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Cell3Ditor organizes a joint workshop entitled: "Manufacturing success: cost down and quality up"

Manufacturing is a key enabler in building up a sound European technology base for the energy transition, and multiple scientific fields are challenged in transferring concept to mass product. This workshop will cultivate common approaches through collaboration between two FCH-JU funded projects (qSOFC and Cell3Ditor), the EERA Joint Programme for Nuclear Materials and FCH, and the SPIRE Association, to assess the manufacturing processes of tomorrow for high-temperature materials. It will provide a platform where scientists, entrepreneurs, industry and policy makers can discuss advances and performance criteria as well as break-through approaches in high-temperature material manufacturing, inspection and quality assurance.

Solid oxide cells (SOC) cover a vast number of potential applications in diverse fields: building heat and power, power generation, energy storage and transportation. Industrial manufacturing of SOC systems is a reality, but volumes are still low and costs are high: manual labour within the fabrication process, multiple sintering steps and high scrap rates.

qSOFC pursues mass-manufacturing by automatization of state-of-the-art processes and automated in-line inspection methodologies for improving the reliability of stack fabrication. Cell3Ditor proposes a multi-material 3D printing technology that is a disruptive innovation of the SOFC stack manufacturing paradigm.

Cell3Ditor in collaboration with qSOFC (both FCH-JU funded projects) co-organize an exciting event for this autumn. The workshop will take place on December 11th 2019 at the Royal Continental Hotel in Naples, Italy, co-located with the 8th European Fuel Cell Conference.

Registration is compulsory and free of charge.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/joint-workshop-qsofc-cell3ditor-eera-tickets-77087565985

Find more information and the agenda of the event in the "Downloads" section of our webpage.

Naples, Italy