ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
The workshop essentially provide a fundamental understanding to the range of topics within additive manufacturing and advanced CAD domain, together with exploring to current state of research and development which widens the thinking of the participants and enables them to look at 3D Printing Technology with a broader perspective. The workshop will broadly cover 3D printing and advanced CAD for product development which have been maturing significantly over last decade and have now been identified by all major Aerospace, Automobile, Defense and Medical agencies, as key enabling technologies. Emerging engineers, research scholars and entrepreneurs who are inclined to venture into the new isle of Additive Manufacturing or 3D Printing will be benefited with a wide wealth of information and guidance from basic to advanced level development of AM technologies from the world renowned expert in this area.
3D printing processes
Stereo-Lithography Apparatus (SLA)
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)
Electronic Beam Melting (EBM)
Rapid Tooling Indirect methods of Rapid Tooling
RTV Silicon Rubber Molds
Wax Injection Molding
Investment Cast Tooling
Process Parameters & Optimization
Preparation of CAD models
Generation of STL files
Calculation of slice profiles
Support structure generation and build setup preparation
Visualizing the G codes
3D Printing of the CAD files
Direct methods of Rapid Tooling
ACES Injection Molding
Direct Metal Laser Sintering
Laser Engineered Net Shaping
IMPORTANCE OF WORKSHOP:
The salient aspects of this workshop are -
The tutorials will be handled by very experienced industry exposed users of 3D Printing.
This course would offer vital guidance to transform the ideas into product in quick time through additive manufacturing.
Business opportunities and future directions of 3D Printing and AM.
The implementation of Additive Manufacturing or 3D Printing in the manufacturing industries would be demonstrated with real world case studies.
Each participant would be provided with high quality training notes.
NAFEMS is the International Association for the Engineering Analysis Community and it operates as an independent, not-for-profit association. The scope of its activities encompasses all simulation technology, including Finite Element Analysis and Computational Fluid Dynamics. As new application areas and techniques constantly evolve, NAFEMS becomes involved to create awareness of new analysis methodologies, deliver appropriate education, training and simulate the adoption of best practices and effective use of technology by offering a platform for continuous professional development.
NAFEMS and its members are involved in the application of many different types of engineering simulation covering both products and processes. Membership exceeds 1600 corporate members from over 60 different countries.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This workshop is aimed at emerging engineers and entrepreneurs who wish to transform their ideas into product in quick time through additive manufacturing and especially for those companies which are looking for solutions that provide better, faster, cheaper ways of producing prototypes and manufacturing parts. The content of this programme is specially designed to deploy the knowledge on 3D Printing and it is open to both members and nonmembers of NAFEMS.
Dr Yash Agarwal
Technical Consultant, Simpleware, UK
He is specialized in biomechanics, mechanical testing systems and computational simulations. Also he is serving as a member for ASTM Technical Committees and ISO TAG - Medical Devices and Subcommittees.
Professor, IIT Bombay
He has over 3 decades of professional experience. He has been teaching and researching at IIT Bombay in the areas CNC, RM and Computer Graphics since 1994. He was a consultant to Mercedes-Benz Technology Centre in Stuttgart in 2000. He has been associated with Fraunhofer institutes in Stuttgart and Darmstadt since 1998 through summer visits. He launched OptiLOM, a pre-processor for LOM-RP, in collaboration with DaimlerChrysler and Materialise during EuroMold 2002. His two new RM processes, viz., HLM and SOM are at advanced stages of development.
Dr. Sarang Pande
He received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at IIT-BHU, India. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of the Mechanical Engineering at the Jaypee University of Engineering and Technology, Guna, India. His research interest includes issue related to micro-manufacturing, computer aided process planning, machine-tool technology, material optimization for additive manufacturing and its bio-medical applications.
Dr. Ravi Bollina
Mahindra Ecole Centrale
He is an Associate Professor in the School of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering. His interests include manufacturing technologies such as gas pressure assisted infiltration, metal injection molding, atomization of melts, and development of advanced composite materials for automotive, medical, electronic and defense applications. A Ph.D in engineering sciences and mechanics from Pennsylvania state university (PSU).
Registration on fee is payable as a online transfer/cheque /DD in favour of 'NAFEMS' payable at Bengaluru www.nafems.co.in