First RepAIR workshop – 28/11/2014
„RepAIR – Additive Manufacturing for Future Repair and Maintenance in the Aviation Industry”
The RepAIR team will be represented during the whole Euromold fair at the DMRC booth in hall 11, stand C90.
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, you are kindly invited to explore a first version of our high batch repair solution at the booth of SLM Solution.
|10.00||The RepAIR approach||Rainer Koch, University of Paderborn, C.I.K./DMRC|
|10:20||Future use of AM in aircraft MRO||Gereon Deppe, University of Paderborn, C.I.K./DMRC|
|10:40||Software as an enabler for integration||Juan José Martí Ogayar, O’Gayar Co.|
|11.00||Condition monitoring and part lifetime prediction||Adrian Cubillo, Cranfield University, IVHM Centre|
|11:30||Make or buy? Economics based decision support||Christian Lindemann, University of Paderborn, C.I.K./DMRC|
|12.00||Integrated RepAIR technology for complex individual parts||Alfred Schapansky, AVANTYS engineering|
|12:30||High batch RepAIR using Selective Laser Melting||Dieter Schwarze, SLM Solutions|
|14.00||AM: Key Enabling Technology as part of the supply chain||Jeppe Skinnerup Byskov, Danish Technological Institute|
|14.30||The final milestone: Certification||Luis Portolés Griñán, AIMME|
|15.00||Outlook and closing|
Friday, 28. November 2014 10:00 – 15:00 o’clock; free of charge
Forum: „Additive Fertigung und Werkzeugbau“ Halle 8.0 J 161
Moderation: Dr.-Ing. Jens Pottebaum, Universität Paderborn, C.I.K./DMRC
The complete conference programme at Euromold is available here: Euromold Conference Programme (1st RepAIR workshop on page 44).
Second RepAIR workshop
The second workshop will be organised at a later stage of the project. Most likely it will be collocated with a large public event in the Aviation Research & Development community.