To integrate seamlessly additive, subtractive, metrology and cold work capabilities into a single machine featuring an advanced control system.
To develop the software capability for generation of tool paths and sequences for a parallel process multi-head system.
To enable creation of mixed-material structure using compatible as well as incompatible materials for increased functionality of the part and locally tailored mechanical properties.
To ensure the components’ structural integrity by allowing in-process non-destructive testing and repair of defects by layer machining.
Latest News from LASIMM
Latest Project Updates & Developments
The Large Additive Subtractive Integrated Modular Machine (LASIMM) project is today announcing a major milestone in its development. One of the world’s largest hybrid manufacturing machines, which features unique metal additive and subtractive capabilities, is now ready to buildJan 20, 2019
The LASIMM partners gathered for the project consortium meeting and the interim review meeting, which took place during April 10th and 12th. The consortium was delighted to welcome the participation of European Commission representatives.Jun 19, 2018
The EWF 25th anniversary, which consisted of one week with several conferences and meetings to debate on the future of European Industry, also hosted the conference European Strategic Approach on Additive Manufacturing.Dec 19, 2017
On April 5th and 6th the project partners gathered together in BAE Systems (UK) for the second Consortium Meeting.Apr 22, 2017
Reducing costs, improving efficiency and production flexibility are core pillars to improve Europe’s industrial competitiveness. But how can it be achieved?...Dez 22, 2016
On 9th of November, Albert Borschette Congress Center hosted the Additive Manufacturing European Forum #AMEF2016...Jan 2, 2017
During the 12th and 13th of December, a project meeting took place in London, where all the partners were present to discuss the next steps of the project development ...Jan 2, 2017