EIT Manufacturing’s role: EIT Manufacturing is responsible for dissemination of the project results as well as the work package on gender balance. EIT Manufacturing will play a significant role in spreading information about insights and results from the project, and to ensure that the project findings are useful for Europe’s manufacturing sector. This will include publishing the results through our website, increasing visibility through events and through learning paths on EIT Manufacturing platforms such as Skills.Move.
University West has more than 15 years of experience in additive manufacturing (AM). Its researchers have unique experience in solving automation issues for AM of advanced aero-engine materials using a robotised heat source for melting wire to build a pre-determined feature. Another enabler is that the SESAM project will be conducted in the research environment Production Technology West (PTW), which has extensive experience of running complex research projects in co-production with the industry.
Procada, is an SME specialised in automation and control solutions for L-DEDw. Founded on experience gained from working with the technology since 2006 in the aerospace industry, Procada and its team provide innovation and industrialisation of L-DEDw to customers.
ADAXIS is a French-Swedish robotics software startup developing software to make it effortless to turn industrial robotic arms into flexible 3D printers on demand. The company’s innovations are based on years of applied research into using industrial robotics for advanced manufacturing at RISE, Sweden and ESTIA, France. Its first product, AdaOne, was launched in early 2022 and supports 3D printing in metal, plastics, composites, and concrete.
Alfa Laval is a leading global provider of first-rate products in the areas of heat transfer, separation and fluid handling. With these as its base, Alfa Laval aims to help enhance the productivity and competitiveness of its customers in various industries throughout the world. We define their challenges and deliver sustainable products and solutions that meet their requirements – mainly in energy, the environment, food and the marine industry.
voestalpine Böhler Welding is a welding consumables and equipment manufacturing company. The firm is a leader in the welding industry with over 100 years of experience, more than 50 subsidiaries and more than 4,000 distribution partners around the world. Voestalpine Böhler Welding offers an extensive product portfolio and welding know-how combined with a global presence. Specifically for this project voestalpine Böhler Welding acts as provider of wire feedstock and the related expertise for its application in additive manufacturing.
The project is co-funded by Vinnova Sweden’s innovation agency.