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European Manufacturing Conference on 27 & 28 September

We are pleased to invite you to attend the European Manufacturing Conference on 27 & 28 September as a physical event at Event Lounge in Brussels

During the European Manufacturing Conference 2022, policymakers and representatives from industry and society will discuss how people, technology, and innovation shape the future of Europe. The conference will focus on the future of European manufacturing with speakers, panellists and participants diving into the challenges and opportunities at this critical point in time and exploring how public-private cooperation can help overcome and embrace them. 

Please visit the Conference website for further information and the draft programme!

Please note that there is fee and  a limited number of tickets will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis. Only two representatives per organisation may register for the physical event.

The European Manufacturing Conference is co-organised by the European Factories of the Future Association (EFFRA), EIT Manufacturing and ManuFuture. These three manufacturing actors share the common belief that cooperation is key to creating a favourable environment for tackling and ultimately solving the most pressing challenges of today's industry.


The meeting will be held on 21st October at Altis Grand Hotel, Lisbon, kindly hosted by EWF.

Timetable to be confirmed but we expect from 9.00-14.00 CET. Please save the date in your calendars. One of the main aims will be the revision of the current roadmap in place and among other actions, include defence as a new key sector for AM in Europe.

You can check and downloaded here.

More info and registration will be sent beginning September.

The AM-Platform meeting is taking place after the I-AM Conference (1st Annual International Additive Manufacturing Conference), held on 19 and 20th October at the same place. It is co-sponsored by The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and European Federation for Welding, Joining and Cutting (EWF).

The registration of the Conference will open soon .

Stay tuned!!

Workshop of the ADDIMOT project

Workshop in hybrid format of the ADDIMOT project ( On 29 June-9.15h CET

ADDIMOT-ADDitively manufactured limited angle torque MOTor for Smart Active Inceptors

Purpose: to  have the opportunity to investigate additive manufacturing technologies to design and manufacture a new generation of electric torque motors for application in Smart Active Inceptors (SAI).

There will be a keynote speech by SAFRAN and then we will offer different talks about additive manufacturing and electrification with a focus on the aeronautical sector.

Those interested can sign up in-person or online and for those who decide to attend in-person, we will take the opportunity to visit Ceit's powder metal atomization pilot plant.

Agenda and registration on line:

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