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Additive Manufacturing (AM) process chain for metallic materials

Setting up an industrial additive manufacturing process chain for metal components

PAID LIVE VIRTUAL TRAINING SCHEDULE

  • 22nd to 23rd October 2020: Additive manufacturing (AM) process chain for metallic materials training
    2 pm to 6 pm SGT | 8 am to 12 pm CEST | 2 Days

This module is part of a bundled training course, the iAM Engineer certificate line.

ABOUT THE COURSE

This paid course focuses on establish or optimising the process chain for metallic materials in your Additive Manufacturing (AM). 
 
Additive manufacturing (AM) with metals plays a role in many classic industrial sectors. From the aviation industry to special mechanical engineering, great potential is seen in the various processes. Innovative business models create added value for the customer or ensure more efficient logistics and production processes. 
In order to enable high-quality production, a large number of parameters must be observed and controlled along the process chain. The process steps up to the finished component must be clearly defined and the mutual interrelationships must be clear to all parties involved.

Duration: 2 Virtual Sessions (4hr each)

 

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN FROM THE COURSE?

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
This training will show you how you can successfully establish a process chain for metallic materials in your company or optimise your existing process chain. In addition to the broad spectrum of possible applications and technical possibilities, you will be given a basis for knowing and monitoring quality-relevant steps

Topics to be covered in this course include: 

  • Available technologies and materials in the AM-metal sector and industrial applicability
  • Framework conditions and classification of process chain
  • A holistic overview of the metal AM process chain including pre- and post-processing
  • Information on current standards and ongoing standardization activities with focus on printing metals 
  • DIN SPEC 17071 as a guideline for solid AM production and for the qualification of process chains
  • Information on quality and production management, including customer, production and company management.
  • Many practice-oriented use cases, including medical technology, railway industry and pressure equipment, provide inspiration for rethinking one's own business models.

WHAT IS THE COURSE METHODOLOGY?

Participants will learn through lectures, case studies, group exercises, discussions and workshop elements.

WHO SHOULD TAKE THE COURSE?

This course is specially designed for quality managers, technology newcomers, companies from all sectors who are thinking of setting up their own AM production with metal, decision-makers who want to find out about the potential of additive production in the metals sector.

Prerequisite: Basic understanding of AM.

 

WHO IS THE COURSE ADVISOR?

The course content and structure are designed by the domain experts from TÜV SÜD.

With immense experience and knowledge in the relevant standards, our team of product specialists and technical experts at TÜV SÜD, developed the course content based on current business landscape and market requirements.

 

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ENROLLING IN THIS COURSE?

  • You will receive comprehensive information and knowledge about the structure, implementation and processes in the AM process chain with a focus on metallic materials.
  • You will be inspired to rethink products and business models and to react to trends.

 

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