AddWorks Seminar - Melbourne, Australia
Uncover a successful additive application that leads to profitable growth
Join GE Additive for this seminar to hear real-life examples of additive programs that have yielded strategic outcomes, such as new market development, business growth and, most importantly, profitability.
Date: 29 October 2018
Time: 9:30 - 16:00
Location: Kingsland Trotter Conference Room, near Lab 22, CSIRO, Clayton
Cost: There is no cost for the seminar.
CSIRO Clayton is approximately a 35 minute car drive from the city. The site can be reached from the city via the Monash Freeway, taking the Forster Road exit. Normanby Road is off the extension of Forster Road.
If arriving by car please go to Gate 5 on Normanby Road, and follow the directions to Eastern reception. This should take you straight ahead to a small roundabout where you should turn right. There is limited visitor parking at reception. If you cannot get a visitor park, please park elsewhere on the site and inform reception of your registration number. Please contact the organiser if you need disabled or special access parking. A map of the Clayton site can be found here.
If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact Adam Watterson at email@example.com
|9:45||Welcome / Session Introduction|
|10:00||Identifying the right part for additive|
|12:00||Lunch / Facility tour*|
|13:00||Examples of successful additive program|
|14:00||1:1 time with a GE Additive AddWorks consultant - Ask your toughest questions concerning materials and design. Feel free to bring a part with you for evaluation.|
*If you are participating in the tour, please wear closed-toe shoes.
About GE Additive
GE Additive's team of AddWorks engineers helps organisations like yours navigate its additive journey. Our team is intimately familiar with your challenges in additive because we have experienced the same journey. We have faced the early difficulties you have and overcome obstacles you may not have anticipated yet. Our broad expertise in design, engineering, and material science is specific to additive technology.