About the Course
The design principles for additive manufacturing are different from conventional manufacturing methods. To fully leverage the capabilities of AM, a new design approach is required. This webinar will help you to understand the unique design opportunities associated with additive manufacturing, as well as the challenges. The webinar covers the design concepts applicable to AM, and design rules that can be used to manufacture parts using AM processes. Attendees will receive an introduction to design validation and also an understanding of ASTM F42 standards for design.
By the end of this course learners will be able to:
- Understand the concepts and objectives for AM design
- Understand the design approach to Additive Manufacturing
- Apply design considerations for unique design features in AM
- Understand key design rules applied for AM design
- Have knowledge of existing standards that can be applied for AM design
Who Should Attend
This webinar is intended for Design engineers, Manufacturing Engineers, Research Engineers, Product designers, AM technicians, and CAD operators.
ASTM Standards Referenced
The following ASTM Standards are referenced in this webinar:
- ISO/ASTM52910 Additive manufacturing – Design – Requirements, guidelines and recommendations
- SO/ASTM52911-1 Additive manufacturing – Design – Part 1: Laser-based powder bed fusion of metals
- ISO/ASTM52911-2 Additive manufacturing – Design – Part 2: Laser-based powder bed fusion of polymers
- ISO/ASTM 52915 Specification for Additive Manufacturing File Format (AMF)
- ASTM F3413 Guide for Additive Manufacturing – Design – Directed Energy Deposition
The fee for this one and a half hour webinar is $49. After registering you will receive an email within two to three business days with information about how to access the webinar. In addition to the webinar, you’ll get 7-day access to a recording of the webinar.
David Rosen is a Professor in the School of Mechanical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Additionally, he is the Research Director of the Digital Manufacturing and Design Centre at the Singapore University of Technology & Design. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Massachusetts in mechanical engineering. His research interests lie at the intersection of design, manufacturing, and computing with a specific focus on additive manufacturing (AM), computer-aided design, and design methodology. He has industry experience, working as a software engineer at Computervision Corp. and a Visiting Research Scientist at Ford Research Laboratories. He is a Fellow of ASME and has served on the ASME Computers and Information in Engineering Division Executive Committee. He serves as the chair of the ASTM F42.04 subcommittee on design for additive manufacturing. In 2013, he received the Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, International Freeform and Additive Manufacturing Excellence (FAME) Award. He is the co-author of a leading textbook in the AM field.