On December 3, 2021, the Scientific Day of the French Ceramics Group took place in Tarbes.
Opened by Professor Jacques Poirier, President of the GFC, the day began with a welcome from Mr. Pascal Claverie, 1st Deputy Mayor of Tarbes, recalling the importance of the local technical ceramics industry.
Fifty participants from all over France and abroad were captivated by conferences unanimously recognised as being of high quality:
HYBRID and COMPOSITE ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
IMPRESSING AND FRITTING OF ALUMINUM ZIRCON COMPOSITES BY FDM(ICMCB J.M.Heintz)
ELABORATION OF 3D MULTI-MATERIAL PARTS BY ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING (IRCER V.Pateloup)
SYNERGIES BETWEEN R&D AND INDUSTRY(3DCeram R.Gaignon)
THE PDC PATH (PRECERAMIC POLYMERS): A projection towards the production of complex shaped ceramic parts by 3d printing (IRCER S.Bernard)
CERAMIC FILAMENTS FOR FDM(NANOE G. De Calan)
4D PRINTING: Bringing life to additive manufacturing? (LRGP J.C.André)
DELIANTAGE: Constraints, issues and perspectives (ENS Mines St Etienne F.Valdivieso)
DIGITAL SIMULATION-OPTIMISATION TOPOLOGY: essential tools for AF (ENIT L. Arnaud)
SIMULATION OF FRITTING OF 3D PRINTED CERAMICS(ENSICAEN C.Manière)
MANUFACTURING CUSTOM CERAMICS IN FRANCE BY 3D PRINTING (Novadditive Vincent Poirier)