Made by Digital: Large format metal additive manufacturing - DED arc

January 13, 2022

Are you a manufacturer that produces large metal parts? In this online event, we will discuss the opportunities that are available to you when it comes to adopting a potential new additive manufacturing process into your business.

During the session, you will also learn about the different large format metal AM technologies that are commercially available and how to use them. We will be joined by an industrial partner who will provide information on how this technology is being used in industry and will provide case studies and demonstrations.

Date :  Thu, January 13, 2022

Time : 10:00 PM – 11:00 PM (GMT +8)

Location : Online

Made by Digital - an NMIS online event series

The future of Manufacturing is undoubtedly digital, but what does that mean and how can you be part of it?

Additive Manufacturing (AM) is at the forefront of digitally-enabled manufacturing. AM covers such a wide range of technologies and associated themes/topics – it can be difficult to know where to start, and how to assess the suitability of emerging technologies for your business.

To ensure Scotland’s manufacturing sector is at the forefront of digitally-enabled manufacturing, our teams from the NMIS Digital Factory and the Manufacturing Skills Academy have designed a two-part series of Rapid Knowledge Transfer Seminars (RKTS) aimed at developing your knowledge and understanding of the latest innovations in digital manufacturing technologies and software.

This event series will run from Tuesday 9 November 2021 – Wednesday 20 April 2022.

Please note that this webinar is being recorded and may be made publicly available.

The Advancing Manufacturing Challenge Fund

The Advancing Manufacturing Challenge Fund projects are part-funded by the 2014-2020 European Regional Development Fund part of the European Structural Funds 2014-20 Programme.

The Scottish Government is the Managing Authority for the European Structural Funds 2014-20 Programme.

For further information visit the Scottish Government webpages or follow @scotgovESIF.

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