AMAP - New applications of additive manufacturing in regional technology cluster

4/1/20

The aim of the AMAP project is to create profitable business activity as well as new jobs in the South Savo region for both production and service business by introducing and taking into use the latest additive manufacturing and 3D printing technology.

The project enhances and deepens the applications expertise of research and business actors in the region helping them to develop wood fibre-based sustainable materials used in additive manufacturing applications.

An industrial-level piloting environment will be introduced in Xamk's 3K-Factory of Electronics in Savonlinna during the project. There, companies can explore the technology, and develop and test their ideas and material solutions together with researchers.

The project will transfer material, design and manufacturing knowhow to regional business networks in order to enable the identification of the opportunities and limitations of additive manufacturing as well as to launch new, job-creating investments.



Additional information:
Ilkka Vanttaja
+ 358 40 190 5298
ilkka.vanttaja@xamk.fi

AMAP - New applications of additive manufacturing in regional technology cluster
Duration: 1st January 2020 – 31st December 2021
Funding: European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Xamk and companies


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