Additive manufacturing covers a wide material set and we aim to present an understanding of the current state of the art across the whole field, complemented by several presentations aimed at advanced composites.
09:30 Registration starts: Tea/ coffee available
10:10 Welcome and Introduction: Professor Andy Long, Chairman of Chapter
10:20 Keynote Presentation - Professor Chris Tuck, University of Nottingham.
The Additive Manufacturing Trifecta: Design, Process and Materials
11:00 Application presentation - Dr Shpend Gerguri, Joining Technology Research Centre,
Oxford Brookes University
3D printed bicycle lugs reinforced with continuous carbon fibre
11:40 The European Strategy for Space. Dr Johannes Gumpinger, ESA / ESTEC, NL
The Potential of Additive Manufacturing for Space Technology
13:20 Application Presentation – David Pollard, University of Bristol
Additive manufacture of cores for Aerospace: Linking Quality and Control
14:00 The UK AM Strategy - David Wimpenny, Chief Technologist, Component Manufacturing, MTC
Taking Additive Manufacturing into Production
14:40 Afternoon tea
15:00 Tour of MTC
16:00 Master Class closes
Members who are interested in attending please respond to all 3 of the following: Trevor Cook: firstname.lastname@example.org, Geoff Gould: email@example.com David Carlton: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a restriction on numbers, so early registration is advised. Cut off date for registration is Wednesday 5th October 2016.
To join SAMPE go to the link: http://www.sampe-europe.org/membership
To attend the seminar, new members will need to join SAMPE before the end of September 2016.