#OPENHYBRIDProject is moving forward - 6 months project meeting

Openhybrid project moves on

The OPENHYBRID 6th month meeting took place at Gudel Ag Langenthal, Switzerland (CH), on the 30th of March and at George Fisher (GF), Ipsach site (CH) on the 31st of March.

All work package leaders were represented. There was a technical discussion between MTC, BCT, Gudel, GF, CRF, Siemens, Wier and HMT in the morning of the first day.
The plans for the next consortium meeting (M12) were made, and it will be hosted by EWF at November this year. 

OpenHybrid Project aims to develop an all-in-one hybrid additive and subtractive multi-tool platform using directed energy deposition (DED) additive manufacturing (AM) capable of producing large, high volume and complex components without the need for materials handling or post-processing enabling fully finished components to be produced. 

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. H2020–FoF-2016- 723917-OPENHYBRID.