3D printing for demanding applications
ESS, Max IV, and IUC Syd/BigScience.dk invite everybody who is interested in the field of 3D printing to this workshop in Lund.
Attendance is free of charge and the programme contains presentations on a number of topics related to demanding applications for additive manufacturing.
Anyone with an interest in this field will be able to make new acquaintances, get to know companies that are active in 3D printing, and have fruitful discussions with leading authorities in the field.
Seminar on 3D printing for demanding applications
09.00 Registration and coffee
09.30 Cost – Process – Value – 3D Printing Opportunities in a Nutshell. Olaf Diegel, LTH
09.50 Design, Choice of Materials, Post-Processing, and Testing. Klaus Loft, Höjbjerre, Adimant
10.40 Metal Printing for Vacuum. Stewart Scott, STFC
11.00 Ceramics Printing – Aspects of Particular Interest. Emil Johansson, Swerea IVF
11.20 Chemical Reactivity in 3D printing. Zeeshan Ahmed, NIST (USA)
11.50 Additive Manufacturing of Neutron Shielding and Collimation Materials. Adrian Rennie, Uppsala University
12.10 Printing of Abrasive Materials Using a Ruby Tipped Nozzle. Daniel Ljungstig, 3D-verkstan
13.00 Additive Manufacturing with Extremely Durable Alloys. Ulrik Beste, VBN Components
13.20 3D-Printing for Jewellery and Archaeology. Frank Cooper, Birmingham City University
13.40 3D-Printing in Aluminium. Naja Tabrizian, DTI
14.00 Round Table Discussions
Elite Hotel Ideon, Scheelevägen 27, Lund, Sweden. Car park opposite the hotel, or bus nr 6 from Lund C