Dr Jelena Aleksic from Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd will give a talk titled: Repair3D – Recycling and Repurposing of Plastic Waste for Advanced 3D Printing Applications at the Additive Manufacturing Climate Action Conference, taking place online on the 24 June 2022.

The Repair3D 2nd Project Review Meeting (M36), took place on the 27-28 January 2022. The meeting was hosted online by the project coordinator, The Warrant Hub. Representatives from all partners attended the meetings, where the progress of the project from the last 18 months was presented to an external expert designated by the European Commission.

Repair3D partner IRES participated as an exhibitor in FORMNEXT 2021. This was a great opportunity to discuss about the H2020 REPAIR3D project to interested visitors to their booth.
FORMNEXT is the international meeting point for additive manufacturing and industrial 3D printing.

 

The Repair3D Partners NTUA and RTI Jules, will represent the project at the Final conference of the SmartFan Project (SICS 2021) “Smart and intelligent composite structures for innovative industrial applications“, held on the 8-9 December 2021 at Lavrion Technological Cultural Park, Attica (Greece). The SICS 2021 Conference will be a hybrid event

Jules’ presentation is titled: Ready-to-use recycled carbon fibers decorated with magnetic nanoparticles: combination between recycling and functionalization using supercritical fluid chemistry

While NTUA’s presentation and poster are titled:

  • Reclamation of continuous carbon-fibre from thermoplastic composites by local induction heating
  • Inductive thermal effect on thermoplastic nanocomposites with magnetic nanoparticles for self-healing, bonding and debonding on demand applications