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PAM² at Euspen 2018 & ASPE 2018

PAM² Workshop #4 @KU Leuven

AM processes and in-process monitoring


PAM², which stands for Precision Additive Metal Manufacturing, is a European MSCA project in which 10 beneficiaries and 2 partners collaborate on improving the precision of metal Additive Manufacturing.

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Project objectives

The overall objective of PAM2 project is to ensure the availability of high precision AM processes and (computational) design procedures.

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Recent posts

Workshop on Post-processing in AM at KIT

By Kopila Gurung | September 21, 2018

On Monday 12th November of 2018, the 5th PAM² workshop on Post-processing in AM will be held at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. You can find the detailed program of the workshop in the table below. Time Topic Lecturer 9:00 Welcome Steffen Scholz 9:10 – 9:55 Laser induced modification of ceramic surfaces Magnus Rohde (IAM-AWP) 9:55…

PAM² well represented at Euspen 2018 & ASPE 2018

By Kopila Gurung | July 26, 2018

Thanks to our ESRs and Ann Witvrouw, PAM² was well represented at the EUSPEN’s 18th International Conference & Exhibition (Venice) and at 2018 ASPE and euspen Summer Topical Meeting (Berkeley).   Mohamad Bayat (ESR 4), David de Baere (ESR 5), Mandaná Moshiri (ESR 8), Juliana Solheid (ESR 9) and Markus Baier (ESR 14) presented their…

Youtube movie on AM process modelling by Group C (Amrozia Shaheen, David de Baere, Juliana Soheid & Mandaná Moshiri)

PAM² Youtube movie on AM process modelling

By Kopila Gurung | February 26, 2018

Watch the second part of our Youtube movie series on the topic of “AM process modelling” made by our ESRs during their third workshop at DTU: Video Group A and Video Group C. If you want to watch all PAM² Youtube movies, go to our PAM² Youtube channel. Enjoy, like and share!

PAM² Publications

By Kopila Gurung | February 22, 2018

We are proud to share our first PAM² publication “Controlling local overheating in topology optimization for Additive Manufacturing” written by Rajit Ranjan (ESR 1). The work demonstrated in the publication was also presented at the SIG AM Euspen conference in October 2017. Read the full article on the Researchgate page of this publication.   From…

Project details

  • Timespan: From Dec 1, 2016 to Nov 30, 2020
  • Total cost: 3 944 925.36 EUR
  • EU contribution: 3 944 925.36 EUR
  • Coordinated by: KU Leuven