Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing @formnext 2019

By Stephanie Aldrete

Formnext 2019,  November 19 – 22, Frankfurt am Main Siemens Booth: Hall 12.1, D81

Join Siemens at formnext 2019!   We will be showcasing our entire solutions portfolio for industrialized Additive Manufacturing.

With the Digital Enterprise Portfolio for Additive Manufacturing (AM), Siemens offers a holistic end-to-end solution to utilize a seamless value chain from function-driven design through manufacturing to value-add services. The industrial software and automation offerings also contain leading simulation software and CNC technology. The Digital Enterprise Portfolio enables the full utilization of Digital Twins that reflect the real world for machine user as well as for machine builder to ensure first-time-right printing. With design for AM, the validation and simulation of the virtual product and real Additive Manufacturing of structural elements, Siemens will show real AM use cases.

Booth Highlights:

Learn how you plan and simulate your own digital AM factory

Design your industrialized AM Factory

Experience how the Digital Enterprise Portfolio helps customers to design, optimize and run their AM factory of the future and take all process steps into account to achieve industrialized Additive Manufacturing. Our specialists can mastermind a complete digital factory environment for you to validate manufacturing scenarios based on the Digital Twin. 

Additive Manufacturing value chain

Siemens pursues a holistic approach with the concept of the Digital Enterprise Portfolio – from the point of view of machine builders and machine users alike.

Our seamless process chain exists for various industrial AM processes, so you can experience solutions for planar as well as complex, multi-axis AM technologies.

Additive Manufacturing: its disruptive impact on industrial production

Insights of Karsten Heuser on Siemens’ Additive Manufacturing portfolio and future trends.  Read the blog.

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