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 Planning of the event
 15h – 16h30
 SIRRIS Introduction Thierry Dormal
 Jtekt Jean-Louis Dam
 Safran Aero Boosters O...
T-ADD service portfolio
7/06/2016
Thierry Dormal
Program Manager T-ADD
SIRRIS
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1990 – 2015
Rapid Prototyping
Rapid Tooling
Additive Manufacturing
3D Printing
Direct Manufacturing
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Prototypes  Direct Part Production
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1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 20...
Evolution of AM
• From prototype to real part production
• From time reduction to higher product performance
• From plasti...
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1990
• One of the first stereolithography machine in EU (3DSystems)
1994
• One of the first FDM machine in EU (Stratasys...
Sirris | 25 years of Additive Manufacturing
Most complete
installed base in
EU
Metals
Polymers
Ceramics
More than 10
addit...
9.06.16© sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 8
1. Material extrusion: the material is selectively dispensed through ...
ICT&
Design
tools
Process
Leading-edge
Applications
/ Components
Materials Post-
Process
© sirris | www.sirris.be | info@s...
VIS – Design for AM
FEDER – Iawatha Riatas
ICT&
Design
tools
Process
Leading-edge
Applications
/ Components
ESA - AM Nano ...
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T-ADD 2015 - industrial activity
- 500 industrial projects
- 150 companies
- > 25 new companies / year discovering AM
-...
AM transfer
• Scan opportunities
• Cases 1on1
• Educate
• Qualification
AM integration
• Chain automation
• Chain
demonstr...
13
• AM oriented design based on specific AM rules
• Prototypes for development and then real direct AM production
• No wa...
14
Test bench for anti-ice system
• Trials and validation of the anti-ice process in flight condition
• 46 parts & 112 sen...
9.06.16 15© sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be |
Safran Aero Boosters
Challenge
• Positioning in additive manufacturi...
16
Smart drilling machine for
aerospace applications
•Technical reasons to use AM
Mechanical properties of Titanium
Design...
Intervertebral cages with bioceramic material
17
• Material formulation : HA/TCP (Bone substitute)
• Process development: ...
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Date : 14-07-
15
Validation of LBM with Titanium material for space parts
• Feasibility – Aerospace Qualification – Tra...
Sirris 2016 – Service offering
 Explore the potential of AM
- Feasibility study, benchmarking,
- New applications and opp...
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Thierry Dormal Program Manager T-ADD
Thank you That’s it for now…
Any questions ?
 Planning of the event
 15h – 16h30
 SIRRIS Introduction Thierry Dormal
 Jtekt Jean-Louis Dam Managing Director Jtekt ...
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2016 06-07-flexible-and-efficient-production-with-am-sirris-intro

  1. 1.  Planning of the event  15h – 16h30  SIRRIS Introduction Thierry Dormal  Jtekt Jean-Louis Dam  Safran Aero Boosters Olivier Devriendt  Höganas Olof Andersson  SIRRIS AM trends Benjamin Denayer  16h30 – 18h00  Tour and discussion with experts (10 tables)  17h30  Drink Soon…  email with the link to upload the PDF files 1
  2. 2. T-ADD service portfolio 7/06/2016 Thierry Dormal Program Manager T-ADD SIRRIS
  3. 3. 3 1990 – 2015 Rapid Prototyping Rapid Tooling Additive Manufacturing 3D Printing Direct Manufacturing
  4. 4. 4 Prototypes  Direct Part Production 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Product and services revenues from AM Direct part production Direct Part Production 2010: 20 % 2015: 51 % Compiled from Wohlers Associates data M$
  5. 5. Evolution of AM • From prototype to real part production • From time reduction to higher product performance • From plastic to high performance alloys • From shapes to consistent qualified parts • From 3D Printing to an integrated production process
  6. 6. 6 1990 • One of the first stereolithography machine in EU (3DSystems) 1994 • One of the first FDM machine in EU (Stratasys) • EU projects based on Rapid Tooling & SLA moulds 1996 • SLS : PA Sintering (EOS) • DMLS: the first direct metal solution (with metal binder) 2000 • Technological breakthrough: Optoform and Prometal 2008 • LBM EBM and Laser cladding – Ti Alu Steel Inconel • Bi-materials and composite technology (Connex 500) • Bio-ceramic applications 2015 - 2020 • New strategy towards AM transfer & AM integration SIRRIS T-ADD - A bit of history Rapid Prototyping Rapid Tooling Rapid Manufacturing Additive Manufacturing
  7. 7. Sirris | 25 years of Additive Manufacturing Most complete installed base in EU Metals Polymers Ceramics More than 10 additive technologies in house Team of 20 independent experts © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 7
  8. 8. 9.06.16© sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 8 1. Material extrusion: the material is selectively dispensed through a nozzle or orifice. 2. Material jetting: droplets of build material are selectively deposited. 3. Binder jetting: a liquid bonding agent is selectively deposited to join powder materials. 4. Sheet lamination: sheets of material are bonded to form an object. 5. Vat photopolymerization: a liquid photopolymer in a vat is selectively cured by light- activated polymerization. 6. Powder bed fusion: thermal energy selectively fuses regions of a powder bed. 7. Directed energy deposition: focused thermal energy is used to fuse materials by melting as the material is being deposited 4 selected processes in the ASTM/ISO list
