Repair3D Partner, the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) established the 3DP-NTUA Hub, to work on the preparation of face shields and other consumables, in order to support the healthcare workers in Greece, in collaboration with dedicated Covid-19 Hospitals, during the difficult fight against the pandemic. More details can be found, following this link.
Repair3D Project had its 1st year review meeting hosted by IRT Jules Verne Technocampus Ocean in Nantes, on the 5th and 6th February, 2020.
Repair3D partners had the opportunity on these two-days meeting to present all Work Packages and discuss the progress of the project. The agenda included a guided tour of the Technocampus Ocean to visit to R&T facilities dedicated to additive manufacturing/metallic processes/robotics-cobotics activities, and a tour of the Technocampus Composites, to visit AIRBUS Technocentre and the R&T facilities dedicated to composites.
Several Repair3D Partners will attend the largest composites-focused trade show, JEC World 2021 held on 9-11 March at the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre in Paris, France. NTUA, ITENE, IRES, IRT Jules Verne, BIOG3D, EURECAT will have exhibition booths at this event.
Repair3D has joined the Plastics Circularity Multiplier Cluster. This is an initiative which seeks to improve value chain collaboration and create cross cooperation between EU Projects. Repair3D is one of the twenty one innovation projects, who have joined forces. The initiative aims at showcasing the synergies of EU-funded projects in the field of plastic circularity and coordinating communication and dissemination activities.
At November 6th, 2019, NTUA was invited to participate at the first DECOAT project workshop to present Repair3D project. The workshop was organized at ECOMONDO, at International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) boot, in Rimini, Italy. After initial session regarding DECOAT project, clustering session for ‘Circular Plastics’ followed. Crowdhelix initiative, Plastics Circularity Multiplier and linked projects have been presented, namely: React, MultiCycle and Repair3D. Afterwards, the networking session followed were participants have a technical discussion on recycling of plastics, coated plastics and textiles and benefits of clustering.
On Thursday, November 7th, 2019, NTUA participated with SMARTFAN, Repair3D and DECOAT projects at the Plastics Circularity Multiplier meeting held during the ECOMONDO fair. The meeting took place at the Savoia Hotel Rimini. Representatives from participating projects had an open discussion regarding the updates of current activities, planning next actions, Website, Infographics, the first year Core event and structure for the future.
On 3 June 2019, Repair3D participated together with other twelve ongoing European Projects on Plastics Circularity to explore possible synergies in a meeting organized by Demeto project and held at the EuPC offices in Brussels. During the workshop, the participants were invited to make a brief presentation of their projects, before focusing on the common regulatory and scale-up challenges. Keti Medarova-Bergstrom, Project adviser H2020 Eco-innovation-EASME, was also present at the meeting and provided valuable input for future collaboration and synergies.
The Repair3D Project has produced a poster which was displayed at the EuroNanoForum 2019 in Bucharest, Romania last June. The poster was presented at the event by National Technical University of Athens (NTUA).
The 6th Researcher’s Night took place on Friday, September 27, 2019 at the Historical Complex of NTUA. Researcher’s Night was celebrated in more than 370 European cities with at least 1.5 million visitors. At the National Technical University of Athens, the Researcher’s Night was celebrated with the participation of more than 13,000 citizens of Athens, focusing on young people, students and students, in co-operation with the Technical Chamber of Greece and with the support of the European Commission Delegation in Greece. This year the Researchers’ Night at NTUA has been harmonized with the European Sport Week, with a special tribute on “Sport: Heritage – Innovation”.
In a one of the exhibition halls R-Nano Lab had a booth, where Repair3D leaflets were shared. Moreover, since this year’s theme was sport, one of the Repair3D demonstrators model – ski boots – where demonstrated. The 3D printed ski-boots were included in the Treasure game that took place.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No. 814588.
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