€450,000 AVAILABLE FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING SMES THROUGH HORIZON 2020 PROGRAM

3D Printing Industry | 8/20/2019 | Anas Essop
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AMable, an EU Horizon 2020 program accelerating the adoption of additive manufacturing, has announced the third open call grant of €450,000 for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) using 3D printing.

Aiming to support SMEs integrating additive manufacturing in various sectors, including healthcare, automotive and aerospace, the grant hopes to facilitate development of new products while driving competitiveness in Europe.

Head - Protection - Device - Photo - AMable

An AMable-made 3D printed featherlight head protection device. Photo via AMable.

Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation program, with the capacity to allocate €80 billion of funding over 7 years. Co-ordinated by leading German research institute Fraunhofer ILT, AMable is a consortium within Horizon 2020 specifically dedicated to additive manufacturing. Its interest in the technology revolve around development to ease the strain on logistical chains, storage, environmental impact, and goods insurance, while increasing products and employment at the SME level.

Year - AMable - Call - Funding - SMEs

Earlier this year, AMable’s call offered approximately €300,000 in funding to SMEs in the 3D printing industry. As a result, several customizable product ideas arose from various sectors. This includes the AMAC...
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