3D&FPP • Integrating metal 3D printing with flexible post-processing
The 3D&FPP project aimed to integrate metal 3D printing with flexible post-processing. The objective was to design, develop and implement an efficient, fast and affordable post-processing solution based on existing technology that could form part of an integrated system for post-processing additive manufacturing (AM) parts.
The idea was to significantly increase the possibilities for 3D metal printing in industries that need high-precision manufactured metal parts, such as the medical, semiconductor, maritime, aviation and new emergent cleantech industries.
A look at the results
- Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (RDM Centre of Expertise)(lead partner)
- 3T RPD
- Hittech Multin
- RDM Makerspace
- University of Exeter
- 24 associated partners including EuraMaterials
As an associated partner, we shared the project results with our business members, informed our audiences about the project, and helped identify industrial requirements.
Project type: Interreg 2 Seas
Start date: 1 September 2016
Duration: three years
Total cost: €3,553,244.25
European funding: €2,007,084.55
Learn more at 3dfpp.eu