Lucideon, the materials technology company, is hosting a new webinar titled ‘Validation of Additive Manufactured Components through Specialized Testing’.
Additive manufacturing is being used in more and more mainstream manufactured products. As with any product it is important to understand how the materials used and the structure of components affect the performance. Specialized testing equipment and custom testing methods can help to establish how products will perform, react with their environment and accelerate the failure mechanisms of products to help understanding and future developments. In this webinar, our experts will look at how advanced testing can help in the development of new and improved additive manufactured products.
Brent Holloway, director of sales and marketing, Lucideon, said:
“Additive manufacturing has potential to change manufacturing for a number of industries. Some people would go so far as to say that AM will be classified as a new age of manufacturing, a new industrial revolution. But there are still a lot of unknowns with AM and the best way to work those out is by testing, producing accurate data, analyzing, and quickly iterating to improve those products.
“In this webinar we’ll be discussing a variety of tests and techniques that can help you understand how your materials, processes and component structures are performing in application conditions and how creative test design can correlate design intent with actual performance. At Lucideon we specialize in materials and product development, and we know that the value of powerful analytical testing and expert interpretation is a big part of what keeps the market leaders at the top. For anybody looking to get ahead in the additive manufacturing industry this webinar will be of great value.”
Lucideon provides development, analytical and consultancy services to a wide range of industries. Specializing in materials knowledge Lucideon’s experts work closely with clients to help improve products and processes by providing understanding of structures, compositions, performance and failure mechanisms, among other factors. Lucideon is well placed to help additive manufacturing clients achieve the best from their processes, with their knowledge of materials, process expertise and state-of-the-art analytical laboratories, both in the UK and in the US.
To register for the webinar, www.lucideon.com/am