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SeaBioComp Masterclass on large-scale 3D-printing of Biopolymers, 10th September 2020, webinar

The SeaBioComp Eurpopean project is inviting interested businesses to join the SeaBioComp Masterclass on large-scale 3D printing of biopolymers which will take place online on Thursday 10th September 2020.

This online masterclass will look at the adaptations required to enable the 3D printing machine to process biopolymers which was undertaken by Poly Products as part of the SeaBioComp Interreg project.

In addition the masterclass will show examples of bio-composite vertical fender profiles for the berthing and guiding of ships that have been produced on the large-scale 3D printing machine.

The programme for the event is as follows:

* 10.30 (CET) Introduction to the SeaBioComp project; Dr Gertjan Vancoillie, Centexbel

* 10.45 Masterclass on large-scale 3D printing of biopolymers; Dr Albert ten Busschen, Poly Products

* 11.30 Questions, answers and discussion

* 12.00 Close of event

There will be a maximum of 15 places for this Masterclass so please book early to reserve your place by emailing sj@mseuk.org with your name, organisation and email address.

Presentations and discussions will be English and webinar links will be sent prior to the 10th September.

To find out more about the SeaBioComp project please visit:

http://www.seabiocomp.eu/
Presentations and discussions will be English and webinar links will be sent prior to the 10th September.

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Posted 2020-08-10 10:57:57

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