4th International Forum on Additive Manufacturing, 2020

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One day virtual conference highlighting recent developments in additive manufacturing locally and globally.

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Additive manufacturing is now globally recognised as a mainstream manufacturing technology in a range of industries such as aerospace, automotive, defence and medical. Compared to more traditional subtractive technologies, additive manufacturing offers greater advantages for part complexity, material utilisation and environmental impact. Fully functional parts or products, with many different components, are able to be produced simultaneously and on demand, thereby reducing the cost of production and dramatically accelerating the time it takes to take a product to market. The 4th International Forum on Additive Manufacturing will be a one day virtual conference highlighting recent developments in additive manufacturing locally and globally in the context of defence, aerospace and medical applications.
The topics will include:
  1. Additive manufacturing needs
  2. Current use of additive technology - progress and challenges
  3. Leading research into materials for additive manufacture both metal and polymers
  4. Leading research in process modelling
  5. Leading research in repair processes and applications
  6. Use of additive technology for just-in-time manufacture of spares

Chair:

  • Prof. M. Brandt, RMIT University

Co-Chairs:

  • A/Prof. A. Molotnikov
  • A. Kingsbury
  • Prof. M.Leary
  • Prof. M. Qian
  • Dr. J. Elambasseril

Organised by:

  • RMIT Centre for Additive Manufacturing

Location:

  • online event

Further information:

  • Email: Andrey.Molotnikov@rmit.edu.au

Registration:

  • https://cam-rmit-forum2020.eventbrite.com.au

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RMIT University acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the land on which the University stands.
RMIT University respectfully recognises Elders, both past and present

Welcome to the 4th International Forum on Additive Manufacturing

On behalf of the Centre for Additive Manufacturing and the organising committee, I would like to welcome you to the Forum. Additive manufacturing is now globally recognised as a mainstream manufacturing technology in a range of industries such as aerospace, automotive, defence and medical. Compared to more traditional subtractive technologies, additive manufacturing offers greater advantages for part complexity, material utilisation and environmental impact. Fully functional parts or products, with many different components, are able to be produced simultaneously and on demand, thereby reducing the cost of production and dramatically accelerating the time it takes to take a product to market.

In these unprecedented times the 4th International Additive Manufacturing Forum is delivered virtually but still provides an opportunity for national and international practitioners to share, discuss and explore challenges and progress in additive technologies and applications in the context of defence, automotive and medical requirements. One day sessions focus on additive technology for manufacture of functional components, repair/refurbishment for re-manufactured parts, materials used, design for manufacture and modelling.

RMIT plays a leading role locally in both teaching and research in manufacturing. The Advanced Manufacturing Precinct was established by RMIT in late 2011 to deliver integrated teaching and research activities in advanced manufacturing technologies, applied design and product development. It comprises state-of-the- art metal and polymer additive machines coupled with the latest five- and six-axis CNC machining centres and I4.0 demonstrator facility. The Centre for Additive Manufacturing focusses on research and development of additive manufacturing solutions for local and global organisations and so it is fitting that it is hosting this event that brings together industry and academia from local and international organisations to hear the latest research and development in the technology.

This Forum presents an opportunity for Australian companies to further their understanding of the prospects, challenges and opportunities in applying Additive Manufacturing technology.

I hope you find the Forum informative and beneficial.

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