Unlock the Potential of Metal 3D Printing in Aerospace
Über dieses Webinar
Metal additive manufacturing (AM) combines AM's design capabilities with metal's mechanical properties, making it a game-changer for the aerospace industry. To utilize this technology as efficiently as possible, you must overcome metal AM's three main costs: time, material consumption, and machine use.
Join Materialise and SLM Solutions experts in a conversation where we share how our software and hardware solutions help you optimize support generation and quality control to get the most out of metal 3D printing for aerospace.
Was Sie lernen werden
- How to use automated quality control with data gathered during the 3D printing process
- How to leverage AI capabilities on powder bed layer images to consistently identify scrap and risk, reduce post-processing costs, and gain better insights
- How SLM Solutions’ Free Float technology enables customers to benefit from the robustness of a material without incurring additional post-processing costs
- How others in aerospace have successfully adopted this technology
Meet the speakers
Application Engineering Manager, Asia Pacific, SLM Solutions Singapore
Lu Zhen has been in the AM industry for ten years with a focus on various industrial AM systems and software. He has rich theoretical and hands-on experience in the topics of AM, material science, process parameters of laser systems, and design for AM. In his current role, he focuses on providing technical solutions to customers and helping them maximize their investment in metal 3D printing. Prior to joining SLM Solutions Singapore, he was with the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing (SC3DP) and NTU Additive Manufacturing Centre (NAMC). Lu Zhen received his bachelor of mechanical engineering from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and is currently pursuing his part-time PhD at Singapore Centre for 3D Printing (SC3DP), Nanyang Technological University (NTU) on the topic of selective laser melting.
Lim Mun Chun
Lim Mun Chun
Channel Manager, Materialise
Lim Mun Chun leads the channel activities in South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and India with focuses on overall strategy for business development and client relationships. For the past seven years in the AM industry, he has developed vast experience in the Asia Pacific AM industry. He is now leveraging knowledge and experience gained in the market and helping organizations optimize their AM through Materialise software solutions and consultancy.
Application Engineer, Materialise
Clement is responsible for additive manufacturing software. Aside from being the first point of contact for technical inquiries regarding Materialise software, he gets to work with a number of end-users spanning multiple countries for different AM applications. His current focus is on data preparation for additive manufacturing in various technologies.