Early bird registration now open for ASL’s Atomisation for Metal Powders course

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June 26, 2024

June 26, 2024

L to R: Course lecturers Dirk Aderhold, Tom Williamson and John Dunkley (Courtesy Atomising Systems)
L to R: Course lecturers Dirk Aderhold, Tom Williamson and John Dunkley (Courtesy Atomising Systems)

Registration for the two-day Atomisation for Metal Powders short course, organised by Atomising Systems Ltd, is now open. The course is scheduled to take place in Manchester, UK, September 26-27, 2024, and those registering before August 1 will receive an early-bird discount of 10%. There are also discounts for multiple bookings from the same company.

John Dunkley (Chairman of ASL), Dirk Aderhold (Technical Director at ASL) and Tom Williamson (R&D Manager at ASL) will present the intensive two-day course, now in its sixteenth year.

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The Atomisation for Metal Powders course combines up-to-date practical information with theory, and is of value to engineers working in both metal powder production and R&D. Coverage of powder production, testing and properties for Additive Manufacturing has been expanded in line with the interests of many participants.

Revisions to this year’s content reflect growing interest in Additive Manufacturing and other advanced manufacturing and special alloy powders. The course covers:

  • Systems engineering of entire plants, melting to cooling, drying, dewatering, sieving, conveying, feeding etc.
  • The factors affecting the relative attractiveness of atomisation and alternative methods
  • Both current practice and key areas of current interest in advanced manufacturing, including the main atomisation techniques in current use and powder requirements for different applications, in particular Additive Manufacturing
  • The principles of atomisation and the physical processes involved when atomising different metals
  • Manufacturing different metal alloy powders, including Ti alloys

Download full information PDF here.

To register for the event, click here.

www.atomising.co.uk

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