AMRGT | Advanced Manufacturing & Repair for Gas Turbines (Berlin, Germany)

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March 19th – 20th, 2019

Be part of this unique interface event between the gas turbine industry, academia, and manufacturing & repair practitioners. Hosted by ASME’s Gas Turbine Segment and IGTI Division, this 2 day symposium, March 19 – 20, 2019 at the Siemens Conference Center in Berlin will bring together engineers, designers, researchers, repair professionals and business leaders at companies that design, manufacture, repair and own gas turbines.

Dr. Markus Seibold, VP Additive Manufacturing at Power & Gas, Siemens AG will present on driving customer success in power generation new unit and service business.

Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace & Space (London, UK)

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February 26th – 28th, 2019

Now entering its 5th year, IQPC’s Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace & Space conference has fast established itself as the premium forum for AM users, R&D experts and industry partners within the aerospace and space industry.

Come and visit us at our booth and listen to the presentation by Dr. Markus Seibold and Daniel Bestian about “Industrialising Additive Manufacturing”.

Grand Opening of our extended Facility in Worcester, UK

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December 12th, 2018

The re-opening of new state-of-the-art factory provides a milestone towards industrialization of Additive Manufacturing. The digitalised production facility offers R&D, production and post-processing, everything under one roof on amazing 4.500 sqm. The manufacturing capacity will be extended to more than 50 printers arranged in a future proof flexible AM cell approach.

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3D Scanning + Additive Manufacturing brings Ruston car back to life

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Before the development and manufacture of the industrial gas turbine in the late 1940’s, the Ruston car was born at the Ruston & Hornsby engineering company, now Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd in Lincoln.

100 years on Additive Manufacturing technology is bringing the car back to life and onto the road again… read the story here Bringing the Ruston car back to life at Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery, Lincoln.

Reverse Engineering in action- replacing damaged components no longer available…



Steering box- broken old unit 3D Scanned, CAD model repaired in Siemens NX and rebuilt ‘as new’.