Tech Days 2024

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  • Sign up for Tech Days.
  • Attend the event in person.

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April 11, 2024 

09:00: AM Learning Lab and SolidPrint3D open the doors and welcome you to Tech Days 2024. 

10:00 - 11:00: Modern Alchemy and Material Wizardry in Additive Manufacturing 

If unraveling the intricate world of materials, their properties, and their interplay between them piques your interest, then Karl F. F. Fischer is the ideal conversationalist to start a discussion with. Armed with a Ph.D. in materials science, Karl delved deep into developing innovative characterization techniques for metals and semiconductors using bespoke equipment. This endeavor not only honed his expertise but also granted him an extensive understanding of the fundamental physics governing material properties and their intricate interactions. Presently, Karl channels his wealth of experience at the Danish Technological Institute, spearheading the exploration and scouting of emerging technologies and material prospects and contemplating how to best establish innovative solutions that harmonize equipment functionality with material intricacies. Karl also works on developing process parameters for materials in Laser Powder Bed Fusion applications to make prints faster and to enable new material options. Karl F. F. Fischer stands as a beacon of knowledge in the realm of materials science, seamlessly bridging theory, and application to drive advancements in technology and innovation. Being a materials nerd Karl is always ready to talk about materials and eager to add to the wealth of knowledge and discuss new aspects, so prepare to delve into a world of materials and how they shape the future of technological evolution.

Kick off your Tech Days experience with an exciting surprise that will set the tone for a groundbreaking event. 

This presentation will be in English. 


10:30 - 11:00: Shining 3D – Scanning without scan markers – Trio Workshop.  

Dive into the world of high-precision 3D scanning with Shining 3D. This session will explore the innovative techniques of scanning without traditional markers, showcasing the future of digital modeling and analysis.   About Shining 3D: A leader in the 3D digital technology industry, Shining 3D specializes in the development of 3D digitizing and printing technology that is transforming industries from healthcare to manufacturing. 

This presentation will be in English. 


11:00 - 14:00: Free Hotdogs 

Enjoy a delicious break on us with free hotdogs available throughout the venue. 


12:00 - 13:00: Caracol, Meltio, Danish AM Hub – CO2 calculation and sustainability in LFAM and metal AM.  

This session brings together experts from Caracol, Meltio, and the Danish AM Hub to discuss the environmental impact of large format additive manufacturing (LFAM) and metal AM, focusing on CO2 calculations and sustainability practices. 

About the Speakers: This collaborative session features leaders in the AM field dedicated to integrating sustainable practices within the industry. Caracol is known for its innovative approach to LFAM, Meltio leads in metal AM solutions, and the Danish AM Hub is at the forefront of promoting additive manufacturing in Denmark. 

This presentation will be in English. 


16:00 Tech Days close for today. 


April 12, 2024 

09:00 The doors open and AM Learning Lab and SolidPrint are ready with breakfast rolls. 

09:30 - 10:30: 3D printing with operational impact in a military context. 

  How can the Danish Defense utilize 3D printing in a military context, and what 3D printing initiatives are taking place within NATO and the EDA (European Defence Agency) in this regard? 

Hear special consultant Jeppe Foshammer from the Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization talk about "3D printing with operational impact" in a military context.  

This presentation will be in Danish. 


10:45 - 11:45: AM technology from potential to real value in the company. 

AM technology represents a myriad of possibilities for Danish companies, but how can companies best utilize this potential, and what is the secret to converting AM technology from potential to real value in companies? 

Dive into a discussion with Jesper Heltzen, Chief Consultant at the Center For Industry, who will share key insights on how companies can accelerate their journey with AM technology. From exploring the possibilities to strategically integrating them and creating noticeable value. A journey that usually takes 2-4 years since 3D printing is not just 3D printing. But what if we could shorten this time and accelerate the results? 

This presentation will be in Danish. 


12:00 – 12:45: 3D printing - a new expertise in the Industrial Technician education. 

  Are you a vocational teacher in the Industrial Technician Education and need to teach main course students in 3D printing, or are you just interested? Then come and hear AM specialist Kasper Moesgaard and special consultant Nils Hedegaard from AM Learning Lab Herningsholm about the upcoming 3D printing teaching program in the industrial technician education and learn about the teacher training course that is under development at AM Learning Lab Herningsholm. 

