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The German Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

Hall 12.1, booth F41

THE GERMAN CAPITAL REGION

more value for your investment


IAM @ German Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

INFORMATION ..................................................................................... i

NETWORKING AREA ........................................................................... N

Bach Resistor Ceramics GmbH ......................................................... 6

Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie GmbH ..................... i

CerAMing GmbH .................................................................................. 12

Fraunhofer IPK ................................................................................... 2

Gefertec GmbH .................................................................................... 1

Hope Printer ......................................................................................... 13

Institut für Produktionsmanagement (IPM AG) ................................ 14

Mobility goes Additive e.V. ............................................................... 5

nFrontier GmbH ................................................................................... 15

NANOVAL GmbH & Co. KG ................................................................ 8

Orion Additive Manufacturing GmbH............................................... 4

Siemens AG / AM Design Lab ............................................................ 3

trinckle 3D GmbH .............................................................................. 7

Tutolino ................................................................................................ 10

TU Berlin, 3D LAB ............................................................................... 11

TU Berlin, Fachbereich für Keramische Werkzeuge ....................... 9


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Bach Resistor Ceramics GmbH

BACH RC is a dynamic family business

with tradition. Thanks to our own

patented technology, our innovative

ceramic heating elements are outstanding

in their high power density

and durability.

Our team of highly skilled, specialized

staff all work together with the same

objective: „Generating the heat where

it is needed.“

We are focused on the development

of innovative solutions for every

requirement. Our more than 900 customers

in Europe, North America, and

Asia are local contractors as well as

globally operating corporations.

BACH RC supplies manufacturers

of semiconductor processing

systems, machine building industries,

automobile manufacturers

as well as research institutes and

universities.

Bach Resistor Ceramics GmbH

Buchenweg 2

16356 Werneuchen, Germany

Jan Paul Bach

fon: +49 33398 6965901

info@bachrc.de

www.bachrc.de


Berlin Partner für Wirtschaft und Technologie GmbH

The German capital has developed into

a highly attractive location for the development

of additive manufacturing

technologies. Today, companies and

scientific institutions in Berlin represent

the entire value chain of additive manufacturing.

As an important interface

between the digital economy and manufacturing

industry, the sector greatly

benefits from the dynamic Berlin startup

scene. Berlin’s outstanding scientific

landscape makes important contributions

to technology development:

- digital 3D modeling, material and

production processes research at the

Technische Universität of Berlin

- additive manufacturing in space as

well as quality control and safety at

the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung

und -prüfung (BAM)

- metalworking processes and the development

of manufacturing solutions

for AM at the Fraunhofer IPK and

- research on additive manufacturing

processes with granulate feeding and

SLA at the Berliner Hochschule für

Technik (BHT).

The Industrial Additive Manufacturing

Hub Berlin (IAM Hub) brings together

industrial companies, startups and

research institutions at the newly

created Marienpark site to exchange

know-how in additive manufacturing

and develop joint projects.

Fasanenstr. 85

10623 Berlin, Germany

David Hampel

fon: +49 30 46302 500

info@berlin-partner.de

www.berlin-partner.de


CerAMing GmbH

CerAMing GmbH is a Berlin based spin-off

from the Federal Institute for Materials Research

and Testing (BAM). Our Binder Jetting

like-process was purely developed for

ceramics and not adapted. Our process

offers the following advantages compared

to other 3D printing processes:

• Large components (> 1 cm wall thickness)

with good surface quality

• Firing (to obtain the fi nal dense ceramic

parts) is reduced by up to 80 %

• Up to 75 % reduction in carbon dioxide

emissions during fi ring

• Huge potential material portfolio: E.g.

printing of silicon carbide (SiC) parts

(see below)

• Overhangs of the designed object do

not need support structures

• Multiple objects can be printed

simultaneously

Silicon carbide green bodies produced

by CerAMing GmbH

CerAMing

Final alumina parts produced by

GmbH

Firing curve of an alumina part

General design guidelines

with a wall thickness of 1 cm

Making Binder Jetting really work for advanced technical ceramics!

Altensteinstraße 40

14195 Berlin, Germany

Sebastian Walzel

fon: +49 176 21502845

sebastian.walzel@ceraming.de

Boris Agea Blanco

fon: +49 162 81311971

boris.agea@ceraming.de


Fraunhofer- Institut für Produktionsanlagen

und Konstruktionstechnik IPK

The Fraunhofer Institute for For us, additive manufacturing is a

Production Systems and Design decisive component for solving

Technology IPK in Berlin conducts current challenges in production.

applied research and development

across the whole process spectrum

of manufacturing industry.

By simulating welding processes

as well as distortion and residual

stresses, we support the rapid

introduction of economical, energyefficient

processes in industries.

