MM3D hybrid structure

MM3D hybrid structure

Smartly combining the three technological areas of additive manufacturing, fibre-composite structure production and abrasive/ forming metal processing results in the joint MM3D core competency of “Additive manufacturing for multi-material component structures intended for series production”.

CC Ost, the regional department of Carbon Composites e.V. (CCeV), has launched a project which will see eight Saxon universities join forces with scientists from the TU Dresden to develop innovative processes to combine fibre-composite technologies, 3D printing and metallic technologies. The “MM3D – Additive manufacturing of multi-material lightweight structures and tool systems” research project started in June 2017 and will be running until May 2020.

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