TCT Conference Stage［East hall 3］
Feb. 3, 2023 (Fri.)
TCT Japan Conference Day 3【OPTIMIZATION - BREAKTHROUGHS AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES】
【Organizer】JTB Communication Design / Rapid News Publications
【Time】10:30-15:00 Pre-Registration required Free
The TCT Conference delivers deep technical know-how and inspirational application studies across the spectrum of Additive Manufacturing and 3D technologies.
Speakers from Japan, Europe and USA will deliver a truly global perspective ensuring your time out of the workplace will be of maximum value.
Day 1：【10:20-14:30, 1st Feb.】
EVALUATION - AM：GLOBAL INDUSTRY OVERVIEW AND BUSINESS CONSIDERATIONS
Day 2：【11:15-13:15, 2nd Feb.】
ADOPTION - APPLICATIONS
Day 3：【10:30-15:00, 3rd Feb.】
OPTIMIZATION - BREAKTHROUGHS AND FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES
3D Printing Architecture: Towards Circularity and Resource Efficiency in Architecture by AM
10:30-11:00 Pre-Registration required Free
Singapore University of Technology & Design
Architecture and Sustainable Design
AIRLAB: Architectural Intelligence Research Lab
Prof. Carlos Banon
Carlos BANON is an architect specializing in Digital Design and Advanced Manufacturing methods within the built environment. Banon is the Director of Airlab, Co-Founder of Subarquitectura Architects, and Associate Professor of Architecture and Sustainable Design at SUTD.
He also held visiting professorships at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and EPFL Lausanne. His research projects span Architectural Tectonics with Additive Manufacturing, Material Efficiency and Structural Performance Methods, Design for the Circular Economy, and Geometric Exploration for Sustainable Space Making.
His work has been selected for two editions of the Venice Biennale of Architecture and has won international awards such as the Design of the Year Prize by the London Design Museum, the Gold and Silver Medal by the International Paralympic and Olympic Committees, two Spanish Biennial Prizes, a Mies van der Rohe Prize Nomination, winner of the German Design Award and the Iconic Awards of Innovative Architecture, four Singapore Good Design Awards. His recent work was awarded the Singapore President Design Award in 2021.
The session investigates the application of AM as functional components on an architectural scale for complex designs, structures, and products, with theoretical and practical implications across scales and materials. Through a series of built designs, the talk explores how digital design and additive manufacturing expands architectural practice to address environmental problems such as circularity, the transformation of waste into space, and the utilization of more adaptive and resource-efficient design strategies.
Anisotropic Custom Design by Metal 3D Printing
11:00-11:30 Pre-Registration required Free
Division of Materials and Manufacturing Science, Graduate School of Engineering
Prof. Hiroyuki Yasuda
Introduction of "The Japanese Institute of Additive Manufactuing"
11:30-12:00 Pre-Registration required Free
Mr. Maekawa Atushi
Development of functional transparent silica glass with various shape using 3D laser fabrication method
12:00-12:30 Pre-Registration required Free
Global Innovation Center KYUSHU UNIVERSITY
Prof. SHIGERU FUJINO
1997, Dr. of Engineering, Kyushu University
1997-1998 JSPS(Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) research fellow,
1998-2006 Assistant Professor,Kyushu university
2000-2001 Visiting researcher,Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,CA, U.S.A
2006-2012 Associate Professor,Kyushu university
2012-present Professor,Kyushu university
2012-present Reserch fellow,Tokyo university
Silica glass attracts considerable interest because of its excellent properties of low thermal expansion, chemical durability and mechanical strength, and high transmittance in the vacuum-ultraviolet to near-infrared region. As a result, silica glass is used for optical component, electric device etc. However, it has been extremely difficult to process glass with ultra-precision and complex shapes. In this study, we have developed glass with complex shapes using 3D laser fabrication method.
Frontiers in Topology Optimization
13:00-13:30 Pre-Registration required Free Full
The University of Tokyo
Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Strategic Studies, Institute of Engineering Innovation and Department of Mechanical Engineering
Prof. Takayuki Yamada
From October 2010 to April 2012, he was an assistant professor of the department of mechanical science and engineering, Nagoya university, Japan. From May 2012 to February 2020, he was an assistant professor of the department of mechanical engineering and Science, Kyoto university Japan. From March 2022, he is an associate professor of the department of strategic studies, institute of engineering innovation, graduate school of engineering, the university of Tokyo (UTokyo).
Current Status and Future Prospects of Powder Bed Fusion Bonded Metal Fabrication Technology Using Electron Beam
13:30-14:00 Pre-Registration required Free
Institute for Materials Research
Prof. Chiba AKIHKO
A Practical Guide to 3D Printing
14:00-14:30 Pre-Registration required Free Full
Japan 3D Printing Industrial Technology Association
Mr. Kiyoshi Yamaguchi
I will explain the basic technology of resin 3D printers.
In addition, I will explain the relationship between each method of 3D printer and the materials that can be used.
Why does simple FDM (MEX) printing fail with ABS even though success with PLA ?
I answer these questions that we usually feel when using a 3D printer.
3D Printing Technical and Business Trend in Europe and US
14:30-15:00 Pre-Registration required Free Full
Japan 3D Printing Industrial Technology Association
Mr. Hideaki Oba
More than 30years expertise in optical recording media development, international standardization, R&D management division. Since 2016, involved in research activity for overseas technical and business trend on Additive Manufacturing.
Latest technology and business trend report from overseas trade fair will be presented.
Why is it necessary to form a network with digital manufacturing technology at its core in order to solve recent social issues?
15:00-15:30 Pre-Registration required Free
Open Innovation Platform
General Creative Manager, Professor of Industry Relations
Dr. Sakai Shinri