Resolve additive manufacturing quality control issues with both particle size & shape analysis

15 Jun, 2022 | Newsletters
Resolve additive manufacturing quality control issues with both particle size & shape analysis
WEBINAR: 23 June 2022 @ 4pm (Sydney) 
Additive manufacturing (AM) is cited as one of the most disruptive technologies of 21st century, as it can be used to produce highly complex parts while reducing waste when compared to traditional subtractive methods. Properties such as particle size, particle shape, and particle morphology of raw materials are crucial  as they affect the packing behaviour and flow characteristics of the powders which can significantly impact the quality of the final product.

This webinar will outline how laser diffraction (Mastersizer 3000) together with imaging ( Hydro Insight & Morphologi 4) offer a highly effective method for assessing the overall quality of the raw materials used in AM. We will also look at powder recycling in powder bed fusion AM processes and how to achieve the required ISO norms and adhere to the ASTM standards for feedstock analysis. 
Can’t attend live? Register anyway to receive a recording. 
Mind the gaps – safe steps to qualifying AM processes and products
This talk will cover the development of AM standards and how these can be utilised to support qualification and certification.


Shape up: Learn why particle shape and size are critical for Additive Layer Manufacturing
This webinar looks at the relevance of particle size and shape to the AM process and how to measure them.

Explore 3D printing materials science with Professor Rigoberto Advincula
Delve deeper into AM and specific polymeric applications, and touch on how the field overlaps with the use of gel permeation chromatography for polymer characterisation. 


Check for microstructural defects in additive manufacturing using X-ray diffraction
In this webinar, Dr. Olga Narygina will discuss the importance of XRD for metal additive manufacturing, including powder and component analysis. 
  WANT MORE?  For a full overview of the 2022 webinar program, click here.  To watch any of last year’s webinars, take a look at the full program recordings here.
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