PM Life – Additive Manufacturing Module

August 24, 2020

Dates
August 24, 2020 to August 28, 2020

Location
Dresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany

Event website
www.pmlifetraining.com/about/additive-manufacturing


 

For those wishing to gain profound insights into the current state of Additive Manufacturing technologies for metal and ceramic parts, including non-beam methods like binder jetting and fused filament fabrication, this is the perfect place to be.

The unique abundance of dedicated AM labs of four Fraunhofer institutes, as well as the strong industry presence, ensures that this intense course is up-to-date and of practical relevance. Important AM-related topics such as powder analysis, mechanical
testing of parts, life cycle assessment, and materials efficiency are also covered.

In addition to lectures given by experts from academia and industry, the program includes plant and lab visits as well as practical hands-on exercises.

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