Solukon Maschinenbau GmbH, Augsburg, Germany, has announced the schedule for its second Additive Manufacturing User Day, this year aiming the event at the US AM community. Scheduled to take place March 10, 2022, 10.00- 12.00 PST, the online event is partnering with Morf3D, Divergent Technologies and Protolabs.
The User Day will include the following presentations:
AM for Space – Morf3D
Represented by CTO Franck Mouriaux, Morf3D are one of the pioneers in ‘New Space’. The company helps clients realise the potential of Additive Manufacturing in a new age of aerospace innovation. With vast experience in AM serial production, Morf3D enables fully optimised functional structures and build processes for top-tier aerospace clients.
Next Level of Digital Production – Divergent Technologies
Represented by Mike Kenworthy, Divergent Technologies aims to revolutionise the automotive industry with its digital production system. The Divergent Adaptive Production System (DAPS) is said to radically transform auto manufacturing economics and environmental impact using a data-driven approach for designing and building vehicle structures.
Fastest Rapid Prototyping – Protolabs Inc
Represented by Eric Utley, Protolabs is a leading supplier of rapid prototypes and on-demand production parts. The company’s automated quoting and manufacturing systems reportedly enable the production of metal and plastic parts within days.
Live Depowdering – Solukon
The AM User Day USA will be rounded off by a live depowdering demonstration from the Solukon showroom. As a supplier of powder removal and processing systems for metal and polymer Additive Manufacturing, Solukon has extensive experience in the development of AM systems and related peripheral equipment, and offers a full range of industrial powder processing systems.
Registration is free. For more information and to register visit here.