CANCELLED - AM Lunch seminar: Ceramics additive manufacturing: from lab research to a mature technology adapted to mass production
- Date: –13:00
- Location: Ångströmlaboratoriet, Lägerhyddsvägen 1 Polhemsalen
- Lecturer: Rouslan Svintsitski, 3DCeram-SINTO, France
- Organiser: Additive manufacturing initiative at the Ångström laboratory
- Contact person: Erik Lewin
Seminar cancelled, we hope to re-schedule at a later date.
Rouslan Svintsitski from the company 3DCeram will give a presentation entitled "Ceramics additive manufacturing: from lab research to a mature technology adapted to mass production"
This seminar has been cancelled. We hope that we will be able to re-schedule the seminar at a later date when international travel and larger gatherings are once again possible.
The Additive manufacturing initiative at the Ångström laboratory (AM@Å) organises a series of seminars on the theme additive manufacturing. These seminars are held at the Ångström Laboratory and are open to all interested.
On Wednesday April 20th Rouslan Svintsitski from the company 3D Ceram will give a presentation entitled "Ceramics additive manufacturing: from lab research to a mature technology adapted to mass production", see abstract below.
The initiative organises lunch sandwiches for the attendants who sign up here https://forms.gle/GV7jnjGCMNoq9bj17 (deadline April 16th, evening). You are most welcome to attend without signing up, but then you won't get a lunch sandwich...
3D printing is the iconic technology of the fourth industrial revolution, characterized by a merger of diverse technologies that is blurring the boundaries between physics, digital technology and biology. Previously associated with prototyping only, additive manufacturing has won acclaim by adapting to a wide variety of materials and industrializing its processes.
Technical ceramics take benefit of this new technology also: 3D printing enables new innovative development in various market fields and can be used now for mass production. For ceramics additive manufacturing technologies is an attractive answer to shape useful complex parts and specific designs which cannot be produced with a traditional method, without expensive tools and/or machining. Additive manufacturing opens new ways of production of advanced ceramic with improved or completely new functions. But what about the most technically challenging materials such as ceramics?
Review of different technologies on the market and challenges to increase productivity.
Rouslan Svintsitski, 3DCeram Area Sales Manager, graduated from ISCV of Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (France). More than 25 years of experience in ceramic process and technologies.
Speaker contact info: rouslan.svintsitski@3DCeram.com