Kasper and Nils will unveil the content and progression of the 37-hour mandatory teaching program and the content of the teacher training course offered for the first time on June 18th + 19th, 2024. 

This presentation will be in Danish. 

13:00 Tech Days are over for 2024. 

Hello Tech Enthusiasts! 🚀 Welcome to Tech Days: Unveiling the Future with Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing! 📅 When? April 11 & 12, 2024 📍 Where? AM Learning Lab Herningsholm & Solid Prints Showroom

Get ready for an immersive experience into the future of technology, courtesy of AM Learning Lab Herningsholm and Solid Print. Join us for two days brimming with the latest innovations in additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing. Here's a sneak peek at what we have planned:

What Awaits You?

  • 🛠 Interactive Workshops: Engage directly with cutting-edge trends and technologies through our hands-on workshops. Led by industry trailblazers, these sessions are your guide to integrating AM and 3D printing into your projects and organizations effectively.
  • 🎤 Insightful Expert Talks: Be inspired by the wisdom of leading figures in the AM and 3D printing world. They'll share their valuable experiences and insights, taking you on a deep dive into the fascinating realm of these technologies.
  • 🤝 Networking Opportunities: Mix and mingle with fellow tech enthusiasts and professionals. This is your prime chance to expand your network and discover potential collaborative ventures in a vibrant atmosphere.
  • 🖥 Captivating Live Demos: Witness the wonder of AM and 3D printing technologies through live demonstrations. See their practical applications come to life across different sectors, showcasing the real-world magic of these innovations.

Tech Days is the ideal venue for pioneers, innovators, and the tech-curious to discover, learn, and be inspired by the boundless opportunities within AM and 3D printing. Seize the chance to access insights, knowledge, and networks that can transform your future.

🌟 Reserve Your Spot Now – Space Is Limited!

We're excited to meet you and together shape the future with Tech Days.


Linus Häggblom

Ladies and Gentlemen, hold onto your 3D printed hats because we’re about to introduce a man who embodies the spirit of Swedish innovation so thoroughly, you might mistake him for a Finnish design icon. Meet Linus Häggblom, the Regional Channel Sales Manager for Northern Europe at Formlabs, who has been making the world of tech a better place, one 3D printer at a time.

With a career that's as layered as a finely printed 3D object, Linus has navigated the high seas of tech from the rocky shores of Åland to the sophisticated landscapes of Stockholm. His journey is a testament to what happens when you mix Swedish practicality with a dash of Nordic mystery. Linus isn't just a master of sales, strategic planning, and channel strategy; he's also a connoisseur of languages, wielding English, Swedish, and just enough Danish and Norwegian to be dangerous in most of Scandinavia.

But what truly sets Linus apart isn't just his ability to sell 3D printers like hotcakes in a winter market. It's his profound dedication to helping partners and customers not just to succeed but to excel in their 3D printing endeavors. From the trenches of advertising sales in Åland, where every islander now likely has a 3D printed mailbox, to the sophisticated corridors of Formlabs, Linus has been the beacon of innovation and the very model of a modern major general in the 3D printing world.

His secret sauce? A mix of relentless optimism, deep technical know-how, and the mysterious ability to navigate the complex ecosystem of tech sales with the grace of a Swedish elk. Linus has helped build key account structures from scratch, turned presales and aftersales into an art form, and even dabbled in HR and work safety because, well, someone's got to ensure that the 3D printers don't start a revolution.

As we welcome Linus to the stage, be prepared to dive deep into the realms of additive manufacturing and 3D printing, where he'll share insights gleaned from years of experience, sprinkled with the occasional dad joke, because being "sooo Swedish" means never taking yourself too seriously. Strap in for a journey to the future of technology with a guide who's as reliable as a Volvo, as innovative as Spotify, and as uniquely Swedish as a midsummer night's dream.

