Additive Manufacturing Lab, in the area of 3D printing, approved under the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth
This project approved under the national call issued by the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth and supported as a result of the MoU objectives between Clean Sky and the Region Västra Götaland
Additive manufacturing lab : University West was granted regional funding to set up a lab for additive manufacturing at the manufacturing technology centre Innovatum in Trollhättan, Sweden (region Västra Götaland).
Project objective: The 3D printing in metal that will contribute to reducing aviation emissions, strengthen the Swedish aviation research and the West Swedish industry. This equipment will be used in the development of GKN’s (Clean Sky member) lightweight structural engine parts for the engine demonstrators in Clean Sky 2.
- Budget: € 1.7 million total public funding + 50% from industry in-kind contribution
Clean Sky synergies Scenario 1&2: Capacity building and parallel funding within a thematic approach