Shortening the post processing chain through use of high pressure heat treatment – Presented by James Shipley, Quintus Technologies

Shortening the post processing chain through use of high pressure heat treatment – Presented by James Shipley, Quintus Technologies, at the 3D Printing Post-Processing Conference, December 4, 2018, at Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Sittard-Geleen, The Netherlands.

When moving from prototyping to full scale production, repeatability and industrial robustness of operations is paramount. At the same time, reduction of the post processing chain is key to achieve cost reductions, process stability and integrity of the finished parts.

About James Shipley 
Business Development Manager for speciality high pressure equipment manufacturer working with HIP and High-Pressure Heat Treatment with a focus on Additive Manufacturing of metallic and ceramic materials. British but moved to Sweden in 1991. Long history in the Swedish metals industry having previously worked with Sandvik Materials Technology for 27 years.
Graduated from University of Nottingham UK, with a BSc in Physics

About Quintus Technologies
Quintus Technologies specializes in the design, manufacture, installation, and support of high pressure systems for sheet metal forming and densification of advanced materials and critical industrial components. Headquartered in Västerås, Sweden, and represented in 35 countries worldwide, the company is the world leader in high pressure technology and has delivered more than 1,800 systems to customers across the globe within industries such as aerospace, automotive, energy, and medical implants.

About 3D Printing Post Processing Conference
The 3D Printing Post Processing Conference (09:00 hrs – 12:30 hrs) will take place on December 4, 2018, at Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Sittard-Geleen, The Netherlands, at the same location and same date as the AM Integrated Factory Conference (13:30 hrs – 17:00 hrs).

While the 3D Printing industry has strongly focused on the first two steps of 3D Printing: Design and 3D Print, the third step, Post-processing, has been overlooked. Post-processing encompasses all of the actions that are performed after parts are removed from a 3D printer.

There is no one technology that suits all 3D printing post processing applications, since the type of 3D printer, the 3D printing technology, the applied material type and the Level of labor (manual, semi-automated or automated have) have serious impact.

The post-processing phase has impact on the following parameters within and for an organisation:

  • Time
  • Facilities
  • Cost
  • Quality
  • Staffing
  • Safety

This conference will cover issues, solutions and future trends.

It will be a niche and innovative event, where you will be able to join in the discussions around the main topics. The conference also includes lunch, breaks and drinks & snacks in the evening, a nice opportunity of networking with the other attendees and the speakers (you will also receive the list of participants a couple of days before the conference, so you can plan ahead).

For more information and registration, we invite you to visit

https://3dprintingpostprocessingconference.com/

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