized that AM places different demands on digital systems than conventional production processes and is therefore concentrating on the following main topics:

RAILiability

This working group is a protected space for railway companies to share knowledge, to reach 100% availability of spare parts and rolling stock and to optimize supply chain costs.

Already this cooperation helps new players to accelerate much faster and has achieved that 3D printing requirements are integrated into the tender for new rail vehicles.

Ecological Sustainability

This includes topics like the carbon footprint, statements about energy consumption, waste reduction, the reuse of valuable materials and the recycling of unavoidable waste.

This working group is focusing on concrete facts and figures in order to correctly evaluate the ecological potential of Additive Manufacturing and show how green this technology is.

Education

This working groups main goal is to bring transparency into the training market and help potential users to get a better overview of training opportunities.

Materials

In additive manufacturing the range of materials is even greater than the number of different technologies. It is for this reason that in this working group we bundle our interests to better understand the market and to advance AM together.

Our mission: We want to drive the industrialization of AM and inspire new approaches for the topic of materials. To achieve this we use the potential of the network to identify customer needs and market trends. In Addition we provide technological expertise and guidelines within the network.

In the MATERIALS working group more than 60 different companies cooperate in the following six focus groups:

Approval in Rail

When MGA was founded, the regulatory approval of additively manufactured, safety-relevant components especially for rail traffic systems was identified as a priority topic. This working group focuses on the following topics, to advance the additive manufacturing of safety-relevant (spare-) parts:

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