“THE FUTURE OF SPARE PARTS IS DIGITAL”
DSP Maritime 2023 will bring together the experts of the additive manufacturing value chain and the innovative manufacturing leaders from the maritime industry.
This is where cutting edge providers of digital technologies showcase spare parts innovations that deliver competitive advantage, while at the same time learning from innovators and early adopters how resources are spent wisely on new spare parts strategies.
Both the AM industry and the various manufacturing companies in the maritime industry cross paths to learn from one another, forge partnerships, and access new economic value creation.
BECOME A DIGITAL FRONTRUNNER IN YOUR SPARE PARTS MARKET
DSP Maritime 2023 is key to an international audience of companies researching the development of Digital Spare Parts, including embedded systems, digital warehouse solutions, additive manufacturing and distributed manufacturing applications.
Learn about the challenges and opportunities of digital manufacturing. Our conference program features the latest developments, applications, technologies, and opportunities in Digital Spare Parts.
DSP MARITIME | Conference Programme | November 23, 2023 | Duisburg/Essen, Germany
08:30 – 09:10 | Auditorium
WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION OF PARTS
“ARE YOU DIGITALLY READY? YOUR RECOMMENDED PATH FOR DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION OF SPARE PARTS”
Bring your systems, parts and people to readiness for digital distribution to de-risk supply chain and save costs, time and reduce your environmental footprint. Learn how you as an end-user can adopt digital infrastructure and improve your digital readiness for digital inventory and local on-demand manufacturing. Generate business strategy, risk assessment, data capture and briefing tools for every level of your organization.
“INDUSTRIAL 3D PRINTING DRIVES A BUS”
Using 3D printing, Daimler’s bus division can quickly, flexibly, economically and environmentally responsibly react to urgent customer requirements, and in particular in the case of rarely ordered components or special customer requests. Furthermore, at present Daimler Buses’ “Centre of Competence for 3D Printing” is examining over 300,000 different bus spare parts in detail as to their suitability as 3D printed parts. In the next stage, Daimler Buses wants to continually expand on this, with the overall aim of being able to directly print 3D replacement parts in-house for customers.
“HOW INDUSTRIAL AM REINVENTS BUSINESS MODELS IN MANUFACTURING, DESIGN AND DISTRIBUTION
Wilhelmsen is a global maritime and energy group with the largest maritime network in the world. Through AM On-Demand, WSS is solving the biggest spare part pain points for OEMs and End Users such as long-lead times, poor part performance and obsolete/legacy parts.
Find out how the AM offering is:
- one of the largest printable maritime and offshore spare parts catalogue in the world, with a deep knowledge of certification and performance for on-demand production
- a globally integrated delivery supply chain ecosystem that is financially and strategically attractive to manufacturing partners, OEMs and end users
- transacting through a secure digital warehouse and fabricator marketplace.
09:10 – 09:45 | Auditorium
HOW DIGITAL PARTS DRIVE ON-DEMAND ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
“CLICK & PRINT: THE WORLD’S FIRST PART STREAMING PLATFORM””
With the PartBox – the motto of which is “Click & Print” – electronic design data can be retrieved and produced from a “digital warehouse” anywhere in the world, within seconds. Access to this verified and manufacturer-certified print data is made possible by Schubert Additive Solutions – a young spin-off of Crailshem, Germany-based Gerhard Schubert GmbH. With a 3D printer and the connected PartBox, parts such as format, spare, and wear parts can be produced anywhere, by anyone, in any desired batch size. and more than 120,000 in-house 3D printed components.
“THE FACTORY OF THE FUTURE WILL NOT BE A SINGLE, CENTRAL LOCATION”
Instead, future manufacturing, enabled by smart technologies like 3D printing, will take place at multiple digital production sites, distributed around the world, closer to customers. But this will only be possible when companies are sure that their design and production data remains secure. We do need solutions that allow industrial manufacturers to secure the ﬂow of digital parts and maintain a competitive advantage. Data security and integrity are imperative for them in their transition from a centralized production model to multiple digital production sites closer to their customers.
“HOW AM IS TRANSFORMING THE DNA OF A TRADITIONAL OEM IN THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY: A NEW BUSINESS MODEL THROUGH THE DIGITAL INVENTORY”
Since 2006, Valland has been active in the field of design and production of industrial Oil and Gas valves, custom made according to the customers’ requirements. Since the beginning of Valland, the main area of activity has been non-standard products. For this, Valland has been experimenting with additive manufacturing technologies since 2016 and has introduced the first AM parts.
