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AMable Experiments from Open Call 1

AMable supports seven experiments from the first call for proposals.

Open Call 1 Experiments

suppliers and users challenging additive manufacturing technologies

The Individual Accordion

601 AMAC

A team from the Netherlands has set the challenge to print individual accordions for an individual size of the musician behind the instrument.

Medical Assistive Devices

602 BEACTIVE

A team from Greece and Italy has teamed up to create individual, antimicrobial and super-hydrophobic medical devices.

Conformal Cooling Inserts

603 CLIMATE

Partners from Austria and Italy have teamed up to create conformal cooling inserts by lithographical metal AM.

Outdoor Sensor Enclosures

604 ENCLOSENS

A team of prototypers and applicants from Spain has teamed up to create rugged sensor enclosures for individual applications.

Rugged Flying Coolers

605 IHEMAM

A French / Spanish team takes the challenge to create heat exchangers with AM that sustain vibrations and shocks while operating in the air.

Featherlight Head Protection

606 SASSHPPE

A team from Spain takes the challenge to create a head protection device that is lighter and more protecting that anything else.

Titanium Direct Parts

607 WAAMTOP

A team from the Netherlands takes the challenge to create titanium parts right from the base material to the final shape.


AMable Use Cases

AMable has set out to support the uptake of AM in industry. With a clear focus on SMEs and mid caps in Europe, AMable develops a set of services that are offered on a case by case basis. During ramp-up, the AMable consortium tests its services against a set of challenges to initialise the service eco-system. With the first open call, AMable will serve such cases as displayed here:

Suspension Component

LMS and Formula Student developing a suspension component.

Vinyl Disk Cartridge

DTI and Ortofon A/S developing a new AM based catridge for vinyl lovers!

Customer: Ortofon A/S

Hydraulic Block

Development and production of an optimised hydraulic block.

Customer: HINE Co.