In the Additive Manufacturing process, attention to detail is crucial – from the initial powder to the final product.
Join the webinar and find out how CARBOLITE GERO, ELTRA, QATM, MICROTRAC MRB, and RETSCH equipment assists in optimizing the numerous production steps required to achieve the desired results.
PARTICLE SIZE REDUCTION AND PARTICLE SIZE SEPARATION IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING APPLICATIONS
Presented by: Dr. Gerhard Beckers, Application Specialist RETSCH
Handling of sprues, nonconforming products and powders for additive manufacturing. Examples for use of crushers, mills and sieve shakers. Removal of oversized particles and quality control of various powders for subsequent processes.
CHARACTERIZATION OF METAL POWDERS IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: SIZE AND SHAPE, DENSITY, SURFACE AREA, AND POROSITY
Presented by: Jörg Westermann, International Sales and Product Development
In this presentation we outline briefly which ISO standards are applicable for the characterization of metal powders for AM, and explain the related methods and instruments. Application examples demonstrate how the instruments are applied for QC and research by our customers.
ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS FOR QUALITY CONTROL IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Presented by: Dr. Andre Klostermeier; Product Manager und Application Specialist, ELTRA GmbH
The analysis of carbon, sulfur as well as of oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen is required for a wide range of materials, because these elements influence physical properties like hardness, ductility and brittleness. Elemental analyzers from ELTRA are used worldwide for the analysis of metal powders and additively manufactured products.
HEAT TREATMENT IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: DEBINDING AND SINTERING
Presented by: Dr. Timm Ohnweiler, International Sales and Product Development
Heat treatment in additive manufacturing is often underestimated. However, mainly for indirect methods, high quality debinding and sintering is the key for highest part quality. Carbolite Gero developed a complete product line to meet the challenging demands of all binder systems and its metallic or ceramic powders to perform the inevitable step of heat treatment after printing.
METALLOGRAPHIC PREPARATION AS PART OF THE QUALITY CONTROL PROCESS IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Presented by: Parham Gemagami, Product Management & Application Technology
The preparation of AM samples serves various purposes such as microstructure evaluation, pore measurement, phase analysis as well as layer evaluation. The intent of this webinar is not only to present the optimal metallographic preparation of AM samples, but also to illustrate some of the unique microstructures of these samples.