Conference Tower (609)
February 1, 2019
Session5: DESIGN FOR AM
【Organizer】JTB Communication Design / Rapid News Publications
【Time】10:30-12:30 Pre-Registration required Admission Fee required
Speakers from JAPAN, Europe and USA will deliver a truly global perspective ensuring your time out of the workplace will be of maximum value.(Simultaneous interpretation)
※5,000JPY(tax included) per 1 session
Session 1：【10：45-12：45 30th Jan.】AM GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
Session 2：【13：30-15：30 30th Jan.】WORKSHOPS AND APPLICATIONS
Session 3：【10：30-12：30 31st Jan.】IMPLEMENTATION OF AM TECHNOLOGIES - STANDARDS, SKILLS AND POSITIONING
Session 4：【13：30-16：00 31st Jan.】APPLICATIONS
Session 5：【10：30-13：00 1st Feb.】DESIGN FOR AM
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3D printing works at Kengo Kuma and Associates
10:30-11:00 Simultaneous interpretation
Kengo Kuma and Associates
Chief Project Manager
Mr. Tomohiro Matsunaga
We would like to show our works with 3D printing technology, for example, "Breath/ng" at Milan Design week 2018.
CAR Design-3D PRINT
11:00-11:30 Simultaneous interpretation
Mr. Nishikawa Mitsuki
CAR Design-3D PRINT
The Additive Manufacturing of Precious Metals
11:30-12:00 Simultaneous interpretation
Birmingham City University School of Jewellery
Centre for Digital Design and Manufacturing
Associate Head for Industry & Enterprise
Dr. Cooper Frank
Cooper is Associate Head at the Birmingham School of Jewellery. He sits on the Goldsmiths’ Craft and Design Council and is a globally recognised expert in the application of Additive Manufacturing and Prototyping/3D printing technologies used in the jewellery industry. He participates in research initiatives and has written and presented many technical papers and articles around the world.
The Additive Manufacturing of metals is now a rapidly maturing and widely accepted industrial manufacturing process. By attending this presentation you will learn how the Additive Manufacturing of precious metals is gaining traction in the jewellery design and manufacturing industries and see many examples of jewellery products printed in Gold, Silver and Platinum and gain an overview of the various design processes the technology allows the jeweller and silversmith to adopt. Particular attention will be paid to the ability of Additive Manufacturing to produce unique, one of a kind, personalised and customised jewellery items. We will also have a consideration of some of the medical and industrial application opportunities that the Additive Manufacturing of precious metals can open up
Alternative Materials and Methods for Additive Manufacturing and their Application in Design and Architecture
12:00-12:30 Simultaneous interpretation
Prof. Ronald Rael
Ronald Rael is professor of architecture at the University of California Berkeley and the CEO of the 3D Printing Make-Tank, Emerging Objects.
While most of the additive manufacturing industry focuses on plastic, many materials have been developed that can be recycled, come from waste streams, or from sustainable sources. This lecture will discuss the potential of alternative materials for additive manufacturing with a focus on their application in design and architecture.