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KICK-OFF MEETING OF PARADDISE PROJECT

2016.11.22

The objetive of the project is to combine two antithetical processes in the same machine: machining and LMD (Laser Metal Deposition).

The Kick-off meeting of the PARADDISE project (A Productive, Affordable and Reliable solution for large scale manufacturing of metallic components by combining laser-based ADDItive and Subtractive processes with high Efficiency, Grant Agreement Number 723440) was held in Tecnalia on 9th and 10th of November. The project is funded by the European Commission as an initiative of Photonics and Factories of the Future Public Private Partnerships.

The PARADDISE project, coordinated by Tecnalia, aims to develop the knowledge and tools necessary to combine two antithetical processes in the same machine: machining and LMD (Laser Metal Deposition). The project will develop expert CAx technologies, smart components and monitoring and control systems tailored for the hybrid process in a cost-effective way and with structured knowledge about LMD process. The solution will be integrated in the 'ZVH45/1600 Add+Process' hybrid machine from IBARMIA manufacturer which is already available at TECNALIA's facilities. Thus, the PARADDISE project will conceive a process-machine-tools solution. In that way, the PARADDISE project intends to boost and to spread the use of Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) technology along the life cycle of value-adding metal components.

In addition to Tecnalia, 7 partners are participating in the PARADDISE project: Ibarmia Innovatek S.L, Siemens AG, Precitec GmbH & Co. KG, GKN Aerospace Norway AS, Michelin, UPV / EHU and RWTH Aachen University. The project will last for 3 years and has a budget of 3,761,402€.


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