September 22-23, 2021 - TOULOUSE
MEETT Exhibition Center

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WORKSHOPS

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2021

Note: the workshops language is English.

09:20-09:50

Scaling Additive Manufacturing for Mass production of Aerospace Parts

In this presentation you will discover how Avio Aero is scaling up 3D-printed part production to an industrial level through an integrated additive manufacturing software solution, while meeting the high standards of the aerospace industry and maintaining industrial efficiency in the production environment.

MATERIALISE

Amaury JOLY
Application Engineer

MATERIALISE

Sebastiano BISIGNANO
Software Account Manager

09:55-10:25

ASSESSING PRINTED PART STRENGTH AND FATIGUE IN THE CONTEXT OF AN END TO END ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING PLATFORM

Siemens is one of the top 3 patent filers in the field of additive manufacturing, both for processes and software. One of our major actual research areas concerns the effective consideration of the properties of printed materials (porosity, surface texture, residual stresses, etc.) in the simulation of part performance.
Additive Manufacturing on one hand opens the door to explore a larger design space but on the other hand also introduces new variabilities in the material properties, which need to be taken into account for an accurate assessment of the strength and fatigue properties of the 3D printed component. This workshop focuses on Additive Manufacturing induced local material properties and defects and how these can be accounted for efficiently in part scale performance simulation with Materials Engineering and Specialist Durability.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Pascal DEVATINE
CAD & Additive Manufacturing Portfolio Developer

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Emilien GOETZ
Additive Manufacturing Consultant

10:30-11:00

Smart Additive Manufacturing: Hexagon supports the industrialization of your AM activity, from product design and process simulation to production, all the way to final part inspection

Highlighted by concrete examples, Hexagon will present its concept of a smart additive manufacturing solution. This solution and the platform that supports it will accelerate the digital transformation and industrialization of additive manufacturing by:

  1. Connecting the different steps of the AM product development and manufacturing chain, from generative design to process simulation (including post-treatment and secondary OPs such as heat treatment and milling) to quality control,
  2. Automating workflows reflecting your AM activity,
  3. Providing organized data captured throughout the complete chain, ready for analytics, in order to better understand quality issues and make informed and impactful decisions.

HEXAGON

Mathieu PERENNOU
Global Business Development Director - Additive Manufacturing

11:05-11:35

Scaling production to deliver the future demands of AM polymer in aerospace

In this presentation, Peter Adams, Founder & Chief innovation officer at Burloak Technologies will discuss how Burloak is scaling its additive manufacturing solutions to meet the growing demand for Polymer parts in the aerospace industry. Peter will address the pros and cons of the various technologies they utilize and will provide an overview of High-Speed Extrusion printing.

BURLOAK TECHNOLOGIES

Peter ADAMS
Founder & Chief Innovation Officer

11:40-12:10

How To Produce Spherical Metal Powders for Additive Manufacturing Processes

The availabilty of high quality metal powders is decisive for the success of additive manufacturing technologies. Ideally, powders are spherical, agglomerate-, pore- and satellite-free. Besides this main challenge of achieving perfect particle morphology, powder producers struggle with a low product yield for the requested narrow particle size distributions as well as high production costs due to bad energy conversion during the atomization process. This presentation describes the evolution of the molten alloy from the melt tundish until its transformation into metal powder. After the formation of a liquid film at the nozzle tip, the melt undergoes primary breakup into ligaments which further break down into „sausage-shaped“ fragments. These either spheroidise or undergo secondary breakup, while – at the same – time they cool down and solidify. Additionally, depending on the atomization gas atmosphere, also surface oxides or nitrides may be formed. The presented theoretical calculations show, how the powder formation process can be influenced to produce more spherical powders. Practical results (e.g. for aluminium and steel powders) are shown to emphasize the importance of understanding and controlling the atomization process.

METALPINE GMBH

Dr. Martin DOPLER
Co-Founder and Technical Director

14:00-14:30

Opportunités de financement public pour soutenir l'innovation

[Atelier en français]
Le pôle Aerospace Valley et la Région Occitanie présenteront un panorama des financements publics disponibles pour soutenir l’innovation, au niveau regional, national et européen.

AEROSPACE VALLEY

Eric GOUARDES
Directeur Adjoint pour l'Innovation

REGION OCCITANIE

Delphine LAVALL
Chargée de Mission, Service Filières et Innovation

14:35-15:05

Investigation for a PEEK printing implementation: Thales Alenia Space Example

PEEK (derived from Polyetheretherketone) has been known in the Space Industry for its mechanical strength, its high strength-to-weight ratio, and its high-temperature resistance (among many other properties). Main players in the Space Industry have been mainly using PEEK to 3D print parts dedicated to jigs and fixtures. But what if there is more to PEEK?
The use of PEEK in spacecraft production is leading towards new possibilities.

INTAMSYS

Timm WOSZIDLO
Application & Technology Support Manager EMEA

THALES ALENIA SPACE

Nicolas CASSE
Plastic 3D Printing Process Manager

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