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The Czech technological platform for additive manufacturing connects industrial enterprises and leading research organizations in the Czech Republic.

ČTPAV focuses primarily on end users, i.e. specific companies, to whom it provides information service and comprehensive support in the implementation and work with additive technologies.

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A new look at 3D parts

 

news about Czech-Bavarian project AM SURF

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... motivates research collaboration across sectors

... cooperates across Europe

... supports (technical) education

 

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Roadmap for additive manufacturing

The first planned update of the roadmap for additive manufacturing is out.

Actuality and News

A new look at 3D parts

Clock icon07.11.2023

Additive technologies, sometimes simplified to 3d printing, are nowadays reaching many fields and working with different materials. In addition to conventional plastics, metal parts produced by these technologies are also making a significant impact. How to print them correctly and how to handle them well are some of the basic questions currently being addressed by the West Bohemian research organisation COMTES FHT together with its partners in the cross-border project AM SURF.

Roadmap for additive manufacturing

Clock icon31.08.2023

The first planned update of the roadmap for additive manufacturing is out.

Clusters meet Regions

Clock icon29.08.2023

Come and see how inventive and innovative the Czech clusters and their companies are.

INAM 2023 conference - Innovations in Additive Manufacturing

Clock icon03.03.2023

Invitation to the conference on additive technologies - 22 - 23 March in Jihlava

Branchentreff

Clock icon14.02.2023

The compact, functional Czech-Bavarian networking platform is back.

Prosthetics & 3D printing

Clock icon06.02.2023

The combination of prosthetics, design and 3D printing at ZČU has brought new possibilities for the production of prosthetic hands