Raw material specifications are plentiful for “traditional” manufacturing techniques like wrought or forged products and castings but are woefully absent from the additive manufacturing landscape. This webinar aims to educate the users of metal additive manufacturing on the creation of an internal raw material (powder) specification with focus areas on why such a document is necessary, how to determine process limits and the methods against which to test, and how to be sure the right process windows are identified without being overly constrained.

Event Details

Raw material specifications are plentiful for “traditional” manufacturing techniques like wrought or forged products and castings but are woefully absent from the additive manufacturing landscape.

Begins:
Tuesday - November 30, 2021
Ends:
Tuesday - November 30, 2021
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