A model of the new 2,300 m² facility.
A model of the new 2,300 m² facility.

The FADZ Research and Application Centre for Digital Future Technologies, based in Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts plans to open a new €8.4 million facility focusing on additive manufacturing (AM).

The new 2,300 m² facility, based in Lichtenfels, Germany, will hold a new master's program covering AM and lightweight engineering set up by the university.

Besides the program, FADZ intends the facility to be used as an application platform for industrial and craft businesses from the region.

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