Comparing additive manufacturing materials with conventional ones
See how using the Senvol Database™ and CES Selector 2019, lets you compare the performance of the latest additive materials and machines with materials produced by conventional technology.
Presented by: Dr. Charlie Bream
Highly complex and ‘organic’ geometries. Lower costs and delivery times for small production runs. One-off bespoke components. These are some drivers for the current interest in Additive Manufacturing (AM). But the performance of AM materials differs from that of conventional manufacturing route and is highly-dependent on the detail of processing conditions and the machines used. This all complicates the decision of whether to switch to AM.
In this on-demand webinar you’ll see how using the Senvol Database™ (the first and most comprehensive database on additive machines and materials) and the visualization and comparison tools in the upcoming release of CES Selector 2019, lets you compare the performance of the latest additive materials and machines with materials produced by conventional technology. Quickly identify which grades and machines are appropriate, and whether AM technology is a viable option for your component.
What you will learn
- Visualize and compare the performance of AM materials with conventional technologies
- Quickly identify AM materials, grades and machines for a target application or component
- Justify your choice to stakeholders
- Explore the Senvol Database
- Watch a live demonstration of the most comprehensive data on AM materials and machines in CES Selector 2019.
Who will benefit?
Material specialists, product engineering, product design, research and development, innovation groups – anyone considering using AM.