The German SAP user group, an influencial community within the SAP customer base, is conducting its annual conference DSAG 2016. From the 20th to 22nd of September, a broad variety of topics is discussed in a conference programme and an exhibition. Atos presents the RepAIR project as part of its DSAG booth, contributing outcomes of the RepAIR project after finalization of research activities in May 2016. Amongst core topics of the project, predictive maintenance and holistic end to end solutions taking into account specific Additive Manufacturing characteristics are most relevant for the DSAG community.
The Final Report of the RepAIR project is now online and available as D1.2 in the Deliverable section. Main content of the Final report are the “Project context and main objectives”, “Main Scientific and Technological results/foregrounds” as well as “Potential impact, main dissemination activities and exploitation results”. If you are interested in further information do not hesitate to contact us.
Dear Sir or Madam,
the RepAIR consortium would like to invite you to the 2nd public RepAIR workshop at Paderborn University (Germany) on February 23rd 2016.
“RepAIR” is a European FP7 funded project which performs research on future repair and maintenance for the Aerospace industry applying Additive Manufacturing.
The workshop will be structured along a storyline from part lifetime prediction and failure estimation, decision support for MRO, the actual AM technologies to overarching topics like certification. We will present an overview of current results of all work packages. As a core element of the RepAIR approach, we would like to present our high batch repair solution by SLM Solution in a Technology Demonstration during the day! The participation is free – we kindly ask you to sign up for the event at Eventbrite:
We look forward to welcoming you in Paderborn! Please feel free to contact us in case of any question.
Jens Pottebaum, Eric Klemp and Rainer Koch
The UPB team is currently investigating the use of different data management approaches and data formats in the area of Additive Manufacturing. The survey is a tool to analyse the actual usage of various data formats in different stages of the product creation process using Additive Manufacturing in industries. Another important issue is the potential of new standard data formats in Additive Manufacturing.
Please take five to ten minutes to answer the following questions until Nov 29, 2015:
In case of questions or remarks you will find contact details included in the survey pages. We are grateful for your response, thanks a lot in advance!
On February 23th the second RepAIR workshop will be run in Paderborn. More detailed information will be released soon on this website. If you dont want to miss information about the workshop or RepAIR please follow us on our Twitter account.
RepAIR will attend at Aerodays 2015. Come join us in session 6F on Oct 22 and stand 5-15 in the exhibition. For more information about the event please visit Aerodays 2015 website.
On October 1st and 2nd the 5th International Conference „Production Engineering and Management“ took place in Trieste, Italy. Gereon Deppe presented insights of the RepAIR project with a focus on the topology optimization of an aerospace part and the achievable life time benefits through the application of Additive Manufacturing. The talk led to a discussion of the future development of the manufacturing technology in aerospace and how benefits can be quantified. New contacts to the “Universitá Degli Studi Di Bergamo” have been made to foster an exchange of research contents.
The RepAIR project reviewed its progress after two years of collaboration during a regular plenary meeting in Paderborn. From the 29th of June to the 1st of July all consortium members came to Paderborn to discuss achievements and prepare for the final project year. The meeting was mainly focused on the technological core of RepAIR: Updates of the Selective Laser Melting (SLM) based high-batch repair process and a 5-axis Direct Metal Deposition (DMD) demonstrator representing significant advances in software integration and automation. The consortium will present these outcomes – integrated into the entire Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) chain – during various events in autumn 2016.
This year’s Rapid.tech and FabCon took place in Erfurt the 10th and 11th of June. University of Paderborn represented RepAIR at the DMRC exhibition stand. Besides, SLM gave some insides about work package 5 during a presentation: “High Batch Repair of Aerospace Components using Selective Laser Melting”.
If you got curious, check the Description Of Work for further information, how WP5 is embedded in the RepAIR project.
In order to stay up-to-date about the work package you can also have a look on the latest Deliverables.