  9. 9. ICT& Design tools Process Leading-edge Applications / Components Materials Post- Process © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 9 Sirris T-ADD projects Process Leading-edge Applications / Components Materials Post- Process Certification Validation Company stimulation
  10. 10. VIS – Design for AM FEDER – Iawatha Riatas ICT& Design tools Process Leading-edge Applications / Components ESA - AM Nano satellites ESA - AGHP ESA - Siam Materials Post- Process Any-Shape 4.0 © sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 10 Sirris T-ADD projects Process Leading-edge Applications / Components Materials Post- Process FEDER – TipTopLam FEDER – Iawatha Exiatas ESA Scamp Cornet TCAM Skywin Aero+ Skywin FASAMA Skywin 3SA Skywin INHex Skywin FasOPT Skywin AMassy GreenoMat - Recylclad Marshall ThermAM EraNet - Ceracell RW Collective - QUALAM First - OSAM InterReg PolyValves CORNET Opp3D Biowin Bioptos Certification Validation Company stimulation GT AVATAR Vanguard InterReg NWE VITAMIN Cwality EasyAM (GeonX) Antenne Norme Prénormatif POWDERAM
  11. 11. 11 T-ADD 2015 - industrial activity - 500 industrial projects - 150 companies - > 25 new companies / year discovering AM - Growing demand in - Performance (materials & processes) - AM Design of new products or services based on AM - Technology transfer for specific technology and materials - Qualification (technology, materials & products) - Post-processing (surface quality, accuracy,…) - AM integration (internal needs or service providers)
  12. 12. AM transfer • Scan opportunities • Cases 1on1 • Educate • Qualification AM integration • Chain automation • Chain demonstration • Chain integration Efforts 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 AM Integration AM Transfert AM Demo AM demo • Sensibilization • Demonstration • Benchmarking TRL 7-9 TRL 6-9 TRL 4-9 Sirris ADD : Effort evolution 2015 - 2020 TRL 4-8Digipreneurship
  13. 13. 13 • AM oriented design based on specific AM rules • Prototypes for development and then real direct AM production • No way to go back to conventional way of working for series production • Lattice Structures, topology optimization and components reduction • After 3 years: 80 % components of the helicopter are produced by AM Flying Cam
  14. 14. 14 Test bench for anti-ice system • Trials and validation of the anti-ice process in flight condition • 46 parts & 112 sensors AM benefits: • Hollow components with cables and sensors • Flexible & functional • Much faster to build • No 2D drawings required Safran Aero Boosters
  15. 15. 9.06.16 15© sirris | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | Safran Aero Boosters Challenge • Positioning in additive manufacturing Sirris contribution • Support for technology selection • Technology transfer (process, powder handling) • Understanding of pros & cons of metal AM • Case studies with real parts Business impact • AM Integration in the company with a long term development plan
  16. 16. 16 Smart drilling machine for aerospace applications •Technical reasons to use AM Mechanical properties of Titanium Designed for weight optimization Integration of functions Vibration reduction • New company (integrated in BMT Aerospace) created for one single product. AMT Titastar
  17. 17. Intervertebral cages with bioceramic material 17 • Material formulation : HA/TCP (Bone substitute) • Process development: paste polymerization • 0.1mm tolerance / Fully controlled porosity • ISO13485 compliance • >10.000 parts / year in 2012 2013 2014 • New company created by Kasios in Gilly for production + Cerhum Intervertebral bone replacement (HA/TCP) Kasios
  18. 18. 18 Date : 14-07- 15 Validation of LBM with Titanium material for space parts • Feasibility – Aerospace Qualification – Traceability • Integration in the building process • Set up of a certification methodology • Topology Optimization • 5 axis Post milling on AM parts for surface quality and high local accuracy 153 x 144 x 50mm Vol = 56cm³ Propriété Thalès Alenia Space Fabrication: Sirris Propriété Thalès Alenia Space Fabrication: Sirris Thales Alenia Space
  19. 19. Sirris 2016 – Service offering  Explore the potential of AM - Feasibility study, benchmarking, - New applications and opportunities, new business models,…  Design for AM - Design rules for each AM technology, - Weight reduction, process simulation, - Topology optimization, lattice structures, channels,…  Optimize, implement & transfer AM Technologies for production - Enhance the use of AM technologies, materials, powder handling, post processing - Enhance process reliability and repeatability with certification procedures - AM integration and automation of the full chain  Reduction of repetitive projects with low added value >> transfer to Service Providers, creation of new start-up 19
  20. 20. 20 Thierry Dormal Program Manager T-ADD Thank you That’s it for now… Any questions ?
  21. 21.  Planning of the event  15h – 16h30  SIRRIS Introduction Thierry Dormal  Jtekt Jean-Louis Dam Managing Director Jtekt Torsen Europe  Safran Aero Boosters Olivier Devriendt Projects & Incubation, Dept Innovation  Höganas Olof Andersson Manager Biz Dev High Alloy powders  SIRRIS AM trends Benjamin Denayer Senior Biz Developer  16h30 – 18h00  Tour and discussion (10 tables)  17h30  Drink 21
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  23. 23. 20/12/2007© sirris 2007 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | 23

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