The Takeaways From Additive Manufacturing - A Powder Metallurgical Perspective

12 Feb 2019
Cardiff

 The Takeaways from Additive Manufacturing, a Powder Metallurgical Perspective

by

Keith Murray

Sandvik Materials Technology

Sandvik has been involved in the additive manufacturing industry since its inception. As Business Development Manager – Powders, Keith Murray has had extensive experience of developing, in collaboration with customers, a diverse range of alloy systems for additive manufacturing applications across a wide range of industries.

 

The past 3-4 years has seen a transition in the use of Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) techniques from prototyping to series production. There remain a number of technical challenges that need to be resolved in order to increase adoption of the technology across a wider range of markets, both in terms of the process technology itself as well as consumable metal powders

The talk will provide an overview of the current AM technological landscape for metals before going on to examine a number of the current material challenges including, powder characterisation, alloy design and optimisation and powder recycling.

 

Date: Tuesday, 12th February 2019 at 6.00pm

Coffee available from 5:30 pm, free buffet and networking to follow.

 

Venue: Cardiff University School of Engineering, 

Please different room than normal!

South Building, 14-17, The Parade, CF24 3AA, Room S1–32 directions from University gatehouse. Parking available.

RSVP to :-  nick.webb@cogent-power.com

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Venue and booking

Event Location: 
Room S1.32 South Building
Cardiff University School of Engineering
14-17 The Parade
Cardiff
CF24 3AA
United Kingdom
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