Layer by Layer, Atom by Atom - 3D Printing and the Future of Additive Manufacturing

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Talk or debate
07 February 2018 19:30 - 21:00
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Additive Manufacturing (AM), commonly known as 3D Printing has the ability to produce parts with freedom of geometry and enabling the operator to fully control the production process chain. We predict that in five years ahead, the prospect of Functionally Graded Additive Manufacturing (FGAM) will enable us to focus on material-centric fabrication by highlighting the structure-property relationship. This presentation will provide the audience with a basic understanding of this technology, covering some international standards that have been published, and suggesting the future of Additive Manufacturing.

Refreshments from 19:00.
Talk to start at 19:30.

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For information about Eujin Pei:

** Event date changed to Wednesday 7th of Feb (originally planned for 28th Feb). **


Dr Eujin Pei and Giselle Loh, Brunel University


EDF Energy
Barnett Way
United Kingdom

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01453 757898United Kingdom
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