WHAT IS ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING?
Additive manufacturing is a process of building up metal components layer by layer. The process begins with a CAD or a 3D scanned part. Then a software program is used to slice the design data into layers from which a tool path is created to provide motion which the 3D metal printer will build up this part.
THE OPTOMEC DIFFERENCE
Using the OPTOMEC LENS systems, customers can print parts
`in’ 3D and also `print on’ 3D using the DED-LENS. This is a revolutionary technology which cannot be achieved by conventional Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) nor Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM). OPTOMEC also has more than 500 units of DED-LENS installed worldwide and owns more than 50 patents to date.
➢ Discuss on common type of AM Processes in the market.
➢ Basis on how the process works, metallurgical properties and strength comparisons.
➢ The applications of AM DED-LENS for different industries.
➢ How AM can integrate into existing manufacturing process lines.
➢ Aerosol Jet Additive Manufacturing introduction for the electronics industry, and how it will revolutionise the Printed Circuit Board Industry.
Mr. Alex Hodik | General Manager Asia Pacific | Optomec