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OpenHybrid partners met for the last meeting of the project

The Final Review Meeting with the EC’s Project and Monitor Officers took place in Brussels.

All the results achieved during this 3-year journey were presented along with the commercialisation routes expected for:
Two great AM machines with their extended capabilities and softwares!


The OPENHYBRID consortium final meeting @ MTC.

OpenHybrid has reached its end and after 3 years of hard work, excitement and several experiments… TWO MACHINES ARE READY TO OPERATE!
The final event was held at the MTC facilities on the 18th of September!
Thanks to the ones joining, specially to the presenters!
3 years of the best partnership we could have had!
OpenHybrid was only possible thanks to the amazing people joining this challenging and ambitious project! A big, special thanks to David Wimpenny & Mark Holden from the MTC for all the management and coordination, but also to TWI, ESI, BCT, PICASOFT, SIEMENS, CRF, WEIR, Fraunhofer IPT, GUDEL, GF and HMT!


The OPENHYBRID consortium met on the 24th and 25th of October in Turin at the CRF plant, for the M24 meeting.

All partners were represented during this two day meeting. The discussions were focussed on the planning of the final integrations of the platforms being delivered in 2019 and on the alignments of the final steps to be taken during the last year of the project. Dissemination and exploitation were not missed, with the end of the project approaching, more and more relevance has been given to these aspects! The consortium will meet again at the end of February 2019, in Switzerland, to see one of the OPENHYBRID platforms working.


OPENHYBRID at its 12th Month Meeting

Recently, the OPENHYBRID team joined again on MTC's facilities, from the 16th to the 18th April, this time to have an interim evaluation with the European Commission on the progress made so far.

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OPENHYBRID project moves on!

The OPENHYBRID 6th month meeting took place at Gudel Ag Langenthal, Switzerland (CH), on the 30th of March and at George Fisher (GF), Ipsach site (CH) on the 31st of March.

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