MTC logoWatch this webinar to hear from the MTC and Granta Design on optimizing Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes or qualifying AM parts.

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In this webinar you will:

  • Learn from practical experience gained on qualifying large defect-free metallic parts as part of a major Additive Manufacturing project – the AMAZE project was a collaboration of 28 leading engineering organizations supported by the European Union
  • Hear from MTC scientists about why AM is unique against other manufacturing methods and requires new methods and standards development for identifying and reducing defects of different AM processes, in-situ and post-production
  • Understand what are the critical powder variables to control and how those impact build quality
  • Learn how to develop a powder ranking system
  • See how a materials data management system supports process optimization and is essential for effective qualification of parts.

Who should attend?

  • Additive Manufacturing Specialists, Project Managers, Manufacturing Process Engineers, R&D Engineers and Scientists, Materials Engineers and others who need to optimize AM processes or qualify parts
  • Senior Engineering Managers; Directors and Vice Presidents of Engineering, Manufacturing or R&D who may making investment decisions or planning projects relating to AM


Dr. Ben Dutton is a Principal Research Engineer at the MTC. He is an NDT scientist with both Physics and Engineer backgrounds and 13 years’ experience in NDT. He has been supporting the Net Shape & Additive Manufacturing group on several projects which require in-process and post build NDT. Ben is leading and participating in the development of a couple of international NDT standards for additive manufacturing.

Jason Dawes is a Technology Manager at the Manufacturing Technology Centre where he leads the Materials Engineering research group. His role is in the technical management of highly innovative research projects involving powder-based manufacturing technologies, such as additive manufacturing, laser cladding, and Hot Isostatic Pressing. He was awarded an EngD from University of Birmingham in 2014 in the field of Chemical Engineering.

Dr. Donna Dykeman is the Collaborative Program Manager at Granta Design, working primarily in the areas of composites, additive manufacturing, eco-design, built environment, and ICME. Prior to joining Granta, Donna spent 14 years in the field of polymer composites manufacturing, characterization, and durability in research settings (Universities of New Brunswick, British Columbia and Waterloo)

Najib Baig is responsible for product management and strategic product direction at Granta Design – the materials information technology company. Specific responsibilities include the Product Management of Granta’s Materials Innovation products, including Additive Manufacturing, Simulation and Composites. He has worked with dozens of leading engineering organizations – in aerospace, automotive and other industries – to solve challenges related to materials and process information management.