Metallurgy for Additive Manufacturing
July 22 - July 25
The technical and educational resources of ASM International have come together to help close the growing void of materials and materials safety training in the Additive Manufacturing field. “Metallurgy for Additive Manufacturing” is a four-day course designed to help students learn the similarities between polymer and metal AM, Powder Metallurgy basics, business aspects and industry trends, safety considerations, and much more.
If you are interested in transitioning from polymers to metals, looking to expand your knowledge in the growing Additive Manufacturing industry, or want to learn the basics to help you better understand your products, then this course is critical for your success.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?:
- Individuals looking to learn more about AM for metals
- Sales personnel wanting to gain a working knowledge of this topic area
- Business Leadership and Managers
- Engineers and QA personnel interested in gaining metals Additive Manufacturing knowledge
- Anyone new to Additive Manufacturing or Powder Metallurgy
- Supply Chain personnel
- Understand how metals are made stronger, how they behave and how the properties can be altered
- Describe the primary application for several nonferrous metals and alloys
- Describe the fundamentals of Powder Metallurgy
- Access metal powder requirements, production, and characterization
- Discuss the various techniques used in the AM process, including powder bed fusion, vat polymerization, direct energy deposition, etc.
- Heat treating, F/A testing and verification of AM parts will be discussed throughout