ceramitec 2022 to Light the Fuse of Innovation
From 21 to 24 June 2022, ceramitec at Messe München/DE will be offering the ceramics industry a top-class supporting program: three days and as many as two forums full of specialist presentations, panel discussions and exhibitor presentations in roughly 30 slots – plus a “Career Day”.
“The Conference Program reflects the international ingenuity of the ceramics industry. Many of the technologies, processes and materials being presented in numerous new areas of application will help us with the greatest task of our time, the management of climate change,” said Dr Robert Schönberger, ceramitec Exhibition Director, emphasizing the importance of the trade fair.
Knowing what has a future
From experimental approaches to industry standards, the Conference Program will demonstrate where and how 3D printing can be implemented and create profit. Topics in the spotlight: the right mix for high-performance components, efficient use of materials and energy, industrialization through series production and 3D printing in areas such as analytics, energy generation and mobility.
Heavy clay ceramics in a race against time
For the heavy clay ceramics industry, nearly half of the sessions will deal with the challenges of the roadmap to climate neutrality by 2050 as well as topics such as decarbonization. Other sessions will show how markets are developing and what state-of-the-art in science and application looks like.
Also part of the program: the production of 3D parts from metal powder, from binders for perfect density and digital twins to simulate how operation and maintenance can be simplified in Additive Manufacturing to new approaches for how materials can be better processed in beam-based 3D printing.
Designed for young professionals, it will provide information about study options, career paths and employer expectations. Highlight: one-on-one match making at tables in the middle of a small employer exhibition.
Exhibitors from all over the world
From the Forum in Hall C1, you don’t have to go far to find innovative Additive Manufacturing companies. Highlights include: Rauschert/DE, Lithoz/AT, Alumina Systems/DE, Voxeljet/DE, 3DCERAM Sinto/FR, Robert Bosch GmbH/DE and WZR/DE. Industry heavyweights such as Lingl Anlagenbau GmbH/DE, Bongioanni Macchine/IT and Metalcertima/PT as well as many smaller producers and plant constructors for heavy clay ceramics will be present around the Forum in Hall C3.
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