The workshop will provide a practical understanding of the workflow of additive manufacturing with practical examples of implantation of Additive Manufacturing (AM) in engineering design and development.
The overview of emerging 3D printing techniques and its historical developments will also be provided. The material properties such as mechanical properties, chemical phenomena, environmental degradations, and functional gradients will be broadly covered.
The role of material characterization in implementation of AM, will also be included in this course.
Case studies will be used to explain the best practices in the industrial context.
Time: 9.00am – 1.00pm
Location: 137 St Georges Terrace, Perth
Meals: A delicious morning tea will be provided
- Individual: $300.00
- Individual (Alumni/Student): $270.00
- Table of 6: $1,620.00
- Table of 6 (Alumni/Student) $1,450.00
About additive manufacturing
Additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, utilises a series of digitally driven tools as well as computational modelling, material engineering and process engineering to enable rapid manufacturing. AM promises customised deliverables in the fabricated components and intricate parts but in recent times, there is a massive upscaling trend in real industrial applications. For industry to leverage from AM technology, engineers, designers and technological entrepreneurs need to build or upskill their knowledge base across a range of emerging AM technologies and their process variables.
Participants will have learned the workflow and fundamentals of AM with a good understanding of the factors to consider for adaptation in an industrial context. Demonstration and discussion forums will provide networking opportunities and familiarisation with practical workflow.
Who is this workshop for?
Engineers, designers, managers and entrepreneurs aiming to expand knowledge on Additive Manufacturing | 3D printing.
Dr Tejas BhateliaTejas is a chemical engineer with research experience in modelling and simulations of multiphase processes with research focussing on providing a scientific basis for optimisation of novel technologies applied to producing synthetic fuel via gas to liquid processing.