Are you attending the Materials Science & Technology conference October 14-18 in Columbus, Ohio? If so, take advantage of the TMS-sponsored Hands-on Additive Manufacturing Workshop being offered at the Columbus headquarters of EWI and Fabrisonic on Sunday, October 14, 8:30 am-12:00 noon.
The workshop will be lead by a team of EWI and Fabrisonic AM specialists with a wide variety of experience in all current AM processes. Participants will have the opportunity to not only see, but also to touch, smell, and hear the various processes in action and observe the construction of relevant parts being built. Featured areas will include:
- Powder bed fusion
- Directed energy deposition (blown powder and wire fed arc)
- 3D printing with arc welding
- Laser cold-wire
- Sheet lamination (ultrasonic additive manufacturing)
Developed to supplement TMS’s successful and long-running Additive Manufacturing and Materials Processes Workshop (an introductory-level additive-related professional development program, which will also be offered at MS&T18), this half-day workshop offers an opportunity to connect theory with application. Transportation from the MS&T meeting to EWI/Fabrisonic will be provided. Those interested in additive manufacturing technologies with a lack of machine experience will benefit the most from this program, regardless of career level or background.
To register for the Hands-on Additive Manufacturing Workshop, click here.
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