About the Event
To ensure the accelerated and successful adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) across a variety of industry sectors, those involved in AM technologies need a holistic understanding of the entire AM process and how they can benefit from standardized practices to ensure quality and consistency.
Those involved in AM technologies need a holistic understanding of the entire additive manufacturing (AM) process and how they can benefit from standardized practices to ensure quality, reliability, and accelerated successful adoption of AM in their industry sectors.
This one-day workshop will offer participants a unique and comprehensive snapshot of the entire AM value chain, including powder, design, processing, postprocessing, non-destructive inspection, qualification, and certification. The workshop will also address gaps in standardization and workforce development for AM technologies and how the newly formed ASTM AM Center of Excellence (AM CoE) is employing a combined approach of R&D and targeted standards development.
Who Should Attend
The workshop is open to all professionals in the AM community who want to learn about the latest AM standardized practices:
Industry representatives (including aerospace, medical, automotive, and defense)
Academics and researchers
Why You Should Attend
This workshop offers a unique opportunity to learn from and engage with leading experts in the AM technology field, while you can volunteer to participate in ongoing and future standard development activities. Each of the 12 interactive sessions is designed with industry needs in mind and will illustrate the role and value of standards to achieving accelerated product qualification and certification for AM.
You will also learn about the most current standards activities occurring within the AM technology space, as well as the unique role of the ASTM AM CoE in transitioning targeted AM R&D projects into standards, workforce education and training.
Opening Remarks and Announcements
AM Standardization Status at ISO/ASTM
Christian Seidel, Fraunhofer IGCV
Neil Harrison, LPW/Carpenter Additive
Design and Simulation for AM
Eujin Pei, Brunel University London
10:15 AM BREAK
DED Process Qualification
Stephane Janiszewski, BeAM/Add Up
Binder Jetting Process Development
Rick Lucas, ExOne
12:00 PM LUNCH
Multi-Material Metal Processing
Christian Seidel, Fraunhofer IGCV
Surface Characterization and Finishing
Alex Kitt, EWI
2:30 PM BREAK
Post Processing of Polymers
Florian Pfefferkorn, LuxYours
Non-Destructive Evaluation & Inspection
Ben Dutton, The MTC
Qualification of AM Polymeric Materials
Chris Holshouser, NIAR
4:45 PM BREAK
Safety for AM
Francois Richard, Pratt & Whitney Canada
Aerospace Certification Approaches
Simon Waite, EASA
Space Certification Approaches
Steffen Beyer, Ariane Group
Social Networking Event
Online registration is now open and will close on September 11th. The fees to attend this workshop are listed below.
Regular Registration after September 1st:
ASTM Members: $350.00
America Makes Members: $360.00
Please note: America Makes members of all level will receive a 10% discount on the registration fee before the 1st of September. Please use the special fee pricing to register.
Workshop presenters and sponsor representative(s), please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for registration.
If you have questions concerning online registration, please contact AM CoE at email@example.com Tel: 610-832-9677, or ASTM Technical Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-909-2786 (domestic) or 610-832-9578 (international).
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Continuing Education Units
Earn Program Credit
This workshop is the second offering of the ASTM AM CoE's new Education & Workforce Development (E&WD) Program, which will provide training opportunities for various levels of the AM workforce. This workshop will build towards a comprehensive, longer term Training Certificate endorsed by the ASTM AM CoE.
Each participant in this second workshop will receive a Verification of Completion that may be applied as credit toward earning a Training Certificate through the new E&WD program, which will be aligned with the principles outlined in ASTM E2659 (Standard Practice for Certificate Programs).
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Technical Chair Contact Information
For additional information on this workshop please contact:
Dr.-Ing. Christian Seidel
Head of Additive Manufacturing
Tel: +49 821 90678-127
For more information, including workshop location, schedules, and hotels, please click September 2019 meeting in France
The suggested hotel options listed in the previous information packet are listed below.