Our strength is our broad manufacturing

know-how. We combine

classical production methods with

additive processes in a targeted

manner.

Pascalstraße 8-9

10587 Berlin, Germany

Dr.-Ing. Max Biegler

fon: +49 30 39006 0

max.biegler@ipk.fraunhofer.de

www.ipk.fraunhofer.de


Gefertec GmbH

GEFERTEC offers comprehensive

production system for 3D printing

of large metal component l by Wire-

Arc-Additive-Manufacturing (WAAM).

Therefore the traditional gas metal

arc welding is combined with specific

WAAM process expertise, a robust

machine system, integrative CAM

software and process-related quality

assurance. The process robustness,

its very high build rates (up to 5kg/h),

low investment costs and economic

and easing to handle wire as a feedstock

make the technology interesting

for various applications in Oil&Gas,

Energy, Heavy Equipment, Transportation

and other industries. Besides

production systems GEFERTEC

offers end-to-end development of

customer applications in WAAM and

prototype production at the Berlin

based Application Center.

Schwarze-Pumpe-Weg 16

12681 Berlin, Germany

Rebekka Jurtz

fon: +49 30 912074 360

info@gefertec.de

www.gefertec.de


Hope Printer

HOPE PRINTER

Am Mühlenberg 11

14476 Potsdam, Germany

Manquel Tejeda

fon: +49 176 62894178

Tejeda. Manquel@hotmail.com


Institut für Produktionsmanagement (IPM AG)

The Additive Manufacturing Forum

Berlin has developed into one of

the most important professional

3D printing conferences in Europe

with over 850 participants in a very

short time. With keynotes, practiceoriented

lectures as well as workshops

and discussion rounds, the

event offers a high level of specialist

knowledge that is already being

applied in practice. The event and

all participants have a common

goal: the cross-sector exchange of

knowledge with experts and users

at eye level. 100 exhibitors present

themselves in the accompanying

exhibition.

Schiffgraben 42

30175 Hannover, Germany

Barbara Weingarten

fon: +49 511 47314790

fax: +49 511 47314791

info@ipm.ag

www.ipm.ag


Mobility goes Additive e.V.

Mobility goes Additive is the

leading international network for

Industrial Additive Manufacturing.

With a user-driven focus,

MGA unites over 130 players

from all areas of the market to

jointly boost AM. Our community

consists of users, R&D institutes,

consultancies, machine as well

as material manufacturers, AM

service providers and software

providers and cooperates with

several other national and global

AM networks. Our members work

together in different medical and

mobility working groups, lowering

hurdles, identifying use cases,

setting a political framework and

jointly developing standards and

materials.

Im Marienpark 22

12107 Berlin, Germany

Berit Thal

fon: +49 30 757 66111

fax: +49 30 757 66113

info@mga-net.com

www.mga-net.com


nFrontier GmbH

We stand today on the edge of

a New Frontier — the frontier of

the 2020s, the frontier of climate

change, the frontier of the second

machine age, the frontier of a

[post] pandemic world… Beyond

that frontier are uncharted areas

of unique opportunity and hope

for a better tomorrow enabled by

impact driven products, business

models and ventures…

Kiefholzstraße 3

12435 Berlin, Germany

Dr. Stephan Beyer

fon: +49 173 6120280

beyer@nfrontier.de

www.nfrontier.de


NANOVAL GmbH & Co. KG

NANOVAL was founded in 1987 to

patent a unique powder atomization

process for metal melts, based on a

laval nozzle.

After the first systems were sold, we

started to produce fine spherical

powders with reproducible properties

and quality on customer‘s

request. Since 2016, we have developed

a new process to atomize

crucible-free and with over 1000 different

atomized alloys, we can supply

highly demanding alloys ranging

from pure Mg to W, TiAl, precious

metals, metallic

glasses (amorphous metals), NiTi

and many others.

We deliver to the automotive, aerospace,

etc. and supply besides the

powder, also complete atomization

plants - as you wish.

Kienhorststraße 61-65

13403 Berlin, Germany

Christian Gerking

fon: +49 30 322 9022 11

fax: +49 30 322 9022 29

chr.gerking@nanoval.de

www.nanoval.de


Orion Additive Manufacturing GmbH

Orion AM is a manufacturer of

industrial additive manufacturing

systems for high performance polymers.

The patent-pending thermal

radiation heating is applied to an

FFF process to print PEEK, PPSU,

PEI and other high temperature

polymers with injection molded

strength. This pushes applications

beyond prototypes and into end-use

parts where materials need to be

strong, lightweight, temperature resistant

and inert. Potential

applications:

- Aerospace/Space

• Cubesats

• Primary and Secondary

Structures

• Payloads, Adaptable

Brackets, Fixtures

• Deployable solar arrays,

booms, antennas

- Medical

• Patient-specifi c implants;

Craniomaxillofacial

• Spinal Cages/Trial Spacers

• Surgical tools

• Instrumentation

Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25, Treppe 17/3

10559 Berlin, Germany

Adam Rumjahn

fon: + 49 304 6403 8403

info@orion-am.com

www.orion-am.com


Siemens AG / AM Design Lab

The AM Design Lab is an innovation

space focused on Additive Manufacturing

and Advanced Materials.

