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Driving up Reliability and Efficiency of Additive Manufacturing

From 2016-10-01 to 2019-09-30, ongoing project

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 3 242 435

EU contribution:

EUR 3 242 435

Coordinated in:

Italy

Call for proposal:

H2020-FOF-2016See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

RIA - Research and Innovation action

Objective

Related Information not available

Deliverables

  • Training plan

    Report on the different training approaches of the project: Schools, Staff Exchange, Cross-Fertilizations, Meetings, Lessons learnt.

  • PEDR - 2nd release

    dissemination of results. Dissemination key elements: i) the objectives of the dissemination (mission, vision), ii) the subjects of dissemination (what will be disseminated), iii) the target audience (to whom it will be disseminated), iv) the dissemination methods (how it will be disseminated), v) the distribution of responsibilities for dissemination (who will perform the dissemination) and rules for planning and performing dissemination activities. Exploitation key elements: i) Impact of the proposed solutions on industry ii) Commercial uptake iii) IPR foreground and background iv) exploitation plans of each partner and the consortium as a whole

  • Project presentation (Initial)

    Presentation of project main objectives and contents to address general audience

  • Project graphic identity (LOGO), leaflet and poster

    High resolution project logo with a reference to metal powders and additive manufacturing. Two page leaflets. Poster alighed with EC periodic conferences (i.e. Industrial Technology).

  • Project Handbook

    The Handbook provides the Partners with a concise reference to the project management structure, tasks, responsibilities and procedures at all levels of project execution. Additionally, this document comprises documentation and communication standards in order to enable quick and efficient communication within the project consortium.

  • PEDR - 1st release

    dissemination of results. Dissemination key elements: i) the objectives of the dissemination (mission, vision), ii) the subjects of dissemination (what will be disseminated), iii) the target audience (to whom it will be disseminated), iv) the dissemination methods (how it will be disseminated), v) the distribution of responsibilities for dissemination (who will perform the dissemination) and rules for planning and performing dissemination activities. Exploitation key elements: i) Impact of the proposed solutions on industry ii) Commercial uptake iii) IPR foreground and background iv) exploitation plans of each partner and the consortium as a whole

  • Goal and Scope LCA and end of life scenarios

    General and public introduction to the aim of LCA and end of life scenarios. A process/product preliminary environmental evaluation will be done.

  • Communication Kit – Second release

    The communication kit will include: Project Logo, Project Presentation in one sheet, Project Leaflet, Project Partner Presentations and Project gadgets.

  • Communication Kit - First release

    The communication kit will include: Project Logo, Project Presentation in one sheet, Project Leaflet, Project Partner Presentations and Project Gadgets.

  • Project Website

    The website will have a .EU domaim. The website will be organized in a Public and Private Area. The public area will have the following sections: introduction, main objectives, description of work, events, networking, downloads, Web 2.0 Social Media (Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter).

Publications

Coordinator

CONSORZIO INTERUNIVERSITARIO NAZIONALE PER LA SCIENZA E TECNOLOGIA DEI MATERIALI
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 705 625


Via Giusti 9
50121 FIRENZE
Italy
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Participants

EOS GMBH ELECTRO OPTICAL SYSTEMS
Germany

EU contribution: EUR 437 750


ROBERT STIRLING RING 1
82152 KRAILLING
Germany
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Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)

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UNIVERSITATEA TRANSILVANIA DIN BRASOV
Romania

EU contribution: EUR 436 475


BDUL EROILOR 29
500036 BRASOV
Romania
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BEWARRANT
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 324 400


AVENUE HENRI JASPAR 113
1060 BRUXELLES
Belgium
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MIND FOUR D SRL
Romania

EU contribution: EUR 198 970


STR NICOLAE TITULESCU 4
500010 BRASOV
Romania
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POLY-SHAPE
France

EU contribution: EUR 372 690


ROUTE DE VILLEPE ESPACE GREEN PARC
91280 SAINT-PIERRE-DU-PERRAY
France
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ADLER ORTHO FRANCE
France

EU contribution: EUR 337 970


ROUTE DE LA COTE D AZUR RUE DE LA BELLE DU CANET ARTEPARC BAT F LE CANET
13590 MEYREUIL
France
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R.B.- SRL
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 208 025


VIA LUIGI GAVIOLI 1
41037 MIRANDOLA
Italy
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FERRARI-SOCIETA' PER AZIONI ESERCIZIO FABBRICHE AUTOMOBILI E CORSE
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 220 530


VIA EMILIA EST 1163
41122 MODENA
Italy
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