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Projects connected to the Application Center for Additive Manufacturing

RISE and the Application Center for Additive Manufacturing are involved in various projects within the field of additive manufacturing. Here you find details about ongoing projects, completed projects, and student thesis projects.

Ongoing projects


BRAVE aims to develop an integrated, experimental and digital framework, combining the capabilities of the commercial material and process modelling software tools, for optimisation of the AM value-chain.

3D-Action 2.0

The 3D-Action 2.0 project serves as a catalyst to raise awareness and knowledge about additive manufacturing and its benefits for small and medium-sized businesses in Västra Götaland.


The MATER-AM project aims to propel the transition towards resource-efficient, resilient and, circular supply chains within the framework of Swedish export companies.


Using additive manufacturing, LAMBADA aims to develop an ultra-lightweight and scalable battery pack with improved cooling capacity. 


The purpose of the LSAM-SAFE project is to develop a lighter design and more sustainable production of the sea rescue vessel The RescueRunner, for Safe at Sea AB, and to take steps towards a more circular value chain.


SuRF-LSAM merges previous projects, OCEAN-LSAM and SPARSAM, to implement a circular economy microfactory concept by establishing two microfactories in Sweden and Portugal.


Innovative modelling strategies for additive manufacturing processes (iMAT) aims to increase the competitiveness of the manufacturing industry by utilising advanced digital tools and systems to further develop sustainable additive manufacturing (AM) for challenging components.


The project aims to strengthen the knowledge in additive manufacturing along the entire value chain. Increased knowledge and collaboration between industry, academia and research institute is valuable for companies operating in the region, and for research and innovation capacity in general.


The project investigates the robustness of the Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) process,  with a focus on the integrity of thin walls and narrow channels.

Are you interested in doing your master thesis work together with us?

Please contact us if you are interested in doing your project with us in additive manufacturing. Contact Marie-Louise Bergholt, see contact info below.

Marie-Louise Bergholt

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Marie-Louise Bergholt

Director Application Center for Additive Manufacturing

+46 10 516 60 85

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