• Discover with our experts how

to add value to your product

with new ways of thinking about

AM materials, design for AM

and new technologies.

• Find out how our advanced

tools based on Machine Learning

can optimize thermal and

mechanical processes and

speed materials development.

• Apply AM for repair with our

leading-edge Cold-Spray AM

technology or learn how hybrid

AM can bring you cost advantages

for your production line.

• Take advantage of Siemens

knowledge to accelerate your

time-to-market and reduce the

development risks.

Siemensdamm 50

13629 Berlin, Germany

Isabel Rueda

fon: +49 174 3103079

ana-isabel.rueda@siemens.com


trinckle 3D GmbH

trinckle develops software for the

age of Additive Manufacturing.

trinckle`s core offering, paramate,

automates design processes and

provides a platform for advanced

product configuration.

paramate enables customer-specific

adaptations of any product - whether

it be prostheses tailored to the

patient, mechanically optimized industrial

components like end-of-arm

gripper or jigs and fixtures.

the time-to-market by a factor of 10

and reducing the costs of CAD

design processes by up to 95%.

trinckle equips its partners with the

tools to leverage the full potential of

3D printing and to realize innovative

business opportunities: shortening

Neuendorfstrasse 26

16761 Hennigsdorf, Germany

Dr. Ole von Seelen

fon: +49 33 022 088 044

info@trinckle.com

www.trinckle.com


Tutolino gUG

Tutolinos gemeinnütziges Projekt

„3D-Druck macht Schule“ stattet

Schulen in ganz Deutschland mit

einem eigens zusammengestellten

Bausatz zum Aufbau eines schulsicheren

und erweiterbaren 3D-

Druckers aus und begleitet die

Schüler und Schülerinnen mit einer

umfassenden Anleitung auf dem

Weg zum eigenen 3D-Drucker.

Die Praxisorientierung des Projektes

ermöglicht eine Abwechslung zum

bekannten Unterrichtsmodell und

eröffnet einen neuen pädagogischen

Ansatz, der die Schüler nicht der

Technologie aussetzt, sondern dazu

anregt sie zu verstehen, zu verbessern

und dessen Arbeitsweisen

selbstständig in neue Prozesse zu

integrieren.

Mariendorfer Damm 1

12099 Berlin, Germany

Sarah Kostic

team@tutolino.net

www.tutolino.net


TU Berlin, 3D-Labor

The 3D Lab at the Institute of

Mathematics of the TU Berlin was

founded 2004 to support scientific

work by 3D technologies. In addition

to the support of and cooperation

with a large number of internal

and external institutions in a broad

range of applications areas it has

implemented various research

projects. The equipment includes

machines for additive production in

several 3D technologies, such as

SLS, DLP, binder jetting, FDM and

desktop stereolithography, accompanied

by 3D-scanning devices in

technologies such as structured

light scanning and micro-CT.

3D-Labor, Sekr. MA 6-4

c/o Institut für Mathematik

Straße des 17. Juni 136

10623 Berlin, Germany

Joachim Weinhold

fon: +49 30 314 75829

weinhold@math.tu-berlin.de


TU Berlin, FG Keramische Werkstoffe

The Chair of Advanced Ceramic

Materials of the Technical

University Berlin has among many

other research fields, its focus in

Additive Manufacturing processes

and materials.

In this way UV-hardening silicon

resins for SLA processing,

marsregoliths as feedstock for

powderbased processes (SLM,

binderjetting) and thermoplastic

composites with endless fibers for

FDM technologies have been engineered

and characterised.

Moreover, we are supervising

students in academic education

and support companies in Berlin

and Brandenburg within the

Additive Manufacturing Cluster

Berlin-Brandenburg (AMBER).

FG Keramische Werkstoffe, Sekr. BA3

Hardenbergstr. 40

10623 Berlin, Germany

Prof. Dr. Aleksander Gurlo

fon: +49 30 314 24833

gurlo@ceramics.tu-berlin.de

www.keramik.tu-berlin.de


The joint presentation of the German Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg

is hosted by the local economic authority of the state of Berlin

Managed by:

EUROPÄISCHE UNION

Europäischer Fonds für

regionale Entwicklung

Supported by:

Fasanenstr, 85

10623 Berlin, Germany

Olav Morales Kluge

fon: +49 30 46302500

info@Berlin-Partner.de

www.Berlin-Partner.de

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