Short course on Atomisation for Metal Powders to return in October

February 23, 2022

After a thirty-month COVID-induced delay, Atomising Systems Ltd, Sheffield, UK, and CPF Research Ltd, have announced the return of the popular short course Atomisation for Metal Powders. The event is scheduled for October 6–7, 2022, in Manchester, UK.

The two-day course will consist of presentations from John Dunkley, chairman; Dirk Aderhold, Technical Director; Tom Williamson, Research & Development Manager, all of Atomising Systems, and Andrew Yule, Emeritus Professor, University of Manchester.

The course combines up-to-date practical information with theory and is expected to be of value to engineers working in both metal powder production and R&D. In line with the interests of many participants, the organisers have expanded the event’s coverage of powder manufacture and properties for Additive Manufacturing.

The course schedule is as follows:

Thursday, October 6 – 9:00-18.00

  • Registration
  • Introduction & Fundamentals
  • Historical Perspective
  • Measurement Techniques
  • Overview
  • Screen Analysis and Data
  • Interpretation
  • Gas Atomisation
  • Water Atomisation
  • Questions & Discussion

Friday, October 7 – 08:45-15:30

  • Rotary, Ultrasonic & Other Techniques
  • Powder for Additive Manufacturing and other Advanced Manufacturing Techniques
  • Ancillary Equipment
  • Operation and Economics of Plant
  • Needs of Different Metals
  • Toolkit for Atomising
  • System Improvement

Those interested can register here. An early-bird discount is available until August 10.

www.atomising.co.uk

www.cpfresearch.com

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