09:45 – 10:15 | Auditorium
HOW TO IDENTIFY AND SELECT WICH PARTS CAN BE PRODUCED VIA AM
“GETTING A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF NOT ONLY WHAT PARTS CAN BE PRINTED, BUT WHAT PARTS SHOULD BE PRINTED”
Based on the Ivaldi Essential, Screening Analysis, an overview of a spare parts inventory’s on-demand manufacturing potential. Instead of screening parts, datasets are screened. Resulting in a final report with findings on the potential for additive, on-demand manufacturing, the relevance of specific parts and recommendations on where to start in order to successfully deploy a digital supply chain for parts.
10:15 – 10:45 | Expo Area
10:45 – 11:15 | Room 4
IDENTIFYING & SELECTING THE RIGHT PARTS IN THE MARITIME SECTOR
11:15 – 11:45 | Room 4
NOT ONLY WHAT PARTS CAN, BUT SHOULD BE PRINTED IN THE MARITIME SECTOR
11:45 – 12:15 | Auditorium
HOW TO IMPLEMENT A DIGITAL INVENTORY STRATEGY
12:15 – 12:45 | Auditorium
INTEGRATION OF IT AND DESIGN IN ENGINEERING AM IN SUPPLY CHAINS
“AM REQUIRES SUITABLE IT TECHNOLOGIE AND APPLICATIONS”
Disruptive processes like on-demand spare parts manufacturing based on AM technology are increasingly becoming reality. They require suitable IT technologies and applications to fully use the potentials of 3D printers and systems and to fulﬁl data security and IP protection requirements of worldwide collaboration networks. Additionally, the seamless integration in existing, modern ERP/PLM systems is mandatory to get maximum beneﬁts from these processes. The presentation shows industry-proven solutions for ERP/PLM integration and distributed engineering.
12:45 – 13:15 | Auditorium
HOW TO BUILD, REPAIR OR RE-BUILD PARTS, WHILE PROTECTING IP RIGHTS
“HOW TO EFFICIENTLY REDUCE COSTS AND TIME IN SPARE PARTS PRODUCTION”
Important is what customers in industrial additive manufacturing need and how to direct them to the right solutions. With his many years of experience at corporations such as ABB or Rieter, you can learn from his deep understanding of various industries. In this presentation you will get a deeper insight about the potential of their technology in order to reduce costs and time for your spare parts.
“VALUE THE FUTURE, UPGRADE THE PAST”
Industrialisation of large scale metal additive manufacturing (WAAM)
In an industrial environment, large production equipment is often tailor-made. When components break down this results in long lead times. Entire installations need to be completely replaced when components have become obsolete, moulds have been lost or suppliers have gone bankrupt. Guaranteed offers a solution to these problems by repairing and rebuilding large metal parts, using wire & arc additive manufacturing.
13:15- 14:15 | Expo Area
14:15 – 14:45 | Room 4
INDUSTRY PROVEN DISTRIBUTED ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS IN THE MARITIME SECTOR
14:45 – 15:15 | Room 4
EFFICIENTLY REDUCING COST/TIME IN PARTS PRODUCTION IN THE MARITIME SECTOR
15:15 – 15:45 | Room 4
INTRODUCING NEW MATERIALS FOR USAGE IN THE MARITIME SECTOR
15:45- 16:15 | Expo Area
16:15 – 16:45 | Room 4
DELIVERING SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURED PARTS FOR THE MARITIME SECTOR
16:45 – 17:15 | Room 4
PRODUCING AM PARTS TO SPEC AND PERFORM AS REQUIRED IN THE MARITIME SECTOR
17:15 – 17:45 | Auditorium
ONGOING INNOVATION OF MATERIALS FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
17:45 – 18:15 | Auditorium
ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN THE EUROPEAN GREEN DEAL
“METHOD FOR CALCULATING CO2 EMISSIONS FOR AM SPARE PARTS – CRADLE TO GRAVE”
The aim of this Joint Industry Project with multiple owner/operators (Ivaldi, Sintef, Wilhelmsen, Kongsberg) and the Research Council of Norway is developing a framework to deliver sustainably manufactured spare parts for the marine sector. The outcome should be 1) Transparent and easy to calculate footprints, 2) a lifecycle analysis database of AM case studies, 3) algorithms to predict CO2 impact prior to order and 4) best practice guides for reduction of AM footprint.
“METAL SCRAP AS A NEW FEED STOCK SOLUTION FOR THE METAL AM INDUSTRY”
Circular Economy Ecosystem for Metal Additive Manufacturing: from decommissioned Oil & Gas metal scrap to feedstock to print new components, and relevant CO2 savings.
“ACCESS TO COMPLETE LIFECYCLE PRODUCT DATA”
18:15 – 18:45 | Auditorium
HOW TO ENSURE QUALITY ASSURANCE & PARTS QUALIFICATION IN AM
18:45 | Expo Area