Nils-Erik Hedegaard

Prepare to be enlightened, entertained, and possibly even a bit educated, as we introduce a man whose career is as diverse as a Danish smorgasbord—Nils-Erik Hedegaard. As a Special Consultant at Herningsholm Erhvervsskole & Gymnasier in the heart of Denmark, Nils-Erik has worn more hats than a royal guard at Amalienborg Palace.

Nils-Erik's journey through the realms of education, consultancy, and even a stint as a warfare specialist (yes, you heard that right) makes him the Swiss Army knife of professionals—Danish edition, of course. From leading the charge at Kyocera Unimerco's Academy to mastering the art of aluminum production, his experiences are as rich and varied as the layers of a Danish pastry.

But it's not just his professional life that's packed with adventure and achievement. Nils-Erik has navigated the educational seas with the skill of a Viking, leading Herningsholm Erhvervsskole & Gymnasier through the fjords of knowledge and learning with a steady hand and a keen eye for innovation. Under his guidance, learners have embarked on voyages of discovery, armed not with swords and shields but with the tools and technologies that are shaping our future.

With a background that blends technical weaponry with the nuances of marketing and educational leadership, Nils-Erik is uniquely equipped to talk about the intersection of technology, learning, and maybe how to prepare for a Viking invasion (just in case). His tenure as a Warfare Specialist adds a layer of intrigue; after all, it's not every day you meet a man who can discuss both the finer points of educational policy and the mechanics of technical weaponry.

As Nils-Erik takes the stage, expect a presentation that's as informative as it is engaging, peppered with insights drawn from a career that spans the gamut from production management to educational leadership. And, given his diverse background, don't be surprised if he teaches us all a thing or two about the art of navigating life's challenges with the poise of a seasoned educator and the strategic mind of a military specialist.

So, strap in and ready your notebooks (or shields, if you're feeling particularly Norse), as we dive into a session with Nils-Erik Hedegaard that promises to be as enlightening as it is unforgettable. After all, in the world of Tech Days, it's not just about exploring the future of technology—it's about learning from those who've charted their own unique courses through the annals of innovation and education.

Anders Wolff

Ladies and gentlemen, gather round as we prepare to dive deep into the fascinating world of additive manufacturing with none other than Anders Wolff, the maestro of 3D printing and scanning from SolidPrint 3D Denmark. With a career that reads like an adventure novel in the tech world, Anders has journeyed from the realms of industrial technology and CNC programming to become a beacon of innovation in the additive manufacturing landscape.

Imagine a world where precision meets creativity, and technical prowess joins forces with visionary thinking. This is where Anders thrives, seamlessly blending his expertise in CNC operations with the boundless possibilities of 3D printing. As a Technical Sales Specialist, he's not just selling a product; he's championing a revolution, guiding businesses through the digital transformation of their production processes with a mix of enthusiasm and unparalleled skill.

Anders's career path is a testament to the power of evolution. Starting as an Industrial Technician specialized in CNC programming, he ascended to become the Head of Purchasing for Cutting Tools, showcasing his knack for strategic purchasing and supply chain management. Today, he stands at the forefront of additive manufacturing, armed with a deep understanding of 3D design and printing, ready to lead businesses into the future.

But it's not just his technical skills that set Anders apart. It's his open-minded attitude, his commitment to workplace happiness, and his relentless pursuit of knowledge. He's a firm believer in the transformative potential of additive manufacturing, and his customer-centric approach ensures that every solution not only meets but exceeds expectations.

As Anders takes the stage, be prepared to be inspired by his journey, his insights, and his vision for a future where additive manufacturing is not just an option but a cornerstone of production across industries. Whether you're a fellow professional in the tech world or a business looking to embrace the future, Anders's presentation is a golden opportunity to explore how we can harness the power of AM to revolutionize our work and our world.

So, let's give a warm welcome to a true pioneer in the field, a professional who embodies the spirit of innovation and the promise of technology to make our lives better—Mr. Anders Wolff.

Amalie Kaysen

Amalie has a background in engineering, founded in product development and innovation. She works with Danish SME’s to help identify the sustainable benefits of using additive technologies in their business. Amalies work is centered around the CO2e calculator developed by Danish AM Hub, with which she works to identify when AM is a more sustainable technology and to help producers identify how they can create more sustainable products using additive manufacturing.