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Sectors: Industry, Innovation, New technologies

Beneficiaries: Corporations, Development NGOs, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Research centres, SMEs, Training centres, Universities

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for Proposals

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WE Funding – DG GROWTH – Promote…
Funds for: To establish a virtual support platform connecting a different 3D printing-related centres in Member States

Responsible: European Commission

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WE Funding – DG GROWTH – Promote…
Funds for: To establish a virtual support platform connecting a different 3D printing-related centres in Member States
Main beneficiaries: legal entities

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
– To support the development of a pan-European platform of existing facilities (including available infrastructure and services provided) that are used particularly by SMEs for testing, validating and eventually integrating new 3D printing solutions into their products and process;
– To identify and support 10 industrial user cases (through the platform) for testing and validating 3D printing solutions in different application fields;
– to make concrete recommendations on how to ensure the sustainability of this platform at EU level in the future, and conduct a gap analysis of available support services for 3D printing at national level

Priorities
– Activities foreseen under the project need to demonstrate a clear European added value by supporting European integration and transnational cooperation

Among financed actions
– WORKPACKAGE 1 – DATA COLLECTION, DATABASE DESIGN, AND ESTABLISHMENT OF THE PLATFORM;
– WORKPACKAGE 2 – TEST AND VALIDATION OF CONCRETE DEMONSTRATION 3D-PRINTING INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS;
– WORKPACKAGE 3 – GAP ANALYSIS AND DEVELOPMENT OF A SUSTAINABLE MODEL FOR THE FUTURE