In November 2021, the German cMFD, consisting of Fraunhofer FIT, MakerSpace Bonn and ZENIT GmbH, performed their Service Offering (Live-Prototyping Workshop) with Rossbach-Wojtun, an SME with approximately 10 employees. The Live-Prototyping Service consisted of two in-person meetings. 

During the first meeting, the CEO of the company was present and hosted a tour within its premises. There was also time for an ideation and prioritisation session. The second meeting took place at the premises of MakerSpace Bonn. The company was given a tour of the space, received a deep-dive consultation on 3Dprinting technology and was able to test-print an object. 

The CEO of Rossbach-Wojtun showed interest in further contributing to improving the Service offered by the German CMDF. Thus, the company was also invited to the Fraunhofer FIT facilities, to further discuss a new vision and new ideas for this Service.

This additional meeting was very beneficial for the iPRODUCE project, as based on its outcomes there was a redefinition of this particular workshop. There was also an improvement on the communication materials, to better express to the customers what they may expect.


10 February 2022
Samuel Almeida
Related to: German cMDF – Live-Prototyping Workshop
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