Ampower Academy adds new Additive Manufacturing courses

June 28, 2023

There are now six Additive Manufacturing courses available (Courtesy Ampower)
There are now six Additive Manufacturing courses available (Courtesy Ampower)

Management consultancy Ampower, Hamburg, Germany, has announced new courses for its Ampower Academy training platform. There are now six Additive Manufacturing courses available, with over five hours of video material. The self-paced learning programmes enable engineers to identify suitable AM applications, enhance their Additive Manufacturing designs, and drive successful AM implementations within their companies.

A new Metal Laser Powder Bed Fusion Deep Dive course was added with the aim to provide a condensed training experience for engineers interested in metal AM focusing on the Laser Beam Powder Bed Fusion (PBF-LB) process, its typical materials and their properties.

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The courses now include:

  • AM Fundamentals
  • Metal Technologies
  • Polymer Technologies
  • Part Identification
  • Cost Calculation for Metals
  • Metal Laser Powder Bed Fusion Deep Dive

The Ampower Academy is also intended to provide ongoing guidance to engineers as they navigate the process of identifying AM applications and leveraging the technology effectively. This includes its material database, which aggregates material data sheet values from numerous metal AM vendors, serving as a comprehensive source for engineers to acquire knowledge about the material properties of metal Additive Manufacturing parts. This database is said to be kept up to date to reflect the latest developments in AM technologies.

Those interested can sign up for free here.

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Extensive AM industry news coverage, as well as the following exclusive deep-dive articles:

  • BMW Group: Laying the foundations for the application of metal Additive Manufacturing in the automotive industry
  • Predicting the metal Additive Manufacturing market – and breaking the hype cycle
  • China’s thriving metal Additive Manufacturing industry: An outsider’s perspective
  • Enhancing the productivity of Additive Manufacturing facilities through PBF-LB automation
  • Award-winning metal AM parts from the MPIF’s 2024 Design Excellence Awards
  • Performance of eddy currents for the in-situ detection of defects during PBF-LB metal AM

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